Dan Flinkfelt, left, and Ricky Schuh, both employees of Lewis Surface Development Company in Yakima, follow temporary chalk lines Wednesday while pushing rolling tape dispensing machines in preparation for painting permanent lines on the recently refurbished tennis courts at Lawrence Scott Park in Kennewick. The work is part of an extensive repair and resurfacing project for the park’s tennis, basketball and pickleball courts. Construction of three new pickleball courts also was part of the city project.
Dan Flinkfelt, left, and Ricky Schuh, both employees of Lewis Surface Development Company in Yakima, follow temporary chalk lines Wednesday while pushing rolling tape dispensing machines in preparation for painting permanent lines on the recently refurbished tennis courts at Lawrence Scott Park in Kennewick. The work is part of an extensive repair and resurfacing project for the park’s tennis, basketball and pickleball courts. Construction of three new pickleball courts also was part of the city project. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Dan Flinkfelt, left, and Ricky Schuh, both employees of Lewis Surface Development Company in Yakima, follow temporary chalk lines Wednesday while pushing rolling tape dispensing machines in preparation for painting permanent lines on the recently refurbished tennis courts at Lawrence Scott Park in Kennewick. The work is part of an extensive repair and resurfacing project for the park’s tennis, basketball and pickleball courts. Construction of three new pickleball courts also was part of the city project. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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