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A Whirlwind in Arizona

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Dave spent two weeks in Arizona speaking at schools thanks to sponsor Freeport-McMoRan. And of course, he made time to take in a football game and interview inspirational sports celebrities. 


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Shaquem Shares with Dave about Being Differently-Abled

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Dave chats with one-handed Seattle Seahawks Linebacker Shaquem Griffin after their win over the Cardinals in Phoenix.


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Hudson Valley Renegades Host D3 Day

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A beautiful summer day in Hudson Valley- the perfect setting for sharing the joys of baseball with special needs kids.  To volunteer or participate in future event with Dave, visit their web site:  Disability, Dream & Do .

 

 

 

 


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Dave Shaves Head for NubAbility Baseball Player

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Never a dull moment… and this week Dave is at the NubAbility Camp working with youth who are missing limbs.  In a show of support for baseball player Will Walker, coach Dave shaves his head!

 

Find out more about this amazing organization at NubAbility.org

 

 

 

 


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Hartford Yard Goats Host D3 Day

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It’s summer, and for youngsters with special needs in the Hartford area, that means looking forward to the second annual  D3 Day.

Thanks to Fox 61 for their coverage!

Hartford Yard Goats host ‘Dream and Do’ for second year

 


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Travelers Championship Golf

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It seems fitting that the Travelers logo is an umbrella. There was plenty of rain at the Cromwell, Connecticut tournament, but that didn’t deter the fans- or Dave- as he interviews some big names and gives us a peek behind the scenes…


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Dave Chats with Don Mattingly

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Miami Marlins Manager and former Yankee great Don Mattingly chats with Dave about his days as a player and the transition to being a manager.


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Eric LeGrand at Fieldstone Middle School

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Dave recently shared the stage at Fieldstone Middle School with Eric LeGrand, a defensive tackle who played college football at Rutgers.  In 2010, he suffered a spinal cord injury and became paralyzed while making a tackle.  Like Dave, Eric has turned his disability into inspiration.


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