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NEXT MEETING
Our next meeting will be Thursday December 18 at the Portuguese Club in Newington, our guests will be UConn coach Jim Penders, Diamondbacks shortstop Nick Ahmed, and Dodgers prospect Michael Ahmed.

DIRECTIONS
Meetings are held at the VFW in West Hartford or the Portuguese Club in Newington.

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CONTACT

Tim Brennan - President
timbrennantc
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WORLD SERIES CLUB OF HARTFORD PAST PRESIDENTS
1926 - 1936 Harry N Anderson
1936 - 1939 Tom Frazier
1939 - 1941 John Reardon
1941 - 1942 Francis (Star) Kelly
1942, 1945 Frank Quinn
1943 Patsy DePasquale
1945 - 1947 Jack Kramer
1947 - 1948 Sam McAlear
1948 - 1949 John Christensen
1949 - 1951 Joseph Roche
1951 - 1952 Joe McGinn
1952 Gene Kelly
1954 - 1955 Luke McHugh
1956 Joe Warnock
1957 Vincent P Cenci
1958 - 1960 Harry Ginsberg
1961 - 1962 Dr. Benedict Landry
1962 - 1963 William J Murphy
1963 - 1964 Leo Donohue
1965 - 1968 Ed Doran
1968 Ray Peck
1969 Walter Lawrence
1969 - 1971 Dick Thurston
1972 Mike Errede
1973 - 1974 Ray Begley Jr.
1975 - 1978 Mort Dunn
1978 - 1985 Rich Cottone Rich Cottone
1986 - 1992 Hank Carlson Hank Carlson
1993 - 1995 Tom Zocco Tom Zocco
1996 - 2000 George Mandeville George Mandeville
2000 - 2004 Larry Brennan Larry Brennan
2004 - 2011 Dan Keating Dan Keating

PAST SPEAKERS
In the illustrious history of the World Series Club, we've had over 330 baseball professionals as the featured speaker at our meetings.

Find out more in our past speakers section.

HISTORY
Want to know a little more about the history of the club?

Check out our history section.

LITTLE LEAGUE
The World Series Club is a proud sponsor of the Newington Little League and West Hartford Little League

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