Almost 600 people were guests at El Paso Inc.’s El Pasoan of the Year luncheon Monday at the Centennial Club on Fort Bliss. The group that brought Triple-A baseball to town was honored with the 2014 El Pasoans of the Year Award, and UTEP’s Centennial Team received the Community Spirit Award.
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Close to 600 people turned out to honor El Paso Inc.’s El Pasoans of the Year for 2014 – five people who were instrumental in bringing Triple-A baseball to town and getting a new ballpark built – and the UTEP Centennial Team that won El Paso Inc.’s Community Spirit Award.
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