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FCF Executive Director Appears on Capitol Perspective with Senator Kennedy


On December 20, 2004 Freedom Calls Executive Director, John B. Harlow II, appeared the Capitol Perspective TV program with Senator Edward M. Kennedy of Massachusetts.  In the program Mr. Harlow highlighted Freedom Calls efforts in Massachusetts.  Harlow reported that with the leadership of Raytheon Company, Freedom Calls already offered more than 30 sites for military families in Massachusetts to video conference with their loved ones stationed in the war zone.  In addition to Raytheon Company, Harlow drew attention to the contribution of facilities by Harvard University, St. John's Prep., Springfield Technical Community College and Hampshire Educational Collaborative.

Also appearing on the program was Rebecca Rhoads, Chief Information Officer of foundation contributor Raytheon Company and Tommy Burke of Auburn, Massachusetts whose sister serving in Iraq was able to attend his wedding in video conference over the Freedom Calls Network this fall and whose family has been able to keep in touch with his sister by video conference on a monthly basis from Raytheon's video conferencing facilities in Massachusetts.

In an example of the bipartisan support that the foundation enjoys, following the broadcast Senator Kennedy praised the worthy mission of the foundation



December 20, 2004 Appearance on Capitol Perspective
 

Senator Kennedy and Foundation Executive Director, John Harlow
 



Senator Kennedy, Foundation Executive Director John Harlow, Tommy Burke, Bill Anderson and Raytheon CIO Rebecca Rhoads with Capitol Perspective Production Staff

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

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