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HM Flash 5-07 v2 - Walk on the Web
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Stepping Out in Hartford County
by Tara M. Cantore
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Sharing a life story
At the Open Hearth’s First
Annual Overcomer Breakfast,
Pat Summerall shared reflections on his sportscasting
and pro football careers, but
also spoke about years of
alcohol addiction that led to
a life-saving liver transplant
in 2002. 1■ Pictured with
Mr. Summerall (center) is
Reid Fraser, event chairman,
and Lauren Petty of NBC 30,
who emceed the event.
Benefit for the arts
More than 400 people attended the seventh annual gala of
the New Britain Museum of
American Art, and 250 works
of art and goods and services
were auctioned off to benefit
the museum. Pictured are
2■ John Rathgeber, president
and CEO of CBIA, and his
wife Susan. 3■ Brie Quinby,
Evan Cowles, Stuart Holden,
Douglas Hyland, Holly
Holden, Tita Hyland and
Dr. Timothy McLaughlin.
4■ Kimberly Zeytoonjian,
Clare Edwards, Donna Stout
and Linda Cheverton-Wick.
A Hartford tradition
The Bushnell Park Carousel
in downtown Hartford has
kicked off its 93rd anniversary season. Pictured on
opening day are 5■ Louise
DeMars, executive director
of the New England Carousel
Museum, Carlos A. Rivera,
acting director of Health &
Human Services for the City
of Hartford, and his family.
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Dedicated to tourism
The Connecticut Commission
on Culture & Tourism, in
partnership with the Arts
Council of Greater New
Haven and the Greater New
Haven Convention and
Visitors Bureau, recognized
those who have made lasting
and outstanding contributions to the arts, historic
preservation, film or tourism.
The winners were honored
at the 2007 Governor’s
Conference on Culture &
Tourism. Pictured are 6■
Michael Kintner; independent marketing consultant and
former campaign manager
for the Hartford Image
Project; Bill O’Neal of the
O’Neal Group; H. Scott
Phelps, president of the
Greater Hartford Convention
and Visitor’s Bureau; and
Paul Mayer, executive
director of the Central
Regional Tourism District.
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Donny Marshall, ESPN College Basketball Television Analyst and Fox Sports
New England Boston Celtics pre- and post-game Studio Analyst
Manchester, CT
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Celebrating a milestone
Operational Fuel held its 30th
anniversary dinner at
Mohegan Sun Hotel and
Convention Center. At the
dinner, the organization
honored Raymond Necci,
president and chief operating
officer of Connecticut Light &
Power Co. and Yankee Gas,
as well as Gov. M. Jodi Rell,
for their ongoing support of
the organization. Pictured are
8■ Patricia Wrice, Operation
Fuel’s executive director;
Denise Nappier, state
treasurer and event co-chairwoman; and Mr. Necci.
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Stories of inspiration
The Hartford Club has
launched its Women Who
Dare lecture series. The series
started with two Hartfordarea CEOs – Marcia Petrillo of
Qualidigm and Dona Young
of The Phoenix Companies
Inc. – sharing their stories.
Pictured are 7■ Joyce Bray,
committee member; Kelly W.
Kennedy, Hartford Club
director of marketing &
membership; Dona Young;
Marcia Petrillo; Diane
Alverio, event chairwoman;
and Steve Till, Hartford Club
general manager. Photo by
Robert Thiesfield.
9■ Suzanne Grasso, left,
accepts an afghan from
Operation Fuel on behalf of
her mother, the late Gov. Ella
Grasso. Gov. Grasso and the
late Reverend Thomas Lynch
of the Archdiocese of
Hartford were honored at
the organization’s 30th
anniversary dinner for
starting Operation Fuel in
1977. Shown with Brad Davis,
WDRC-radio talk show host
and the event’s co-chairman,
right. Photos by Riley
Johnson.
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Grand opening festivities
The Connecticut Bank and
Trust Company hosted a
grand opening of its Windsor
location at 148 Broad St.
Business owners from
around central Connecticut
gathered to meet CBT
spokesperson and UConn
coach Geno Auriemma, and
Expansion in West Hartford
Citizens Bank has opened
a new branch. Pictured are
11■ Rich Barry, president of
Citizens Bank (center) who is
joined by Rich Glassman and
Anne Danaher from JFS/
Rothstein Family Services,
and Hank Gruner and Dawn
Burke from the Children’s
Museum, at a ribbon cutting
ceremony at the new branch.
Both organizations were
awarded $7,500 grants from
the Citizens Bank Foundation.
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learn more about CBT. Pictured
at the ribbon cutting ceremony
are 12■ CBT employees and
Windsor Chamber of
Commerce members with
David Lentini, president and
CEO of Connecticut Bank &
Trust (center left); Geno
Auriemma (center); and Mayor
Donald Trinks (center right).
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Showcasing history
The Simsbury Bank recently
sponsored the Simsbury
Historical Society’s “Barns of
Hopmeadow Street” tour.
The tour featured 11 barns
built during various points of
Simsbury’s history. Pictured is
10■ Martin J. Geitz, president
& CEO of the Simsbury Bank,
presenting Dawn Hutchins
Bobryck, executive director of
the Historical Society, with a
$1,000 check.
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