Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 28, 1997 · Page 129
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-t the Rep " 'August 28, 1997 ' The Ari7nna Republic fT Firebirds expect fans to have ball cn historic night reader Phoenix Firebirds' final regular season game WHEN: 7:05 tonight. WHERE: Phoenix Municipal Stadium, 5999 E. Van Buren St. TICKETS: $3 to $8; 990-9528. 1 Ai & " 4 :' J. : :':Wp: :. . . - I :. : A - '. if:'1' :' ' ' ' Janet TrentThe Arizona Republic graves Happy about a family festival that actually catered to families? Looking for a way to spread the word on a great place to have birthday parties? Take a moment to gloat about it. Call our Reader Rave Line, 271-5656, and punch in 9561. Or visit www. azcentral.comentyakback on the Web. -m D3CK Are you angry because there were too many strollers in the aisles at a trade show? Or maybe employees of a family hangout were rude to your little ones. Either' way, be vocal and share your concerns! Call our Bite Back Line, 271-5656, and punch in 9562. Or visit www. azcentral.comentyakback on the Web. stop delivery of your newspaper, and ask 2zS f Th Arizona Ktpublie LiMMidr" 1 I Phineas T. Firebird enjoys kidding around. Just ask 3-year-old Jordan Mesa of Scottsdale, who received a personal visit from the Firebirds' mascot. By Thomas Ropp The Arizona Republic Something is going to happen to Phoenix Firebirds mascot Phineas T. Firebird this evening. But the Firebirds' front office won't say what. . "We can only say it will be good, wholesome family entertainment like always," said George King, Firebirds director of media relations. Tonight is the Firebirds' final regular season game. After the playoffs, the team will conclude a 39-year run and the distinction as being the oldest professional sports franchise in the state. King said tonight's game will be even more family-oriented than usual. In addition to the mysterious goings-on with Phineas T. Firebird, there also will be several former Firebirds greats on hand such as Guy Su-larz to sign autographs and talk Firebirds nostalgia. A special ceremony before the game will "pass the torch" from the Firebirds organization to the Arizona Diamondbacks and their new reign. "We also have a fireworks extravaganza planned after the game," said Andy Taylor, Firebirds assistant director of media relations. "We're going to light up the sky big time." Kids also will be eligible to participate in wacky Firebirds games like "running the bases," "izzy dizzy bat contest" and "tackle the taco." "We'll also be selling our Firebirds nostalgia items like retro caps Your Memorial Connection to All Charities A special vMy to honor the memory of a special life. Make memorial gift to the charity of your choice. Total gift goes directly to the charity. Family notification within 48 hours. Payment by credit card. (AmEVuMC) - I'BOO caix" - ( 1 ..oo-. . 14.50 a added to four gift amount to cow the cc( J AMmQiN of th non-profit lervke. TwSrfFi Sponsored by The American Cancer Society W amino Do Not Hire A WindowDoor Contractor Until You Read This FREE Report! A FREE Report has just been released that reveals the little Known secrets oi now 10 save uiuumikb ui wnws ...hAn tmn nhitw vnnr uinHnuc anrl rtnorc! You'll discover: How to hire the right contractor, how j. , . .l- ....i.i: l.x I to get me rtniuuumg jtw j "if :i J J ripped off. Don't make the xTH.i mistakes that can cost vou thousands! For your copy ot the rcport,."Nine Secrets To Remodeling With Custom Windows," call 362-5771 MtmfaaTOIRKBBDED MESSAGE. Call now! 1 0 ; if -f 1 and T-shirts and uniforms," King said. ' The Firebirds' concession stand for kids 12 and under will sell ever-popular candy brands, cotton candy, pigs in a blanket and kid-size sodas. "This will be a very historic evening," King said. "A piece of Americana will vanish from Phoenix after .this final Firebirds game." Longtime Firebirds Booster Bill . Martin said he is saddened by the end of minor league baseball in Phoenix. "Not to knock the Diamondbacks, but minor league baseball has always been more family oriented," Martin said. "Everything is less expensive and you get closer to the players. After tonight, there will be a major gap in family oriented sports entertainment in the Valley." Appropriately, the Firebirds' final regular season opponent will be the in-state rival Tucson Toros. For purposes of nostalgia, tonight's final game will be played at Phoenix Municipal Stadium and not Scotts-dale Stadium, where the'Firebirds usually play their home games. 51" .".(..r.i. : I W I'M I II H Z525 N. ScotiSuaiB na. (Between Thomas McDowell) FrL, Sat & Sun., Aug. 29th, 30th & 31st ChairTable Massage Holistic Healing S yfisS v :. 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