In 2012, I lost my father, Douglas Piehler, to stage 4 lung cancer. Our family worked with the Lafayette Cancer Center in Brewer for several months. During that time, the staff were overwhelmingly positive and welcoming. I cannot recommend them highly enough.
This year, I have accepted the Challenge to raise money for local cancer research. The money I raise stays right here in Maine for cancer research, and to help cancer patients and survivors.
The "paddle" event is brand new this year. Allie and I will be kayaking together and can't wait! We've chosen "Priority 3" as our team name, as my father named his boats Priority 1 and Priority 2 when we were growing up. We thought it was a fitting tribute. :)
Thank you so much for donating; every little bit helps!
We are dedicated to our family, friends, and community who have been touched by cancer. We fight for those who have cancer. We remember those who have lost the battle with cancer. We look forward to a future without cancer.
Join our team. Join the Challenge. Help us raise money for local cancer research.
CTCC was started in 2010 to help raise money for local cancer research. Since then it has grown into a hugely successful event with more than 9,000 participants. Thank you for helping us make the next CTCC even better. Your support is truly appreciated.