Benefit For 15 Year-Old Football Player Who Is Suffering From Several Medical Issues
Southern Hospitality Catering will be donating the catering for a delicious spaghetti dinner with salad and garlic bread.
Ticket are $10 for adults and $7 children under 11 years old.
Weston Tucker Eaves is a 15 year old freshman and football player at Tullahoma High School.
On September 9, Weston sprained his ankle during a football practice. For six consecutive days after his injury, he continued to be in unbearable pain while running a high temperature. Although he saw several doctors during these six days, Weston was progressively getting worse, and on September 16, his parents took him to Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital. He spent most of the next 24 days in the Intensive Care Unit on a ventilator, fighting for his life.
Weston was given three diagnosis: sepsis (infection in the blood stream), Osteomyelitis (infection in the bones and joints), and respiratory distress (caused from infection in his lungs). He had surgery on his left knee and three different surgeries on his right ankle where they had to remove some of his fibula.
October 9 he was able to come home. He continues to have infection in the bone and joint of his ankle which the doctors say will take a long time to heal. He is also enduring physical therapy to help get his strength back and to learn to walk properly again.
For more information on where to buy tickets or make a cash donation, go by Al White Motors in Manchester, that’s where Weston’s Dad Chris is employed. Also you can email: Craig Bradshaw at CraigSBradshaw@gmail.com – or Shannon Smith at SSSmiles@gail.com