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September 13, 1994 | RUSS LOAR
After almost a year of planning, discussion and sometimes heated debate, nearly 100 College Park West residents celebrated the completion of a sand volleyball court at Edison Park. Construction of the court was the first accomplishment of a grass-roots group working to renew the 30-year-old park. Despite objections from neighbors, the City Council approved plans in July to build the volleyball court and refurbish the playground.
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January 3, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
Tennis aficionados in this city are digging through their garages for those old wooden racquets to take part in the second annual Wooden Racquet Classic set for Jan. 13-15 at the Old Ranch Tennis Club. At least the white tennis balls required for the tournament are still sold in some sporting goods stores, event organizers said. Representatives from the United States Professional Tennis Assn. will help coordinate the tournament, in which players will compete according to age and ability level.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 3, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
Tennis aficionados in this city are digging through their garages for those old wooden racquets to take part in the second annual Wooden Racquet Classic set for Jan. 13-15 at the Old Ranch Tennis Club. At least the white tennis balls required for the tournament are still sold in some sporting goods stores, event organizers said. Representatives from the United States Professional Tennis Assn. will help coordinate the tournament, in which players will compete according to age and ability level.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 13, 1994 | RUSS LOAR
After almost a year of planning, discussion and sometimes heated debate, nearly 100 College Park West residents celebrated the completion of a sand volleyball court at Edison Park. Construction of the court was the first accomplishment of a grass-roots group working to renew the 30-year-old park. Despite objections from neighbors, the City Council approved plans in July to build the volleyball court and refurbish the playground.
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