Scottsdale Rotarians take in Cactus League game at Salt River Fields

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Rotary Club of Scottsdale Rotarians, family members and friends recently spent an afternoon at the Salt River Fields at Talking Stick ballpark.

Going to a spring training baseball game has been a longtime annual tradition for the club. The group gathered at noon in an upper level group hospitality area for lunch and fellowship. After lunch, attendees took to their seats to watch a Colorado Rockies and the Chicago Cubs Cactus League game.

Members of the Rotary Club of Scottsdale recently attended a spring training game at Salt River Fields.

Members of the Rotary Club of Scottsdale recently attended a spring training game at Salt River Fields.

The following speakers have been scheduled to talk at upcoming meetings of the Rotary Club of Scottsdale: March 14, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey; March 21, Mark Brnovich, Arizona’s Attorney General; April 4, Cosmologist ASU Professor Paul Davies; April 11, Dr. Mark Slater, VP Research HonorHealth.

On April 18, the club will at noon enjoy a picnic barbecue at Scottsdale’s Rotary Park. Scottsdale Rotary Park is an eight-acre oasis in the heart of Gainey Ranch. The park was built by members of the Rotary Club of Scottsdale and then donated to the City of Scottsdale.

The park features lighted walking paths, a children’s playground, a greenbelt, picnic ramadas, a restroom facility and the world’s first plaza designed in the shape of the Rotary symbol.

Club meetings are held at noon with a buffet lunch at Scottsdale’s McCormick Lakeside Ballroom, which is located at 7401 N Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale.

Visit www.scottsdalerotary.org or call 480-945-6158 to inquire about club meeting reservations, programs, meeting location, projects and membership for local active and retired business professionals.

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