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New Baseball Pavilions Courtesy Honesdale Rotary

The Honesdale Rotary, part of Rotary International, is a service organization dedicated to serving the community and promoting goodwill
Honesdale Little Baseball players now have two brand new baseball pavilions at the Grove Street sports complex, thanks to the Honesdale Rotary. The pavilions are expected to house batting cages and allow the league’s 350 players to practice in all weather circumstances. The Rotary secured a matching grant from the International Rotary Foundation to help fund the $12,000 project. The process was launched by Rotarian Laurie Harrington, with help from Rotary Vice President Jordan Ubertini and President Ken Doolittle. As the season kicked off, players from the Braves (Navy blue uniforms) and the Dodgers (Royal blue) posed with Rotarians and league coaches in front of one of the 1,320 square foot pavilions. 
The Honesdale Rotary, part of Rotary International, is a service organization dedicated to serving the community and promoting goodwill. The group meets Tuesdays at 12noon at Cordaro’s Restaurant. All are welcome. For more information about Rotary, visit www.honesdalerotary.com or on Facebook; for details about the baseball association, visit www.honesdalebaseball.com.
 

(Information from Lisa Champeau)

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