• TENNIS A-1


    LET THERE BE LIGHT: San Marino Tennis Foundation members assembled to raise a sparkling cider and celebrate the new lights on two of Lacy Park’s courts. PICTURED ABOVE, left to right, are Cindy, Roger and Quinten Hollomand, Bill Francis and Sally Francis, Tina Karwasky, Mustapha Baha, John Rossiter, Genevieve Lucas, Bill Payne, Birgit and Jack Gabig, Jeannie and Wally Jackson, Karen Stracka, Cathy and Jim Gott, John Lucas, Pete Lahey, Adrian Piña, San Marino Mayor Richard Sun, Tennis Foundation professional Sam Lizzul, Charlie Perry, Ruth Roberts, Byron Nelson, Karen Wicke, Shirley and Clare Jagels, Danny and Louise Nixon, Stephanie Perry and Bob Wicke. Mitch Lehman Photo

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