A game of mini-golf in Holden this afternoon will help provide students in Brewer with a snack during their school day.

Where is the Tournament Being Held?

Mini-golf is my game, so I'm excited about this fundraiser coming up this afternoon in Holden. I don't play real golf, so I can't take part in any of the many, many charity golf tournaments that happen this time of year. But, thanks to D-Max of Brewer, I can finally take part in a golf tournament this afternoon at Traditions Mini-Golf on the Main Road in Holden.

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When is It?

The event, which lasts from 4 to 8 pm,  is being hosted by D-Max, a Brewer boy who's dedicated his life to helping others. Dorian Pillsbury (his secret identity....shhhh) is 10 years old and he goes to the Brewer Community School. He's been holding charity fundraisers for a few years now, including a lemonade stand that raised money to help buy bikes and helmets for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Bangor. Dorian even has a merch Facebook page that sells D-Max merchandise, with the proceeds to help charitable causes.

Who Does It Benefit?

25% of the profits from all mini-golf games during the tournament will benefit the Brewer Community School's Snack Fund. D-Max never liked that some kids didn't have food that they brought with them to enjoy during snack time, so he started raising money each year for the Snack Fund, to ensure every child has something to eat. I'm sure there will be some D-Max merchandise for sale at the event, as well. It's a fun, summery way to raise money to help students in Brewer. No pre-registration is needed. Just stop by, pick the color ball you want, play a round of mini-golf between 4 and 8 p.m., and then leave knowing that you helped a great cause.

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