Rockville Baseball to Celebrate 60 Years of Opening Days

The Rockville Baseball Association will celebrate its 60th anniversary with opening day festivities featuring players, coaches and invited dignitaries on April 12.RBBA-Senior-Final-2012-06-08-20.18.10

The ceremony starts at 9 a.m. at Walter Johnson Field at Dogwood Park featuring the National Anthem sung by Linda Colbert, remarks by RBBA President Dick Clark, an introduction of past presidents, awards for volunteer service and remarks by Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton who will throw a ceremonial first pitch.

As one of Montgomery County’s oldest youth baseball organizations, RBBA serves boys and girls ages 8-18 in Instructional, Pee Wee, Midget, Junior and Senior divisions. RBBA offers neighborhood and school teams. Local businesses or individuals sponsor all teams, helping to keep league fees among the lowest in the area. The nonprofit organization is run entirely by volunteers.

Find more information about the RBBA on their website here.

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Valerie Bonk

About Valerie Bonk

Valerie Bonk is a multimedia reporter and community engagement specialist with Montgomery Community Media (MCM).

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One Response to “Rockville Baseball to Celebrate 60 Years of Opening Days”

  1. On January 25, 2015 at 4:33 pm responded with... #

    Hi,i played in the RBBA IN LATE 60 EARLY 70 AM NOW AN UMPIRE IN VA.I WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER MY SERVICES!!!? Danny




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