Local NonProfit Provides Free Cataract Surgery For Low-Income, Uninsured South Carolina Residents


Operation Sight To Hold “Celebrate the Vision “ Event at Butcher & Bee


CHARLESTON, S.C. — Come “Celebrate the Vision!” Learn more about Operation Sight’s efforts to restore the vision and improve the lives of low-income, uninsured South Carolina residents by providing cataract surgery at no cost at the organization’s “Celebrate the Vision” event on Thursday, February 20. 
Operation Sight is the area’s only nonprofit to offer free cataract surgery (pre- and postoperative care). Operation Sight uses donated services of board-certified cataract surgeons in the Charleston area, including Operation Sight’s founders, Drs. Kerry Solomon, John Boatwright and Paul Herring. These surgeons, along with numerous health care professionals and medical supply companies, have donated their time, talents and products to enhance the lives of almost 100 South Carolina cataract patients to date.
 Come mix and mingle with some of Operation Sight’s health care professionals, volunteers and success stories for a night to “Celebrate the Vision” including heavy hors d’oeuvres and libations at the Butcher & Bee on Thursday, February 20 from 6pm – 8pm.  Tickets are $60 and include all food, beer and wine. Tickets can be purchased by calling (877) 354-4822, mailing a check to 1101 Clarity Road, #100, Mount Pleasant, South Carolina or by visiting the website at www.operationsight.org. Tickets are limited.

WHO:  Operation Sight
WHAT: “Celebrate the Vision” Event
WHEN: Thursday, February 20 from 6pm – 8pm
WHERE: Butcher & Bee located at 654 King Street, Charleston, South Carolina
HOW: For tickets visit www.operationsight.org


For all media inquiries and to learn more about Operation Sight, please contact Cindi Solomon at (877) 354-4822 or via email at info@operationsight.org

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