The need for additional baseball fields was evident when many children in the community did not receive priority for scheduling. There were so many adult leagues filling the schedule that they often sent the youth leagues to another county to fulfill their league commitments.
An avenue for ongoing carbon monoxide awareness. Educational exhibits and plaques will be placed at the complex to make the public aware of the dangers.
Generate funds for scholarships. The Foundation will award up to $7,000 annually in sports scholarships to area youth ages 5 to 18. In addition, and as funds allow, the Foundation will contribute to various teams and leagues, including Parker Youth Sports.
Tangible way for community to respond to tragedy. The entire project is a way for people to respond in a positive manner to the loss of the two boys who were members of the community. A sense of pride will be felt by every person and company involved, knowing they made this project a reality.