HALLOWELL — Bob Crowley, winner of CBS’s television series “Survivor — Gabon,” will be at the Cohen Community Center from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, July 13, for a presentation and t a Q&A with his daughter, Page Crowley.

Crowley, named the oldest person in the television shows history to outwit, outplay and outlast 17 other castaways to take home the one million dollar prize, has made his mark in reality television and his own personal platform.

The retired Gorham High School physics teacher recently started his own lavish camping retreat called Maine Forest Yurts, managed by his daughter, Page.

The Crowley’s also started their own fundraiser as part of the Durham Warriors Project, The Durham Warriors Survival Challenge, which pits contestants against each other in a Survivor-like competition and also includes contestants from the actual series.

Proceeds from the event will be used for veterans and active military members to stay at the Yurts free of charge. This year’s event was held this past weekend and will continue to run annually.

A donation of $5 for attendance is suggested. For more information, call 626-7777.

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