Volume 14, No. 1
Car Show Gets Bigger... And Better!
By Glenn Lemaire ’74, Car Show Co-Chair
2006 Car Show Sponsors
our MCC Alumni Association Board of
Directors has been working in the last Chrome
couple of years on developing events WDRC-FM
that will bring people from the surrounding
community to our campus and have those
events on predictable days. Community col- Rockville Bank
lege graduates often move two or three times Hi-Octane
in a short period after graduation. If we lose
Cunliffe Motor Sales
touch with each other, it’s nice to know that
you can see your classmates and other alumni
on the Monday night before Thanksgiving in Smooth Brakes
the Cheney Dining Room for the Homecom- Cummings Insurance
ing Dinner and on Father’s Day at the annual NewAlliance Bank
The Car Show was initially a way to pay trib-
ute to the late Jack Parker, a long time faculty
Fast Go Muffler & Brake Center
member and car buﬀ. It has grown signiﬁcantly
over the last two years and promises to become
Monarch Real Estate
one of the largest events on the MCC calendar.
P and P Auto Repair, Inc.
In spite of a weather forecast that predicted
temperatures in the middle 90s, the June 18
show drew over 120 classic and custom cars
from the 1920s to 2006 and an estimated Additionally, the “Best in Show” trophy was Friends
1,000 spectators. WDRC-FM, the premiere awarded to Dave Sylvain’s 1934 Chevrolet AAA
sponsor, played “big hits” while sponsor tents, Cabriolet. To see a complete list of results, Anderson Automotive
giveaways, face painting and a bouncy house please visit the car show’s website at www. Bettylou’s Gardening
were among the oﬀerings for family members mcc.commnet.edu/alumni/eventCar. Healthtrax Fitness
of all ages. Several other cash and raﬄe spon-Father’s Day 2007 falls on June 17. The rain Hooters
sors helped to make the day a ﬁnancial suc- date for the 3rd annual show and all others Lowe’s
cess. Over forty volunteers donated their timein the future will be the following Sunday. Manchester Country Club
to pitch in. Co-chairs for the ’07 show are Glenn Lemaire Randy’s Wooster Street Pizza
First, second, and third place clock trophies and Nino Nistri. We hope for over 200 cars and Rein’s Deli
were awarded to each of the fourteen car 1500 spectators and we hope you are among Salon Petite
classes. Several of the show cars were owned them. For more information, contact Glenn Shaw’s
by MCC alumni. Among them was a ﬁrst at (860) 512 2906 or email glemaire@mcc. Subway
place ﬁnish for Ed Firestone’s 1949 Hudson. commnet.edu. Time Plus Payroll Service
what MCC is all about.
Our network of alumni
and guests came together
as one on May 11 in the
Library Fireside Commons
Supports Annual Job Fair
By Cyndianne Guillotin ’92, MCC Alumni Association Secretary and
for the MCC Alumni Association General
Endia DeCordova-Murphy, Public Relations Associate
Meeting and Reception. We were honored to
have as our special guest speaker Lucy Anne
MCC Alumni Association
Hurston ’93, Assistant Professor of Sociology
Director Carl Staﬀord ’86
at MCC and author of Speak So You Can
Speak Again: The Life of Zora Neale Hurston. serves popcorn to a job fair
Professor Hurston gave insights on her life’s attendee. The April 1 Job Fair
journey and the person who influenced her drew more than 2,000 job
throughout her life, her aunt Zora Neale seekers and 78 employers
Hurston, a celebrated anthropologist and from across the region.
Every year, the MCC Alumni Association
honors faculty, students, and community
leaders at the General Meeting. The 2006
awards were presented to:
Distinguished Alumni: Donald Pitkin ’04
Excellence in Teaching: James Gentile,
he promise of available work “The fact that we are seeing an increase of
Co-Chair and Associate Professor of
English brought out more than 2,000 job employers is a positive indicator for our
seekers and 78 employers from economy,” stated Carl J. Ochnio, director of
Volunteer Service: Phi Theta Kappa.
across the region to the 17th annual MCC Career Services at MCC. “Additionally, job
Outstanding Business Partner: East Hart- Regional Job Fair on Saturday, April 1, mak- fairs are a cost eﬀective recruiting method
ford Gazette, accepted by Corinne Horan ing it one of the most successful events on for many employers.”
the MCC campus. The Alumni Association,
Congratulations to all of our distinguished The MCC Regional Job Fair is a collabora-
recipients! a sponsor of the event, provided informa-
tive eﬀort between Manchester Commu-
tion and free popcorn to all attendees.
A brief business meeting was held and, as your nity College, the Connecticut Department
President, I outlined the past year’s activities Among those in attendance was Governor of Labor, the Journal Inquirer and Clear
and achievements of the Association. The fol- M. Jodi Rell, who spent more than one hour Channel Radio of Connecticut. Numerous
lowing Officers and Directors were elected: meeting and greeting job seekers and em- members of the College community, includ-
ployers and attentively listening to the reali- ing the MCC Alumni Association, worked
Elizabeth Allyn ’87, Vice President
ties of the workforce in Connecticut. Last eﬀortlessly to make this 17th annual event a
Cyndianne Guillotin ’92, Secretary
Susan Howard ’04, Director year, 49 employers participated in the job great success
David Litrico ’74, Director fair compared to the 44 employers in 2004.
Vrinda Saxena, Director
Their term of service is July 1, 2006 through
June 30, 2008. Also approved by Association MCC Alumni Association Board of Directors
members were our updated By-Laws and
Constitution. Dr. Daube’s closing remarks Officers Directors Directors Emeriti
were followed by a reception. Joanne Dougherty ’89 Rachael Ghani ’95 Doris Bourque ’80
President Susan Howard ’04 Brent Hazzard ’82
I feel confident that the Alumni Association Elizabeth Allyn ’87 Glenn Lemaire ’74 Richard Lacafta ’83
will have another great year. We hope you
Vice-President David Litrico ’74 Marie Maturo ’82
join us at one of our upcoming events.
James T. Hogan ’79 Raul Mercado ’04
Treasurer Vrinda Saxena
Cyndianne Guillotin ’92 Paul Scappaticci ’98
Acting Dean of Institutional
Secretary Carl Stafford ’86
Joanne F. Dougherty ’89
President, MCC Alumni Association Audrey Letizia
Coordinator of Annual Giving
page 2 Fall 2006 MCC Alumni News
644 Become Alumni at MCC’s 42nd Annual MCC Alumni
By Endia DeCordova-Murphy, Public Relations Associate
MCC awarded degrees to 644 gradu-
ates at its 42nd Annual Commencement
Ceremony on Thursday, May 25, 2006.
Graduates from 65 towns across Connect-
icut, and seven other states, were awarded
associate of science degrees, associates of he MCC Alumni Association awards stu-
arts degrees, and certificates. dents with scholarships based on merit
This year’s commencement speaker, Dr. and/or ﬁnancial need. This fall, two
Edward R. Braithwaite, author of To Sir, students receive $500 grants to continue
With Love, received the honorary degree their education at MCC.
of associate in humane letters, honoris
causa. Braithwaite is a novelist, writer, Vicki Gagliardi of Southington is in the Occu-
teacher and diplomat from Guyana, best pational Therapy Assistant program. She is
known for his stories of social conditions
a team coordinator at the Visiting Nurse As-
and racial discrimination. Dr. Edward R. Braithwaite provided the commencement
sociation and volunteers as a special events
Melody A. Currey, Mayor of East Hart- address.
coordinator for Assistance Dogs Unlimited.
ford, received the Board of Trustees’ Merit
The Regional Advisory Council’s Com- Her other volunteer activities include her
Award for her commitment and service to
munity Service Award was awarded to service on the Arthritis Foundation’s Walk
Manchester Community College and to
Eliezer Arzola, of Hartford. This award Committee, and community theatre where
the field of higher education.
recognizes service to the College.
she performs in musicals and improvisa-
The Board of Trustees Merit Award was
Jamie Putnoki, of Manchester, received tional comedy. She is also the lead vocalist
created in 1990 to recognize outstand-
the President’s Student Award, which rec- of the rock cover band “384 EAST”, a Man-
ing service and support from community
ognizes a graduate who has demonstrated
members or groups on behalf of an indi- chester-based band. Vicki expects to gradu-
unusual perseverance in spite of difficul-
vidual community college, the system of
ties, obstacles or challenges.
ate from MCC this May. With her degree, she
Connecticut Community Colleges, or the plans to practice occupational therapy in an
cause of community college education in Aaron Mumford, of Manchester, was the
area that uses animal-assisted therapy with
general. 2006 valedictorian.
either older children or adults.
Paige Lallier of Tariﬀville anticipates gradu-
ating from MCC’s Therapeutic Recreation
program in May 2008. With this degree,
Paige plans to fulﬁll one of her life goals:
Diploma Frames assisting people in experiencing life to the
fullest. After graduation, Paige plans to
$30 work towards a law degree, enabling her to
advocate for those with disabilities. She is
very active in the community, volunteering
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Association scholarships, contact Dianne
McHutchison at (860) 512-2904.
Fall 2006 MCC Alumni News page 3
An MCC Tradition Has
A Record-Setting Year ������������������������
By Linnette Velazquez-Welle, Wine Auction Assistant ���gl����������������������
his year’s An Evening of Fine Wines
was a very special one. Not only
did it raise over $100,000, but it
reached a record mark of $1 million raised
since it started in 1992. The event contin- MCC Foundation Kicks-Oﬀ
ues to be the most successful fundraiser
for the college, with all proceeds going to 2006 Annual Fund Campaign
scholarships and college programs.
n August, the 2006 Annual Fund and legibility of their handwriting. Other
With the generosity of people such as Ger- Campaign was launched with a direct projects supported through the 2005 An-
aldine Lesunaitis, a benefactor since 2000, mail campaign. Contributions help nual Fund drive include the 20th Annual
and Dona D. Young, president of The ensure quality support and programming, Global Issues Conference, the Annual
Phoenix Companies, Inc. and the 2005 and guarantee that the educational op- Writing Awards Contest, and the Winter
Honorary Chair, among others, this event portunities at MCC are available for fu- and Spring Arts Festivals.
continues to be one of the most anticipated ture generations of students. Gifts sustain
in the region. The MCC Hospitality De- To make a gift to the 2006 Annual Fund
excellence across virtually every aspect of
partment, Jazz Ensemble, volunteers and Campaign, contact Audrey Letizia at
academic life but, above all, they support
other members of the campus community (860) 512-2906 or download a donation
people—exceptional, motivated students
provided hors d’oeuvres, entertainment, form at www.mcc.commnet.edu/founda-
and the professors and student services
and service to the patrons. Their contribu- tion/annual.
professionals who instruct, encourage and
tions make this event memorable. inspire them. Donors have the option of
If you have not experienced this event, this giving to academic programs, student ser-
is your chance. Plan to attend next year vices, scholarships, and wherever the need
to enjoy a night full of wonderful wine, is greatest.
amazing food and unique auction items, The success of last year’s annual fund
all under one roof, and the best part… drive made an impact on several areas
it’s for a great cause. The 15th An Evening of the College and, in turn, touched a
of Fine Wines will take place on April 13, number of MCC students. In 2005, gifts
2007 from 7 to 10 pm. So remember to funded the purchase of equipment for the
mark your calendars and save the date! Precision Machining program. Precision
For more information, contact Carol machining skilled workers are in high de-
Cunliffe or Linnette Velazquez-Welle at mand due to shortages within the field.
(860) 512-2905. Annual Fund money is also being used
to purchase note-taking assistive technol-
ogy for students with disabilities. This
particularly helps students with fine mo- The student ﬁlm “86,400 seconds” is one of the projects that
tor skill challenges that affect the speed was funded through the 2005 Annual Fund Campaign.
page 4 Fall 2006 MCC Alumni News
Laila Being Laila
mother, Anni; and to be home for Christmas.
That summer, Falkenberg wanted to visit Af-
rica, but instead spent seven weeks as a coun-
By Marc Goldin, Assistant Athletics Director
selor at Camp Berger in Winchester Center.
She ended up meeting her boyfriend Nate
he modest and goal-oriented student there, a counselor at the camp.
with Danish roots knew what had to Soon after, Falkenberg went back to Den-
be done and how to do it. She had
mark to work two jobs, one cleaning houses
her daily schedule planned out in a way that
for the elderly and the other in a grocery store.
could rival any time-management expert.
She returned to become an MCC student in
Depending on the day, this itinerary in- summer 2004 with no intention of playing
cluded receiving a ride to and from MCC for basketball. She left MCC two years later as a
an ambitious class schedule and working in well-rounded, model student-athlete.
both the Admissions Oﬃce and in the Mi-
Said Falkenberg: “I hope others remember
nority and International Student Programs
me as someone who worked hard and was a
Oﬃce. It included receiving a ride to and
good friend and a good teammate.”
from a women’s basketball practice or game
at the college’s oﬀ-campus gymnasium at East at Bay Path College, a four-year school in Watch the women tip-oﬀ their 2006 season
Catholic High School. It included interspers- Longmeadow, MA. with the home opener on Saturday, November
ing studying with being a helpful and caring 4. For more information on the MCC wom-
The thought of attending college in the
friend, big sister, daughter and teammate. en’s basketball program, please visit www.mcc.
United States and, for that matter, ever play-
It is Laila (pronounced LIE-LUH) being Laila. ing basketball again after six seasons on club
Laila Lemming Falkenberg, a 2006 MCC teams in her native Denmark in the highest
summa cum laude graduate with a 3.90 grade- division from ages 13-18, seemed foreign to
point average in general studies. Laila, the Falkenberg as recently as three years ago. In
sophomore captain on the 2005-06 MCC 2003, Falkenberg turned down a basketball
women’s basketball team, is currently a mar- scholarship to a college in Michigan in or-
keting major and a women’s basketball player der to remain close to her sister, Natasja; her
Just deciding to exercise makes
you feel good...almost like you’ve
20th Annual Global Issues Conference: already done something.
Global Climate Change The problem happens when it comes
time to follow through and actually
get it done. Let us help you with
that motivation piece. The Fitness
October 21, 8:30 am-12:30 pm Center offers a comprehensive group
SBM Charitable Foundation Auditorium, AST fitness program with offerings to
suit a variety of interests and all fitness levels. Exercising in
There is a growing body of evidence of the grave consequences of a a group is fun and motivating. Come give it a try. For more
changing climate. Experts in the Environmental Science ﬁeld will shed information on fees and class listings log onto www.mcc.
light on the science, policy and politics of global climate change and how commnet.edu/athletics/fitness.
individuals, communities and organizations can help safeguard the planet
for future generations.
Free and open to the public. Registration online at
www.mcc.commnet.edu/global or call 860-512-2691.
Global Warming: The Signs and the Science
A one-hour PBS ﬁlm to be aired on Oct. 17, 11 am and 7 pm; and
Oct. 21, 2 pm; SBM Charitable Foundation Auditorium, AST. Filmed in
the United States, Asia and South America, this wide-ranging, compelling
documentary brings the reality of climate change to life and oﬀers viewers
inspiring examples of people who are making a diﬀerence.
No preregistration required. Info: 860-512-2691.
Fall 2006 MCC Alumni News page 5
Denise Hill and her husband raise guide dog puppies
for the Fidelco Foundation and have a retired dog whom
they take to visit hospitals as a therapy dog.
Phyllis Royx is a freelance writer, published regularly in
the Reminder newspapers. Her poems appear periodi-
1969 1978 cally in the Journal Inquirer Poetry Corner.
Barbara (Bahr) Bernacki has trained military and Irving Goldin celebrated his 41st anniversary with his
civilian doctors and nurses on Department of Defense wife, Barbara. The couple lives in Vernon and have two
proprietary software, used for electronic medical re- grown children. Their daughter has a son, with another 1985
cords. She has traveled to military treatment facilities child on the way. He enjoys visiting Cape Cod with his Janet Columbia received a master’s degree from East-
worldwide. She has recently returned from a two month family. Irving is retired from the USPS, after 33 years of ern Connecticut State University. She has received a certi-
assignment in Sicily. service. ﬁcation in SASI, a student information system. She loves
to travel and has been to many places in the Caribbean,
William Wardrop has been semi-retired since June as well as Hawaii, Alaska, Bermuda, Italy, Croatia, France
2005. He has taken cruises to Bermuda and the Balkans. 1979 and Barcelona. She is married with one daughter. In her
Countries visited include Estonia, Russia, Holland, Ger- John Cappalla and his wife have relocated to their re- spare time, Janet loves to read and tend her garden.
many, Denmark, Sweden and the Netherlands. tirement destination, hot and sunny Arizona.
Jamie Morton now lives in Davis, CA with his wife. He 1987
1973 is a clinical counselor at a homeless shelter and family Jennifer Flynn Bernard received a BA in American
Robert Fritsch II has become a grandparent for the housing program. He completed his B.S. in Business at Culture from Emerson College in 1989. After a career
second time. He is also busy restoring his 1964 Corvette the University of Connecticut in 1981 and a master’s in higher education administration, she decided it was
Coupe. degree in Counseling at New Hampshire College in 1987. time for a change and obtained a M.A. in Counseling
He spends his free time skiing, rollerblading, traveling Psychology from Lesley University in 2004. Jennifer now
and practicing Bikram yoga.
1974 works as a mental health therapist. She lives in North
Richard MacDonald earned a B.A. at Colorado College Adams, MA with her husband and daughter.
in 1976 and a law degree from Willamette University 1980
in 1979. Since 1980, he has been practicing law in Lan- Brian Johnson is currently the managing director for 1988
caster, PA. He and his wife, Barbara (Breighner) ‘74 have Loews Ventana Canyon Resort in Tucson, AZ. He most Susan Monaghan received a B.S. in Nursing. She was
raised two children, Miles and Morgan. recently received the “Hotelier of the Year” award from inducted into Sigma Theta Tau Nursing Honor Society
Arizona Hotel and Lodging Association. and was the recipient of the Nightingale Award in 2006.
Dot Drobney continued her education with a bachelor’s
degree in History/Social Science with elementary edu-
cation teaching certiﬁcation from Eastern Connecticut
MCC Alumni Association State University. She graduated magna cum laude in
1994. In 2002 she earned a master’s degree in Reading
and Language Arts also from ECSU. In 2004, Dot com-
pleted extra coursework to earn reading consultant cer-
tiﬁcation. She is now employed as a reading specialist at
Birch Grove Primary School in Tolland.
Yes! I want to belong to the MCC Alumni Association!
Pamela John earned a B.A. in Psychology from Eastern
Enclosed please ﬁnd my annual dues of $20. Cash Check (payable to MCC Alumni Association) Connecticut State University in 1997. She is currently
attending the University of Connecticut School of Social
Enclosed please ﬁnd my lifetime dues of $100. Discover MasterCard Visa
Work. She bought a beautiful house in Manchester and
is a substitute teacher.
Account Number Expiration Date
Florence Sheils has been appointed director of the
Name Center for Student Development at MCC. She has worked
at MCC for 11 years. Florence graduated with honors
Other Name While at MCC Year of Graduation from the University of Connecticut with a B.A. in Political
Science and has a M.A. in Administration, Planning and
Social Policy from Harvard University in Cambridge, MA.
City State Zip She has been involved in various aspects of the commu-
nity, including serving as a board member for the Julie
Home Phone Email Education Center and the Trust House Adult Education
Advisory Committee in Hartford. She also served as a
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Student Trustee on the Board of Trustees of Connecticut Al Rivera is a manager of a call center, supervising 2006
Community-Technical Colleges from 1992 to 1994. 11 people who sell student loans. He is continuing Aloysius “Stan” Barsch completed his internship at Clay-
his education at Central Connecticut State University ton House.
Dorothy Tuthill left her job as a Loan Oﬃcer in 2003
and is in the process of starting his own business,
and went back to school to ﬁnish her degree. She gradu- Philip DeMonte, Jr. has enjoyed his summer, visiting Six
purchasing and renovating real estate properties.
ated in 2005 from Central Connecticut State University Flags and Lake Compounce. He is looking for a surgical tech-
with a bachelor’s degree in math. Maria Sanhueza has earned a degree, allowing nology job in a hospital.
her to work as a Spanish teacher at Wethersﬁeld
High School. She is married to her sweetheart, Diego Shannon Ford visited Las Vegas this summer. She is pur-
1996 Sanhueza. suing a bachelor’s degree from Western Connecticut State
Theresa Carllo had a baby girl on February 10 (8 lbs, University.
1 oz.; 20 1/2”). She was named Anna Mackenzie after
Theresa’s grandmother. This is her ﬁrst child and she is 2005 Tanya Nixon is working at Goodwin College. This fall, she
a stay-at-home mom. Terry is also going back to school Katie Arnold is continuing her education at the Uni- has begun to work on a B.A. in History at the University of
at Westﬁeld State. versity of Connecticut’s School of Business. Her goal Connecticut.
is to obtain her bachelor’s degree in Accounting.
1998 Patricia Chaves, also a 2002 MCC graduate, earned
Kenneth Brown was promoted to a Corrections Oﬃcer the Academic Excellence Award in Business Oﬃce
Lieutenant at MacDougall/Walker Correctional Institu- Technology. She is pursuing a bachelor’s degree at
tion. He is also working for Pratt & Whitney. Eastern Connecticut State University. Pat is married
with four teenage children.
2000 Tammy Crisp is preparing to transfer to Eastern
Erin Elizabeth Hurley married Timothy Schilling on Connecticut State University by completing some
want to know
July 1, 2006 at St. Thomas Villa in St. Thomas, USVI, while general education requirements at MCC. She plans
on a Caribbean cruise. She is employed by the Connecti- to work towards a bachelor’s degree in Social Work.
cut Air National Guard. Tammy is working at the Institute of Living, a tran-
Jeannie M. Leitao completed her fourth degree–a B.S. sitional home for women recovering from drug and
in Nutrition and R.D. at the University of New Haven. She alcohol addictions.
states that MCC is still her favorite school. Cindy Faienza has become a justice of the peace
in New Britain. She is building a replica of a 1920 Please let us know what you are
Deborah K. White graduated from Albertus Magnus
Colonial Revival in New Britain. She has just been
College in May with a B.S. in Business Management. She
accepted to Central Connecticut State University and doing and we will include that informa-
graduated magna cum laude and Kappa Gamma Pi.
will be pursuing a B.S. in Sports Science and Health
Promotion. tion in the next issue of Alumni News.
Cheryl Ann LeDoux continued her education at Smith Holly Jacobs is working in the surgical technology Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
College, graduating with a degree in Government. She is laboratory at MCC. She is also working per diem as
beginning a new career, as a 6th grade teacher for the De a medical receptionist at Dermatology Associates of with any information such as received
La Salle Blackfeet Middle School on the Blackfeet Indian Glastonbury. Holly is in the band “C-“.
Reservation in Browning, MT.
another degree, gotten married, had any
Alana Jahns took a trip to Europe, exploring Ger-
many and the Netherlands. She is currently a student children, got a great job,
2004 at the University of Connecticut.
Virginia Monteiro is working for Ned Lamont for U.S. Susy Lozano had her second child in May, Corey A. received any awards,
Senate Campaign Headquarters. She has completed two Verraneault. Her older daughter will be 5 years old
courses at the University of New Haven, where she has in October and just started kindergarten. She will taken any exciting
made the President’s List. She is pursuing a degree in be completing a bachelor’s degree in Accounting
Public Administration. Virginia is also actively involved at Central Connecticut State University in one more
with the National Association for the Advancement of year. Susy is working at Webster Bank as a ﬁnancial
Colored People. She was elected Third Vice President of service representative.
the CT NAACP State Conference from 2003-2005 and
is currently the State Secretary of the CT NAACP State J. Winthrop Porter, also a 1992 and 2001 MCC
Conference. graduate, stopped going to college for the ﬁrst time
since 1985. After 20 years, he has earned a second
Donald Pitkin was re-elected to the East Hartford Town bachelor’s degree (from Central Connecticut State
Council-Minority Leader. He was also elected as Modera- University) and ﬁve associate degrees from MCC, all
tor to his church. He is a board member for Friends of in data processing, computer information systems,
East Hartford Senior Center and East Hartford Exchange and computer technology. He now plans to enjoy his
Club. He is a member of East Hartford Rotary Club. He retirement.
serves East Hartford’s Sixth Grade Academy as Historian
Roundtable Member. Recently, Don was awarded the
MCC Alumni Association Distinguished Alumni Award.
He hopes to return to MCC this fall.
Fall 2006 MCC Alumni News page 7
Calendar of Events
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Monday, November 20, 2006
General Meeting and Reception
May 2007, date to be announced.
Saturday, June 17, 2007 (Father’s Day)
Rain date: Saturday, June 24, 2007
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