The Town of Parker is looking for contributions and offering recognition in return to build new restrooms and concessions at the recently-built Aaron Hill Field in Parker. Their letter to residents and friends is below.
Recently, the Town of Parker was the recipient of a beautiful new Arizona Diamondbacks Charity Ball Field. Significant benefit has already been realized by this tremendous addition to our community’s parks system. The ball park is a centerpiece for our Town that is destined to be a recreational amenity that will strengthen our youth programs. The Town of Parker is committed to preserving the significance of the Diamondbacks Charity ball field, later named the Aaron HIll Field, that is now a part of Western Park.
The Parks and Recreation Committee have launched an effort to make additional features available at Western Park. The construction of Aaron Hill Field, through an Arizona Diamondbacks grant, is a strong beginning to this vision. We hope that you will support our efforts to renovate the restroom facilities and add concessions that will compliment the field. The cost to construct these new facilities is estimated at $75,000 and generous contributions totaling $45,000 have already been committed.
You can take a swing for the community by making a charitable donation. Here is what you and/or your organization will receive when you make a hit for our youth:
Single – $200 will purchase an 8×8 engraved paver that will build the walkway around the facility.
Double – $500 will purchase a paver and your name displayed on a baseball reproduction.
Triple – $1000 will purchase a paver and your name displayed on a baseball hat reproduction.
Home Run – $2500 will purchase a paver and your name displayed on a baseball jersey reproduction.
Grand Slam – $5000 will purchase a paver and recognition on a bronze plaque mounted on the facility.
We are soliciting your help in furthering this vision to improve and update the Town’s community parks. Please make all payments to the Town of Parker where funds will be held in reserve for the improvement project. Do not wait to engrave your name on the 2014 baseball season. The first pitch for Parker Little League will be in February. This is an invitation for you to become a crucial part of this project.