Redmond Rotary presented Redmond North Little League (RNLL) a $2,000 donation for the construction of batting cages at Redmond Ridge Regional Park on Jan. 25. The check, held by Sasha Radojevic and Rotary president A.J. Taylor, was presented to RNLL President Alec Weintraub. The covered and heated batting-cage facility will be available for use year round. Construction is expected to start this fall. More information about the facility and how to contribute is located at <a href="http://www.rnll.org/indoorbatting" target="_blank">http://www.rnll.org/indoorbatting</a> or by emailing sponsorship@rnll.org. Redmond Rotary meets at noon Thursdays for lunch at the Hyatt House in downtown Redmond. For information, visit <a href="http://redmondrotary.org/" target="_blank">http://redmondrotary.org/</a> or download the “Redmond Rotary” mobile app. Courtesy photo

Redmond Rotary presented Redmond North Little League (RNLL) a $2,000 donation for the construction of batting cages at Redmond Ridge Regional Park on Jan. 25. The check, held by Sasha Radojevic and Rotary president A.J. Taylor, was presented to RNLL President Alec Weintraub. The covered and heated batting-cage facility will be available for use year round. Construction is expected to start this fall. More information about the facility and how to contribute is located at http://www.rnll.org/indoorbatting or by emailing sponsorship@rnll.org. Redmond Rotary meets at noon Thursdays for lunch at the Hyatt House in downtown Redmond. For information, visit http://redmondrotary.org/ or download the “Redmond Rotary” mobile app. Courtesy photo

Redmond Rotary up to bat with donation

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Redmond Rotary presented Redmond North Little League (RNLL) a $2,000 donation for the construction of batting cages at Redmond Ridge Regional Park on Jan. 25. The check, held by Sasha Radojevic and Rotary president A.J. Taylor, was presented to RNLL President Alec Weintraub. The covered and heated batting-cage facility will be available for use year round. Construction is expected to start this fall. More information about the facility and how to contribute is located at http://www.rnll.org/indoorbatting or by emailing sponsorship@rnll.org. Redmond Rotary meets at noon Thursdays for lunch at the Hyatt House in downtown Redmond. For information, visit http://redmondrotary.org/ or download the “Redmond Rotary” mobile app.

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