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Posted: Tuesday, March 30, 2010 11:00 pm

Sen. Frank Antenori, D-30, speaks at the Foothills Rotary Club this Friday, April 2.

The luncheon begins at noon Friday at the Metropolitan Grill, Oracle and Magee in Oro Valley.

It is open to the public, for $15 a meal. To make reservations, contact Bill Barnett at 401-2300 or send email to billnpetra@msn.com.

Antenori lives in Vail. He was born and raised in Scranton, Pa. He is a decorated military veteran, receiving the Bronze Star for Valor in Iraq, and wrote the book "Roughneck Nine-One: The Extraordinary Story of a Special Forces A-Team at War."

He retired from the military in June of 2004, and now works as a program manager at Raytheon, overseeing the development of hybrid vehicles for the military.

The Republican serves on the government institutions, public safety and human services, and veterans and military affairs committees.

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