Ground broken for new human foosball court

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

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Mayor Kurt Maddox (center) joins fellow Lions Club members at the shovel to turn the first earth for the city's new human foosball court, sponsored by the Lions Club and Gravette businessman Danny White. Jeff Davis is secretary-treasurer of the local club, district secretary and district newsletter editor. Bill Mattler is president of the Gravette Lions Club and District 7-I zone chairman.

Mayor Kurt Maddox (center) joins fellow Lions Club members at the shovel to turn the first earth for the city's new human foosball court, sponsored by the Lions Club and Gravette businessman Danny White. Jeff Davis is secretary-treasurer of the local club, district secretary and district newsletter editor. Bill Mattler is president of the Gravette Lions Club and District 7-I zone chairman.
Photo by Susan Holland

GRAVETTE -- Members of the Gravette Lions Club gathered at Pop Allum Park Saturday morning, March 3, to break ground for the city's new human foosball court. Mayor Kurt Maddox was present and helped man the shovel to turn the first earth.


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