The generosity of donors and fundraising have paid for all the expenses and improvements at the park. Thank you for helping make this park possible!
In Memory of Tyler Kahle
Tyler Kahle, 19, son of Tom and Michele Kahle, was killed in an industrial accident on July 19th, 2007 while working on the construction of a gold mine in Nome, Alaska. The Canadian based Nova Gold, who owns the mine that contracted Tyler’s employer, contacted Tom and Michele about establishing a memorial for Tyler. Given the Kahle family’s long-standing tradition of involvement in all levels of baseball in the Tomahawk community, the family came back to Nova Gold with the plans for a baseball field which they thought would be a fitting memorial for Tyler, and also be a great benefit to the community. Following a generous $30,000 donation from them, plans were put in motion to begin the planning stage for the construction of the field. The project will build the ball field up to a tournament standard facility, something the City of Tomahawk has been lacking for many years.