The Roberto Clemente Pirates (Youth) Baseball program, in conjunction with the Dorothy Quintana Senior Arts Program, at Roberto Clemente Park’s Dorothy Quintana Community Center will commemorate the late great Puerto Rican ball player and humanitarian Roberto Clemente with the unveiling of his portrait in his honor.

Details of this event are as follows:

Dorothy Quintana Community Center at Roberto Clemente Park 101 NW 34th, Miami 33127

Date and Time:
Wednesday July 2nd, 2014 from 11: a.m.-12noon.

Attendance is free – Café Con Leche will be served.

The Roberto Clemente Pirates Baseball program is composed of Wynwood’s youth and managed by Mr. Jose Moran, Park Manager with staff member Mr. Nicholas Gibson. In addition to teaching baseballs basic skills, team work & techniques , the program offers the area’s youth the opportunity to develop leadership abilities preparing them for the future. The Dorothy Quintana Senior Arts Program serves the seniors of the Wynwood community with arts and crafts instruction, special art projects, lectures addressing issues important to seniors, and the opportunity to come together and celebrate special days. The program is managed by Art Instructor Ms. Maribel Camacho The arts project was named after Wynwood’s legendary Puerto Rican community activist, Dorothy Quintana, who passed away at the age of 101..

A Special “Thank You” to: The City of Miami-Office of the Mayor, Hon. Thomas Regalado; Hon. City of Miami Vice-Chairman Keon Hardemon, Commissioner-District 5; City of Miami Parks & Recreation Department; Borinquen Medical Centers of Miami Dade; WynwoodBrewing Company; Vista Security International; Miami Marlins and Dynamic Community Development Corporation (CDC)