It’s hard to keep up with Michael Clayburgh. To accomplish half of what he does on a weekly basis would be enough for many people. In fact, his efforts could have far-reaching effects in the world of Alzheimer’s research.
In the meantime, Clayburgh holds down three jobs, volunteers every week with the Portsmouth Police, plays guitar and basketball, and had been skiing every year for almost 20 years until he broke his back last year. But it’s hard to stop Clayburgh completely – fully healed, he’s switched to snowshoes this winter.
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