4:05 PM16:05

Cleveland Indians v. Baltimore Orioles

Game Time: 4:05

Pre-Game Speaker and Time: TBD

Join Club members on Saturday, April 21 for a 4:05 PM afternoon game of the Tribe vs. the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards, Baltimore.

We have reserved seats in Section 53 between home plate and third base just up from the Indians' dugout and in an area protected from rainfall. Tickets are $29 (including taxes and fees), discounted for the Club from $40.

Tom Steich of the Sports Committee is trying to arrange for Paul Hoynes, the Indians beat writer of The Plain Dealer, to talk with the Club in Section 53 before the game. Our previous pre-game talks with broadcaster Jim Rosenhaus were highly successful.

Please indicate your interest by submitting a RSVP here. We will get back in touch with payment instructions (likely by mailed check to arrive by April 10 or PayPal by arrangement with Brooke Stoddard). You will be able to pick up your tickets at the Will-Call Window of Camden Yards. Additional details to follow.

In addition, Tom is working with the Babe Ruth Birthplace Museum, three blocks from Camden Yards, for discounted admission tickets to the Museum that afternoon. Ruth hit his 500th home run at Cleveland's old League Park. Tom has been to the Museum often and says it can be toured in less than half an hour. Additional details to follow.

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12:00 PM12:00

Lunch with Cleveland Foundation's President and CEO Ronn Richard

Note: The start and end times of this event will be updated as details are confirmed.

Please hold May 9 at lunchtime for a meeting with the Cleveland Foundation's President and CEO Ronn Richard. Mr. Richard will inform the Club on what the Cleveland Foundation has been doing to improve the Greater Cleveland area. It should prove to be a most enlightening and informative presentation.

As details become available about time and place, we will be back in touch.

Created in 1914, the Cleveland Foundation was a pioneer in community philanthropy and improvement; it was soon imitated in other major cities. An early project was the "Emerald Necklace" of parks around the city; soon the Cleveland Foundation was spurring reform in the justice and education systems. From donations large and small the Foundation's assets have grown to more than $2 billion and there are few aspects of Greater Cleveland that the Foundation has not worked to improve.

For more about The Cleveland Foundation, visit its website https://www.clevelandfoundation.org

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