If the Kenmore area had a Hall of Fame, one of the very first to be recognized would be Mike Donahue. Mike has a 35-year association with Kenmore baseball. At every level he has been available to do what was needed to keep the game alive. He managed, coached, was groundskeeper, and yes, even umpired. His services extended from the little leagues to the Pony League to the Hot Stove league, to high school and the AA League. All his teams recorded better than .500 statistics and along the way they won titles, including two trips to the Hot Stove state finals in Alliance, and assistant coaching duties with the 1986 City Series Champion, Kenmore High. In association with his on the field activities, Mike found time to serve 20 years as administrator. Eleven of those years on the AA Board of Directors. He was instrumental in fund raising efforts for the youth teams, high school and the AA League. Mike is truly dedicated to Kenmore and Akron baseball.