By Kathy L. Collins

The Annual Trey Curry Foundation Treyfest Captain’s Party and Fishing Tournament will be held on Thursday, November 7 and Friday, November 8. The very fun Treyfest Captain’s Party will once again be held at O’Brien’s Pub located at 701 W. Lumsden Rd. in Brandon from 6:30-9:30 p.m. Cost to attend is $25 and includes all you can eat fish fry and hog roast. The Fishing Tournament will be headquartered at Circles located at 1212 Apollo Beach Blvd. in Apollo Beach from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Sponsorships from $15,000 to $250 are available.

The Treyfest Captain’s Party is a great party that helps kick off a great Fishing Tournament. After a day of fishing, stay for the after party at Circles where you can enjoy a live and silent auction, awards, goodies and more.

The proceeds from these special events help fund many charitable causes which include but are not limited to helping abused, abandoned and neglected children in need. Last year’s events raised $33,000.

The Trey Curry Foundation was founded in 2008 when the Curry family of Brandon lost their beloved son, Trey. Terry Curry, Trey’s mother said, “Our family continues to be blessed with old and new friends who are willing to spend two days with us having fun and fellowship while supporting our passion to assist children in need in the Brandon community.”

The mission of the Trey Curry Foundation is to aid children in need. Clif Curry, Trey’s dad said, “We are very excited about the 5th anniversary of Trey’s tournament. We expect it to be bigger and better than ever. A Kid’s Place and the charities that benefit from the tournament provide much needed resources to children in need within the community. It is a great honor to continue Trey’s legacy by helping children.”

If you would like more information on the Trey Curry Foundation, the charities it helps or to get involved, please visit or contact Mary Beth Curry at mary or call 655-0269.


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