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City of Enterprise,KS
The City of Enterprise has a beautiful park located on the West side of town. The ground for the park was donated to the city on April 14, 1917 by Catherine America Hoffman. In 2009 The City named the park in her honor "America's Park". There are shelter houses for picnics and there is a native stone building built orgionally for Boy and Girl Scouts. The Scout house may be rented for reunions and other gatherings.
Pictured is the team Circus Act coached by Enterprise native Kyle Emig they were the champions of the Phyllis Jackson memorial slow pitch tournament. Proceeds of the tournament fund the Phyllis Jackson scholarship in honor of her many years of service to the Enterprise community and was a City Council member at the time of her death. Phyllis's Husband Ray Jackson Back left and son Peter Jackson Back right are pictured with the team  displaying their championship rings.