Remember, “The Rhythm of the Game – Like the Rhythm of Life”. Want to stay in winning rhythm? This is the part of your game plan that
will keep you consistent like no other part! Outreach will assist in Maintaining a Gracious Perspective along with keeping you in
rhythm and balance. Perspective and Rhythm will keep you Consistent and out of a S.L.U.M.P. in both games which for our purposes stands
for, (“Sophistication Leads to Unrealistic Measures of Performance.”). KEEP IT SIMPLE and PLAY YOUR GAME.
OUT - FROM WITHIN
Following are the Community Outreaches our youth participate in.
As his flight landed, the pilot announced they carried the remains of Corporal Brock Bucklin on board, asking
all passengers to respectfully remain seated while his casket deboarded.
Major Rooney watched as Corporal
Bucklin’s twin brother walked somberly alongside the flag-covered casket to meet his family. Among them was the deceased Corporal’s
young son, Jacob. Major Rooney ached as he thought of his own wife and little girls. Seeing the other side of war through the eyes
of Jacob, was life-altering.
Sadly, over half the passengers had disregarded the pilot’s request and deboarded.
Major Rooney decided he had to do something. Not only would he pay tribute to American service-members and their families, he
would live as a reminder among civilians that it is our duty to honor the sacrifices of those who preserve the freedoms we so easily
take for granted.
Major Rooney committed to spend his life changing the future of America’s grieving spouses and
children. In 2007, he formed the Folds of Honor Foundation; a 501C-3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing educational scholarships to
the families of these heroic Americans.
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Connecticut Children’s Medical Center is a nationally recognized, 187-bed not-for-profit children’s
hospital in Hartford, Connecticut. Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the best children’s hospitals in the nation,
we foster a patient- and family-centered environment with a focus on research, education and advocacy.
Connecticut Children’s serves
as the primary pediatric teaching hospital for the UConn School of Medicine, has a teaching partnership with the Frank H. Netter MD
School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University and is a research partner of The Jackson Laboratory.
Connecticut Children’s welcomes, cares
for and protects all children who walk through our doors. We are an institution of acceptance and compassion regardless of nationality
or immigration status.
The history of Connecticut Children’s spans more than 100 years. Founded as a 10-bed hospital for children who
suffered incurable conditions like cerebral palsy, spina bifida and polio, Connecticut Children’s is now one of only two freestanding
children’s hospitals in New England and the only freestanding children’s hospital in Connecticut.
Connecticut Children’s is a
501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. As a not-for-profit organization, all of our stakeholders benefit from Connecticut Children’s
- Children across the state benefit from our support for community initiatives to keep children safer and healthier.
medical professionals are supported in their pursuit of discovery through research.
- Community-based pediatric health care providers
receive the guidance and support they need from our multi-specialty experts.
All of Connecticut Children’s resources are put towards
supporting our mission to improve the physical and emotional health of all children.
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