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Cover Up for UV Safety Month!

Happy July! Can you believe we are already halfway through the year? July marks America’s independence and is full of fireworks and hot temperatures. Rising temps go hand-in-hand with the sun’s potent and potentially damaging rays. Although July is home to a smaller number of health observances as noted below, the one that sticks out in my mind is UV Safety. Did someone say sunscreen?

  • Hemochromatosis Awareness Month
  • International Group B Strep Awareness Month
  • Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month
  • UV Safety Month

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Ovation Sponsors Klingberg Family Center’s Vintage Auto Show

Each June, Ovation is proud to sponsor the Klingberg Family Center’s Vintage Auto Show in New Britain, Connecticut. The show serves as a crucial part in Klingberg’s mission to help build healing relationships that empower children and families to reach their full potential. Each year, sponsors and hundreds of vintage car owners, raise significant funds to support the 2,500 persons Klingberg serves.

This past Saturday, nearly 5,000 people converged on Klingberg’s 40-acre campus to enjoy hundreds of amazing vintage cars, classic cars, and supercars, delicious food, great music, and entertainment.

As sponsors, Ovation team members Mary Coulter, Meghan Sloan, Haley Hart, Nicole Consiglio, Caitlin White, and Stephanie Esplin created and staffed a crafty kid-zone. Young ones of all ages had a great time crafting, coloring, and even posing in front of a car-themed photo booth!

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Ovation Elimination

I’m a pretty big fan of the adage “work hard, play hard” and I’m grateful that I can embody that phrase every day at Ovation. We’re given a beautiful office to work in and I’m fortunate to be surrounded by colleagues that are driven to succeed, but have fun in the process. A recent example of this was our month-long March Madness tournament that was coined “Ovation Elimination.” Continue reading Ovation Elimination

Ovation Has Heart

How fitting for February to be American Heart Month, with Valentine’s Day smack dab in the middle. Though, while Valentine’s Day focuses on love and the heart’s emotions, American Heart Month more importantly zeros in on heart health and disease prevention. The Go Red for Women Campaign, a cause created by the American Heart Association, specifically sheds light on heart disease and stroke in women. In an effort to bring attention to these issues, the American Heart Association wants to empower and inform women and help them take a more aggressive approach on their health.

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