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TINK LARSON FIELD GRANDSTAND PROJECT | GROUNDBREAKING CEREMONY
August 9, 2017 4:30pm

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City goes back out for bids on ballfield, construction could start in ...
Southernminn.com-Jul 19, 2017
Waseca City Council has authorized to go out for a second round of bids for the Tink Larson Field reconstruction, which could start next month if ...


KARE - ‎Apr 6, 2017‎
WASECA, Minn. - It's been a year since Tink Larson Field was completely lost in a fire officials deemed suspicious. Yet, the details of how it happened and who's responsible, remain a mystery. The Waseca Police Department says they've followed up on ...

Southernminn.com - ‎Apr 6, 2017‎
Fire aftermath. Suzy Rook. Paul Larson, one of Tink Larson's two sons, looks over the burned out remains of Tink Larson Field grandstand the morning after the April 6, 2016 fire. A year later the case remains unsolved. (County News file photo). prev ...

KEYC - ‎Apr 6, 2017‎
... who was responsible for starting the fire that engulfed the grandstand on the evening of April 6, of 2016. Plans for the future grandstand include 200 seats for spectators, street level access to a welcome plaza, a press box and open sight lines to ...

Council seeks proposals for ball field construction manager adviser
Southernminn.com-Feb 8, 2017
After authorizing construction documents for the new Tink Larson Field grandstand, Waseca City Council took the next step to communicate with ...

COMMUNITY AWARDS: From the lakes to the ball field, Rathmann ...
Southernminn.com-Feb 4, 2017
On the flip side, Rathmann's involved in yet another high-profile project: raising money to rebuild the Tink Larson Field grandstand. With some luck and a lot of ...

School Board discusses ball field, ice arena, other financial ...
Southernminn.com-Feb 3, 2017
This comes after the Tink Larson Field Rebuild Committee and the Waseca Hockey Association separately approached the district to ask it to contribute to those ...


Council authorizes construction documents for Tink Larson Field design
Southernminn.com - ‎Jan 18, 2017‎
Council members had questions about how these would be maintained and how they would look on the field. City Manager Danny Lenz said that city staff would be involved in discussions and that, as with all donations, the council would have to approve ...

KEYC - ‎Jan 18, 2017‎
Donations are pouring in to help rebuild the Tink Larson Field Grandstand destroyed by a fire last April. The Larson Field Campaign Committee has recently received a $100,000 donation from the Minnesota Twins. The Waseca VFW is also lending a hand ...
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Help us raise our goal of 1.0 million dollars to complete the 1.8 million dollar new grandstand project.
 
THE PLAN
SHARE YOUR STORY
The new grandstand will have:

  • 200 seat facility for spectators
  • Open sight lines to field
  • Street level access to:                              
o   Press Box
o   Welcome Plaza
o   Concession Stand
o   ADA Compliant Seating 
o   ADA Compliant Restrooms
Why is Tink Larson Field meaningful to you?  Tell us your favorite story and we will add it to the list on the website 
HOW CAN YOU HELP?
Please help us reach our goal and create an inviting baseball facility for the Waseca community and visitors to enjoy..

• With partial insurance coverage and city support, a goal of an additional 1 million dollars is needed to make the new facility a reality by the fall of 2017.

• B.E.S.T. of Waseca County, a 501(c)3 non profit is the designated entity to accept all contributions.

• Please download brochure and the TLF Campaign pledge forms here:




 
 
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ABOUT US
The Tink Larson Field (TLF) Campaign committee is comprised of Waseca area citizens who are passionate about continuing the deep Waseca Baseball tradition by replacing the iconic grandstand at Tink Larson Field lost in the fire of April, 2016.  We are leading the fundraising efforts in cooperation with the Waseca City Council with a goal to begin construction on the facility in the Fall of 2017.