WOW! What an amazing day -- Sunny skies, good tunes, and 187 teams. The event raised $65,500 which will be used to help people with epilepsy and their families throughout Connecticut.
The final games were very exciting to watch with last year’s champions, 99 Problems, competing with We Give Free Facials. In the end, it was 99 Problems that claimed the victory again!
We were fortunate to have 15 $600 corporate teams supporting the event: Bob’s Discount Furniture, Bud’s Café, Amore Pizza, Dave’s Restaurant, Dichello Distributors, Epicafe & Catering, Hartford Healthcare Rehab Network, NRG Home Solar, Aerocision, Seasons Federal Credit Union, Turbine Technologies Inc., Hanley Construction/KV Mechanical Contractors, Hemp CT, East PBE, Trumpf.
Special thanks to Dave Fisch, and the entire 104.1 team for promoting the event and keeping the games on track throughout the day. Special thanks also goes out to Mayor Drew, and the City of Middletown, especially the Water & Sewer, Public Works and Parks & Recreation Departments, Middlesex Amateur Radio League, DeRita Construction Company, Connecticut Rental Center, All Waste, Hunter’s Ambulance, Troop 10 Boy Scouts, Indian Hill Tree Farm, Home Depot, All Star Supply, and the State of Connecticut Agricultural Station.
As in years past, we would not have been able to have this great event without help from the Judicial Branch Community Service work crews and especially Ken Ahnell and Debbie Hynd from The Connection, Inc. who spend countless hours on the field – POWER TEAMS ROCK!
Thank you all for helping us improve the quality of life for the thousands of people in Connecticut who have epilepsy. Hope to see you all back next year when we celebrate 30 years of “Good Clean Fun”!
Extra Special Thanks
To Middletown AIC
We need your help in assuring next year's annual tournament is a success, if you have any ideas, comments (good or bad), or maybe you would like to donate some of your time in the planning of or perhaps on the day of the Mud Volleyball Tournament please email us. Believe it or not you can make a difference!