The Talk of Connecticut
Live from the Travelers Championship at the TPC, Friday, June 26
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The Military Outpost presented by St. Francis Care

Larry Antinozzi (Head Golf Professional from the TPC River Highlands) Larry spoke about the schedule that the players have during the tournament.

John Quinlaven (Medical Services/ Hydration and EMS Director from Saint Francis Care) John spoke about the medical services available during the event. He also went over ways to stay safe during the tournament by hydrating, reapplying sunscreen and wearing the correct footwear.

Doug Evans (Arts Across CT feature) Doug went over the shows that are happening in the theaters as well as shows that are going to open in CT soon.

Ed Church (Volunteer from the Tournament Volunteer Program sponsored by Hartford Healthcare) Ed spoke about the team of volunteers has over 5,000 people on their team which take care of everything during the tournament.

Meagan Occhiogrosso (Weekending in CT feature) Meagan went over events that are happening throughout CT during the weekend.

Beth Starkin (Communications Director from The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp)
The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp was founded in 1988 by Paul Newman to give every child, no matter their illness, the chance to get a little wild. Including their summer Camp in Ashford, CT, they run 9 programs that serve more than 30,000 kids and families throughout the Northeast each year. To learn more about their programs or to make a donation visit their website. WEBSITE: The Hole in the Wall

Nicole Guzzardi (Head of Concerts for Travelers Communications) Nicole spoke about the 3 different concerts that are happening during the tournaments. She also discussed the "Fan Zone" which will have a rock wall as well as other family friendly activities.

Barbara Fasulo (Head of the Military Outpost) Barbara spoke about the military outpost, which is presented by Saint Francis Hospital, and what the outpost offers for veterans during the tournament. Some of the services include free food, water and massages. The outpost sees up to at least 1,00 veterans.

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