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Scottsdale Mayor Ortega attends Navy proclamation presentation

Posted 2/27/24

A formal presentation of the Navy Week Proclamation from Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega took place Feb. 27 at USS Arizona Memorial Gardens, 7455 N. Pima Road. 

The event included a welcome …

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Scottsdale Mayor Ortega attends Navy proclamation presentation

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A formal presentation of the Navy Week Proclamation from Scottsdale Mayor David Ortega took place Feb. 27 at USS Arizona Memorial Gardens, 7455 N. Pima Road. 

The event included a welcome from Ortega and a reading of the proclamation, as well as remarks from Thomas  Schoenbeck, executive director, Naval Special Warfare Command, Nikki Stratton, the ship sponsor of the newly commissioned USS Arizona (and granddaughter of one of the survivors of the USS Arizona), and Vice President Ricardo Leonard, from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.