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Jean Johnson, president of the Perham Rotary Club, led the way in revitalizing the tennis courts at Arvig Park. The courts were originally built by Rotary in 1978, in memory of Frank Adamczyk, an original Perham Rotary member who died in 1972. The work will be finished next spring. Elizabeth Huwe/FOCUS

Tennis courts served a makeover

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Arvig Park, on the north side of Perham, is looking greener than usual, despite the falling leaves and sprinklings of snow.

Originally built in 1978 by the Perham Rotary Club, the park’s tennis courts were starting to look rough and show their age.

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Now, the courts have a freshly patched, covered and painted surface as part of Jean Johnson’s Presidential Rotary project.

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