Join us to celebrate the 200th Anniversary of the
American School for the Deaf
Friday, April 21, 2017
Connecticut Convention Center
Black Tie Optional
Cabaret reflects the strong connection ASD has had with the French Institute for the Deaf in Paris for two hundred years.
For more information contact Rennie Polk at firstname.lastname@example.org or 860.570.2356
Proceeds from the Cabaret will benefit the following programs at the American School for the Deaf: Literacy Initiative, Early Childhood Intervention, Camp Isola Bella and Historic Preservation.
Academy Award-Winning Actress
CABARET CHAIR AND PREMIER SPONSOR:
President and CEO Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company
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Peter Adamowicz Gilbane Building Company
John E. Ahearn Retired, Aetna, Inc.
Charles Andrew The Clarion Group
Drew Andrews Whittlesey & Hadley, P.C.
Wendella Ault Battey, Esq. WWB Associates, LLC
Thomas O. Barnes Barnes Group, Inc.
Paul Bartosic Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield of CT
Richard H. Booth Somerset Reinsurance Co., Ltd.
Edward H. Budd Retired, Travelers
John Byrnes R. C. Knox & Co.
Shari Cantor Town of West Hartford
Barbara Cassin American School for the Deaf
Brian Clemow, Esq. Shipman & Goodwin, LLP
Brad Davis WDRC, Connoisseur Media
Jeffrey A. Flaks Hartford HealthCare
Matt Fleury Connecticut Science Center
Jerry Franklin Connecticut Public Broadcasting
Rhona Free University of Saint Joseph
Joseph Gianni Bank of America
Robert Goldfarb HRW Resources, Inc.
Jeffrey S. Hoffman Hoffman Auto Group
Alan Lazowski LAZ Parking
James M. Loree Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.
John J. Patrick, Jr. Farmington Bank
Sue Pedersen Communication Advocacy Network
Edward Peltier Retired, American School for the Deaf
Lynn Ricci Hospital for Special Care
John F. Rodis St. Francis Hospital & Medical Center
John Serrano Texas School for the Deaf
Eugene A. Sheehan, III Sullivan & LeShane, Inc.
Harold A. Smullen, Jr. Smullen & Associates, LLC
Mark R. Wetzel Fiduciary Investment Advisors, LLC
Ex-Officio Member: Jeffrey S. Bravin American School for the Deaf