We invite you to spend the day at the beautiful Lyman Orchards Golf Club in Middlefield, CT enjoying good company and raising money to support the 60,000 people in Connecticut affected with epilepsy.
We have some fun stuff planned for our golfers this year!
- "Purple Ball Challenge"
- Air Cannon Contest
- 50/50 Hit the Green Raffle- All proceeds to support Camp Courage!
- Closest To The Pin
- Longest Drive for Men & Woman
- Team prizes awarded for the top 3 gross teams
In addition, raffle tickets may be purchased for the chance to win fantastic prizes, including a flat screen TV and $1,000 cash!
Go to the golf page under events for more info & to download a registration form!
Thank you so much for attending my son's PPT meeting. I really believe you helped the team understand my son's epilepsy.
Sharon's Ride.Run.Walk. Participant
“Perfect spot for the event. Well run. Nice walk. Enjoyed the time with friends for a good cause.”
Your continued support has made all the difference in my life...Thank you.
We are a life long partner on your journey with Epilepsy.
Stacey A. Torpey LPC, NCC Mitchell College
Thank you for providing a training for Mitchell/Thames Academy. Each time I see one of your presentations I learn something new, a sign of an excellent presenter! I hope this presentation is the start of many on campus. Here’s to a campaign on epilepsy awareness….removing the fear!
Dear Allison, Mary and the team that made Camp Courage possible; Thank you from the bottom of our hearts! It was an extraordinary experience for our daughter. Your staff was fantastic! Having the opportunity to be with others of all abilities and sharing the common thread of having epilepsy, gave her a sense of belonging. Thank you!
Mud Volleyball Team Captain
“I think that everything was great! My team has been playing for years and I think that it gets better every year!”
Grace - School Nurse Supervisor
Thank you for a wonderful inservice program today. The Norwalk school nurses could not speak more highly of your presentation. We all learned so much about the different types of seizures, treatment modalities, and implications for care in the school setting. It was a very valuable workshop.