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Red Sox Rally

Red Sox fans and supporters chant Red Sox during a Tuesday Rotary Club rally at City of Palms Park.  The club volunteers at City of Palms Park to help with parking during spring training, and held a luncheon and rally in support of keeping the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers.  Michel Fortier/StaffJohB

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Red Sox fans and supporters chant Red Sox during a Tuesday Rotary Club rally at City of Palms Park. The club volunteers at City of Palms Park to help with parking during spring training, and held a luncheon and rally in support of keeping the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers. Michel Fortier/StaffJohB

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  • Left to right, Gary Green, John McGowan, Jon Zehnder and Jeff Mudgett put up a banner in the City of Palms Park media room Tuesday. The Fort Myers Rotary Club, who volunteers at City of Palms Park to help with parking during spring training, held a luncheon and rally in support of keeping the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Florida State Senator Burt Saunders leads the pledge of allegiance Tuesday  prior to the start of a Red Sox rally by the Fort Myers rotary club the ball club's stadium.  The club volunteers at City of Palms Park to help with parking during spring training, and held a luncheon and rally in support of keeping the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers.  Michel Fortier/StaffJohB
  • Jeff Mudgett, left, chants Red Sox along with other attendants at a Tuesday Rotary Club rally at City of Palms Park.  The club volunteers at City of Palms Park to help with parking during spring training, and held a luncheon and rally in support of keeping the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers.  Michel Fortier/StaffJohB
  • Red Sox fans and supporters chant Red Sox during a Tuesday Rotary Club rally at City of Palms Park.  The club volunteers at City of Palms Park to help with parking during spring training, and held a luncheon and rally in support of keeping the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers.  Michel Fortier/StaffJohB
  • Bob Sheehan straigtens the American Flag prior to the start of a Red Sox rally by the Fort Myers rotary club on Tuesday at the stadium.  The club volunteers at City of Palms Park to help with parking during spring training, and held a luncheon and rally in support of keeping the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers.  Michel Fortier/StaffJohB
  • Phil Croke of Fort Myers looked pensive at times as he pondered the thought of possibly loosing the Boston Red Sox spring training camp to Sarasota Tuesday, while listening to speeches by Red Sox in Fort Myers supporters. The Fort Myers rotary club, who volunteers at City of Palms Park to help with parking during spring training, held a luncheon and rally in support of keeping the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Left to right, Gary Green, John McGowan, and Jon Zehnder put up a banner in the City of Palms Park media room Tuesday. The Fort Myers rotary club, who volunteers at City of Palms Park to help with parking during spring training, held a luncheon and rally in support of keeping the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers.  Michel Fortier/StaffJoh
  • Jon Zehnder laughs at a speech being given by Lee County commissioner Ray Judah Tuesday at City of Palms Park on keeping the Red Sox in Fort Myers.  The Fort Myers rotary club, who volunteers at City of Palms Park to help with parking during spring training, held a luncheon and rally in support of keeping the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers.  Michel Fortier/StaffJoh

The Fort Myers rotary club, who volunteers at City of Palms Park to help with parking during spring training, held a luncheon and rally in support of keeping the Boston Red Sox in Fort Myers.

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