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Diamond Club in need of volunteers

Pandemic puts strain on support

Posted 2/10/21

Peoria Diamond Club is still  looking for volunteers to help at the upcoming spring training season at the Peoria Sports Complex.

The volunteer labor force efforts provides funding for their …

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Help

Diamond Club in need of volunteers

Pandemic puts strain on support

Posted

Peoria Diamond Club is still  looking for volunteers to help at the upcoming spring training season at the Peoria Sports Complex.

The volunteer labor force efforts provides funding for their successful grant program, giving back to youth charities in the west valley.

Volunteers can have some fun at the ball park while helping the Peoria Diamond Club help children.

All health and safety protocols will be followed. Positions include ticket takers, ushers, guest services, 50/50 raffle sellers, parking attendants and auction table attendants. There will be no cash handling this year.

Those interested should call the PDC office at 623-773-8710 or email Rebecca Wright at volunteers@peoriadiamondclub.org.

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