November 21, 2009 - Pittsburgh Rotary presents, Third Annual Chuck Tanner Baseball Manager of the Year Gala
What: Reception, Dinner, Silent and Live Auctions, Awards
Where: The Rivers Club
When: November 21, 2009
Time: 5:30 PM Reception, 7:00 PM Dinner
Master of Ceremonies: Larry Richert
Honoree(s): Chuck Tanner, Jim Leyland
Committee Members: Aaron Moody (President of Pittsburgh Rotary), Linda Clautti/Mike Smith (Committee Co-Chair), Sam Reich, Richard Dixon, John Chamberlin, Terry Dougan, Lynne Scanga, Linda Fischer, Wally Jenkins, Bob Williams, Dr. Gene Delserone and Kurt Stein
Invocation: Linda Clautti
Welcome: Mike Smith Rotary Welcome-Aaron Moody
Speaker: Manager of the Year Presentation-Chuck Tanner, Jim Leyland Roast
Auctioneer: James Roddey
Special Thanks: Larry Richert, James Roddey, The Rivers Club, The HYP Club, John Bell
Blacktie Photos by: Jill M. Kummer
Pittsburgh Rotary presents Chuck Tanner Baseball Manager of the Year Gala with guests Linda Clautti, Richard Dixon, Kurt Stein and Mike Smith
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The Rotary Club of Pittsburgh was organized on
Currently, the Rotary Club of Pittsburgh has approximately 160 members, and has had as many as 350 or more during its 93 years of existence. Seven members from the club have served as District Governor to District 7300, soon to be 8 in 2005. Additionally, the Rotary Club of Pittsburgh is proud to be the 20th club founded and will enjoy hosting the “First 100 Clubs Centennial Bell” in November, 2004. The Rotary Club of Pittsburgh has spawned 10 of the 51 District 7300 clubs currently in existence.
The Rotary Club of Pittsburgh is involved with many projects and programs through its
On the local community front, the Rotary Club of Pittsburgh recently awarded eight (8) $5,000 scholarships to college-bound high school seniors through our CMS Realize Your Dream Scholarship Program, which is coming up again in the spring of 2004. Program Hope, our fall career awareness fair, hosts over 3,000 8th grade students at the convention center for a career fact finding experience, and is held in conjunction with Junior Achievement and the
As of last year, our primary fundraising vehicle has been the Ducky Derby. This program has afforded us the opportunity to not only raise funds for these and many more worthwhile programs and projects, but to also work closely with other District 7300 clubs and bring the District closer together.
For more information about the Rotary Club of Pittsburgh, please visit our website at: www.pittsburghrotary.org or call 412-471-6210.