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It would be a shame to close the Keystone Tennis Center, an important summer amenity

I am writing concerning our tennis center at Keystone. I have been with Keystone for 30 years, and have worked for John Gardiner at the tennis center in the summer.

The center, under John O’Connor, has for so many years been a very special place for the community and guests. The guests, in return, are staying at our resort and eating at our restaurants.

With a little promotion and advertising, the tennis center would carry itself financially.



Personally, I would not vacation in a winter resort where there is no skiing, or in the summer where there is not a tennis center.


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