A-Rod’s onerous contract, Barry Bond’s coaching job and people skills, the New Britain Bees, Bristol Blues and Hartford Yard Goats, Sandlock book sales and the VIP screening of Ken Burns’ Jackie Robinson film.
Those themes were among those discussed at today’s chapter breakfast at the Hamden Town House.
Steve K. got a widely affirmative reaction for attending a Yankee home game as a group. It was agreed that a weekend day game would be the best choice. Steve said he would email to all a survey to determine price, seating and schedule preferences. Until then you can review the attachments to this post to study the Yankee group ticket discount schedule, the ticket price by section discount level, and the upscale hospitality options.
Also Of Note:
Larry Levine has interest in attending the Jazz and Jackie/ Ken Burns Film event on April 8. Let Larry know if you are going.
Karl, Gary and Alan plan to enjoy a round of golf sooner than later. Let one of them know if you would like to join in as well.
On May 9 at the Prospect Library, Erik Sherman, author of Mookie: Life, Baseball & The ’86 Mets will appear.
On June 18 at 10 AM, there will be a chapter screening of HANO! A Century In The Bleachers at Middlesex Community College.
NEXT UP: A Chapter Breakfast in May. Details to come.
Among those attending were Larry Howard, Tom Monitto, Larry Levine, Bill Ryczek, Stan Dziurgot, Steve Krevisky, Gary Gold, Larry Levine, Marjorie Adams, Alan Cohen and Karl Cicitto.