4th ANNUAL TUNA CHALLENGE (Golf Tournament) in memory of CLAYTON ANDERSON

July 3 2017
8:30 am

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Register: https://www.crowdrise.com/tuna-challenge
Please call Gregg Baker at Toddy Brook Golf Course: 207-829-5100

Clayton Anderson grew up in Cumberland, Maine. He worked at his family business, Anderson Lobster Traps, and did landscaping and numerous jobs at Toddy Brook golf course. Clayton loved life and the many friends he met along his journey. Without a doubt, Clayton’s greatest joy in life could be seen when he was in the presence of his daughters. Clayton was an avid golfer. He was a member at Val Halla and Toddy Brook where he was club champion three times. Over his lifetime he had six hole in ones and shot two 66 rounds and was sometimes called “Golden Boy” by those who thought he was just lucky.

Clayton was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer on November, 13, 2013. Clayton always lived his life with true optimism. This continued even after his diagnosis, when he continued to live with grace. Clayton passed away shortly after on September 24, 2014.

Each year, as a way to celebrate Clayton’s life, his family and friends host a day of golf known as the Tuna Challenge. The event serves as a fundraiser to benefit the Patrick Dempsey Center for Cancer, Hope & Healing.

If you would like to play in the tournament, please call Gregg Baker at Toddy Brook Golf Course: 207-829-5100

If you would like to be an official sponsor of the tournament please email Greg Leighton: [email protected]

Location: Toddy Brook Golf Course