WAYNE NORMAN MORNING SHOW GUESTS -- MAY 2006

May 31:  Singer Sarah Jo Burke discusses Katrina/Rita relief in Pass Christian, Mississippi, and peforms a song for the victims.  To donate make check payable to:  "St Rose Relief Fund,"  Fr. Sebastian Myladiyil, St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church, 301 S. Necaise Ave., Bay St. Louis, MS 39520, or the Dedeaux Retreat Center, 14595 Vidalia Road, Pass Christian, MS, 39571.  Call 228-596-9003.  

Sarah Jo Burke

Paul Doyle from the Covenant Soup Kitchen and Sister Peter from Holy Family Home and Shelter talk about the Soup Kitchen's Bottle and Can Drive and the Shelter's Walk-N-Ride fundraiser.

Paul Doyle and Sister Peter

May 30:  Rose Fowler, Executive Director of the McSweeney Regional Senior Center

Rose Fowler

May 25:  Pam Horrocks, Bob Horrocks, and Lyn Duval discuss Willimantic's Victorian Days' events

Pam Horrocks, Bob Horrocks, and Lyn Duval

May 24:  Poet Erik Campbell, author of "Arguments for Stillness," and Sandy Taylor from Curbstone Press

Sandy Taylor and Erik Campbell

May 23:  Sally WhippleLebanon Historical Society Museum director,  Mary Brown, chairman of the Gov. Trumbull House, and Alicia Wayland, Lebanon Town Historian.

Sally Whipple,  Mary Brown, and Alicia Wayland

May 22:  Dentist Dr. Bernice Szafarek from Szafarek Dental discusses smiles of the seniors

Dr. Bernice Szafarek

May 19:  Scott Lewis and Rudy Pizzoferrato from Capitol Garage discuss Jeepin' for Healin' III a Jeep Trail event to benefit the expansion of Windham Hospital's Emergency Department

May 18:  Pamela Miela, Chair of the Third Annual Willimantic Riverfest, Dan Mullins from the Willimantic Whitewater Partnership, Windham Recreation Director Mark Paquette, Charlie Olbrias (one mile run) and Lisa Glow (horseback riding) 

May 17:  Bruce John, Jason Altieri, and Patty Tuite from Kidsville Kuckoo Revue play family music and talk about Hunter Cowan from South Windham, who has the rare disease Solar Urticaria--allergy to heat, sun, and extreme elements.   Hunter's mother Angela will join us too.

May 16:  Poet Cheryl Savageau, author of "Dirt Road Home" and Sandy Taylor from Curbstone Press

Sandy Taylor and Cheryl Savageau

Legal Ease:  Attorney Patrick Prue from the Prue Law Group with Bob Ardini and Peter Desantos of Key Financial Concepts in Vernon discussing changes in Title XIX law--long term care insurance

Bob Ardini, Peter Desantos and Pat Prue

 May 15:  Windham Hospital Healthlink:  Opening the new Emergency Department.  Dr. Eric Hobert, head of Emergency Services, Dr. Jorge Otero, Emergency Services, Cary Trantalis, Director of Nursing, and Mona Friedland, V.P. Development and Community Relations

   

Eric Hobert, Jorge Otero, Cary Trantalis, and Mona Friedland

May 11: Willimantic 3rd Thursday Streetfest organizer Jean DeSmet, with David Fenn and Carol Silva preview the 2006 Streetfests   

May 10:  Ringmaster Chuck Wagner from the Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey Circus

May 8:  The VFW's Operation Uplink

The presentation of our April Ray of Sunshine Award to Victor and Martha Funderburk of the Windham Theater Guild, by Mohegan Sun VP Administration Ray Peneault

Ray Penneault, Martha and Victor Funderburk

Jan Weston talks about Windham Tech's community book fair

May 5:   Windham Recreation Director Mark Paquette and the Chair of the Recreation Advisory Committee, attorney Pat Prue discuss future park plans in Windham, including the Noznick property in Windham Center (click on "satellite"), and the newly opened bike trail in North Windham.  For more on Peter Noznick, click here.

Pat Prue and Mark Paquette

May 4:  Lakisha Hyatt, Director of Nursing at Natchaug Hospital, Ellen Buffington, Chief Operating Officer, and staff nurse Kim Sanchez

 

Kim Sanchez, Lakisha Hyatt, WILI Vice President Colin Rice, a member of Natchaug Hospital's Board of Directors, and Ellen Buffington

May 3:  UConn Civil Engineering students Adam Frosino and Chris McCahill discuss their Senior Design Project-Storrs Downtown Development-Parking Solution.  With them will be their advisor, Prof. Howard Epstein, and Cynthia van Zelm, Executive Director, Mansfield Downtown Partnership  

Click here for photos of what we talked about on the show.

 Adam Frosino, Howard Epstein, Cynthia van Zelm and Chris McCahill with a model of their proposal for the new parking garage and the Storrs Center project

Rich Tarascio and Liz Saunders from Edible Arrangements in Willimantic

Wayne Norman, Liz Saunders and Rich Tarascio with some Edible Arrangements

May 2:  Richard Schwab, Dean of UConn's NEAG School of Education and Carl Maresh, head of UConn's Dept. of Kinesiology  

 

Carl Maresh and Richard Schwab

May 1:  UConn Civil Engineering students Charlie Mills and Chris Nelson discuss their Senior Design Project--Thrall Hall in East Windsor.  With them was their advisor, Professor Howard Epstein, and Janett Thrall Moore, the daughter of the builder of Thrall Hall (and present owner).  Click here for more photos of Thrall Hall.

UConn engineering students Charlie Mills (L) and Chris Nelson showing their plans for Thrall Hall

Thrall Hall in East Windsor

The tiled 7000' square foot dance floor. Note the wagon wheel chandelier.

Truck Tires and oil barrels support the stage area

 

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