Photo Credit: Sports Illustrated.com
Photo Credit: Sports Illustrated.com

Here’s your chance to meet Pirates Manager Clint Hurdle, Pirates owner Bob Nutting and Former Pirates Pitcher Kent Tekulve.  Next Saturday night.  I hope to see you there.

Saturday, November 16th, the Pittsburgh Rotary Club will be honoring a number of Pittsburgh baseball VIP’s at its 7th Annual Chuck Tanner Awards Banquet.  The following individuals will be present to receive awards.

  • Bob Nutting, Pirates Owner, Chuck Tanner Memorial Award
  • Clint Hurdle, Pirates Manager, 2013 Rotary/Tanner MLB Manager of the Year
  • Sally O’Leary, Retired Pirates Front Office Staff, Distinguished Women in Baseball Award
  • Kent “Teke” Tekulve, Former Pirate Pitcher, Root Sports Announcer, Rotary/Tanner Life Time Achievement Award
  • Marc Marizzaldi, Head Coach of Seton Hill University Men’s Baseball, 2013 Collegiate Baseball Manager of the Year

The Master of Ceremonies for the event will be Paul Alexander of 93.7-FM “The Fan.” Returning to conduct the live auction will be James Roddey, former Allegheny County Executive.  

Erie native and nationally recognized Celebrity Sports Artist Kevin-John is returning to create a special limited edition Kent Tekulve memorabilia print for everyone in attendance and will be present to personally sign his creation.  Kevin-John’s artwork has been showcased on ESPN, Spike TV, and NBC, at Super Bowl XXXIX, XL, XLI and the PGA Tour.

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The proceeds of this charitable event and its silent auction of sports memorabilia and other items will be used to support Pittsburgh Rotary Club operations and its community programs including:

·         Annual High School Ethics Symposium (400+ Student Attendees per year)
·         Rotary Youth Post High-school Scholarships
·         Polio Plus Worldwide

To purchase tickets go to www.chucktannerbanquet.com call 412.471.6210.

Banquet Details:
When: November 16, 2013
Where: Rivers Club, Downtown Pittsburgh
Time:  6pm-10pm

 

 

 

 

 

 

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