TOP PHOTO: Brady Goodman is cleaning the squared area that was sawed. Joe Potter is checking for accuracy with the meter to the left of the photo.

Joe Potter is laying out the location for the 3 x 3 square that will be dug out and filled with concrete; a 3 x 3 x 3 square.

By Charlie Hutson

LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – On Tuesday morning, two members of he JCR Construction Company started work on the new recreation department building. The new 100-feet build is located on the former tennis court property across from the First Presbyterian Church.

Brady Goodman is sawing out the 3 x 3 foot space where the upright steel for the building will rest. The entire hole is 3 x 3 x 3 feet.
JCR Construction is locally owned and operated by Justin Robbins.

Brady Goodman said that JCR’s part of the project, building being up, should be completed in four weeks or less with good weather. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 01/26/2023-6AM)

One Reply to “Former tennis courts giving way to new rec center building”

  1. When were those courts built? I think I remember them from my 7th grade year at the Jr High (the old-old high school that used to be there). That was 1974.

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