Brenda J. Latham

Travelers Championship spot on the line at Connecticut PGA Championship

Brian Keiser will be trying for the three-peat at the 91st Connecticut PGA Championship beginning Monday at the Black Hall Club in Old Lyme.

The head pro at Longmeadow Country Club in Longmeadow, Mass. — which is a part of the Connecticut Section — is not only trying for his third consecutive victory in the championship, but also the exemption into the Travelers Championship. It is the one exemption granted to the Connecticut Section.

Among the former champions in the field is Adam Rainaud, the head pro at CC of New Canaan and a former assistant at the Black Hall

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Leveraging Mobile Technology to Combat 5 Common Hotel Operational Hiccups – stayntouch

Hiccup 3: Overwhelming Administrative Work

For the hospitality industry, administrative work is the very definition of a necessary evil. While hotels require a certain amount of repetitive paperwork to function, too much can contribute to employee burnout and stand in the way of engaging staff-guest interactions. 

No guest wants to talk to a staff member who is constantly buried in their screen, and no hotel employee started a hospitality career with the dream of doing paperwork. Fortunately, a cloud-native PMS can automate many common administrative tasks, such as room assignment, payment collection, report scheduling, and bulk check-in/ check-out, leaving staff

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‘A gold mine of Asian history and culture’

A tour of Asian cultural and historical sites in Stockton has helped some Bay Area high school students get closer to their roots.

On Thursday, University of the Pacific professor emeritus Richard Tenaza led a group of 10 students and three teachers from San Mateo’s Nueva High School on a tour featuring the Filipino Plaza, Nippon Hospital, Little Manila, and Wat Dhammararam Cambodian Buddhist Temple, among other historical sites.

“I feel more connected to my culture because of this tour,” Winston Li, a junior at Nueva School, said. “It was really cool and eye-opening to learn about the Asian Americans

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Hull clash was ‘ideal preparation’ for Wigan ahead of final says coach

Matt Peet Wigan Warriors SWpix Credit: PA Images

Wigan head coach Matt Peet says the clash against Hull was ‘ideal preparation’ for their Challenge Cup final against Huddersfield next Saturday.

Despite a slow start going down 12-0, Wigan were 18-all early in the second half and threatened a late comeback against Hull.

However, a late Chris Satae try secured a 31-22 win for the hosts, their eighth of the campaign.

Despite the result, Peet remained upbeat about his side’s performance ahead of next week. The Warriors will travel to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to face the Giants in the prestigious

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