Robertson recovering after double lung transplant – fundraisers planned

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A charity concert and golf tournament are scheduled for October 26 and 27 to benefit AnnMarie Robertson.
The 25-year-old Williamston resident underwent a double lung transplant at MUSC on Oct. 15.
Her husband, James, gave the following report.
We are happy to share that AnnMarie received this precious gift on Monday afternoon, Oct. 15, and is recovering as well as her doctors hoped. She will be in recovery over the next few days with hopes of being discharged from MUSC in the next week or so. She will then remain in Charleston for a few months before returning home to Williamston. The Choosing Faith Foundation has been set up to raise funds for living expenses and doctors appointments for her time in Charleston.
The concert will be held on October 26 at 7 p.m. at Temple Baptist Church, 2905 Standridge Road in Anderson. Featured singers will be The Browders, Jessie Kragiel, and 11th Hour. A silent auction and love offering will be received.
The fundraiser golf tournament will be held on Saturday, October 27 at Southern Oaks Golf Course, 105 Southern Oaks Drive in Easley.
Registration will be at 1 p.m. with a 2 p.m. shotgun start. This will be a 4 man captain’s choice, $400 due at check-in. Registration ends on October 20th. The price includes range balls, carts, prizes and raffles, and a Low Country Boil at 7 p.m. To register or for more info call (864) 844-5867 or visit www.choosingfaith.org.
Non-golfers may attend the Low Country Boil for $15 per person.
All proceeds from these two events will benefit Ann Marie who was born with Cystic Fibrosis.
For more information to assist with her expenses, you may visit www.choosingfaith.org or www.facebook.com/teamchoosingfaith. You will also find her GoFundMe link on her Facebook page or donate using paypal.
“AnnMarie is unable to receive flowers at this time but please feel free to send cards to PO Box 219, Williamston, SC 29697. Thank you for your thoughts, prayers and support for AnnMarie during this time,” her husband said.