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33rd Annual Mud Volleyball Tournament

Get a team together and get muddy to support people with epilepsy!


Click here for complete tournament details and to register your team! »

  • August 17th
  • Zoar's Pond, Middletown CT
  • “I think that everything was great! My team has been playing for years and I think that it gets better every year!”

    Mud Volleyball Team Captain
  • “Perfect spot for the event. Well run. Nice walk. Enjoyed the time with friends for a good cause.

    Sharon's Ride.Run.Walk. Participant
  • Your continued support has made all the difference in my life...Thank you.

    Jane
  • Monica - On behalf of all the New Britain School Nurses I want to thank you for coming to speak to us yesterday. We found your program to be informative and engaging. Personally I wanted to let you know that multiple nurses reached out to me today to tell me how much they enjoyed the program and how valuable they found the information. They were especially pleased that the information provided was...

    Jacqueline H. Maddy MSN RN Nursing Supervisor
  • We are a life long partner on your journey with Epilepsy.

  • 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!

    Camp Parent
  • I just wanted to say Thank You for taking the time to come to my school and present on seizure disorders. It was helpful and I really appreciated your time.

    Harriett, School Nurse
  • 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!

    Stacey A. Torpey LPC, NCC Mitchell College

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