Country Club Public Tour

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    Ariana van den Akker/The Herald Laura and Paul Grammer of Jasper took a walking tour of the former Jasper Country Club golf course Wednesday. The public was invited onto the property, now owned by the City of Jasper, to view it and provide feedback on how the city should use it.

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    Ariana van den Akker/The Herald Addie Seger of Jasper, 4, left, and her sister Ellie, 2, played before their family took a walking tour of the former Jasper Country Club golf course Wednesday. The girls’ parents, Phil and Krista Seger, hope the space, now owned by the City of Jasper, will be turned into a park where their kids can play.

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    Ariana van den Akker/The Herald Jasper Councilman Dave Prechtel looked over the former Jasper Country Club golf course while talking to Sarah Krodel of Jasper, middle, and her husband, Greg, during a public walking tour of the city-owned land Wednesday. The city is trying to determine how to best use the property.

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    Ariana van den Akker/The Herald Dianne Demaegd of Jasper and her husband, Al, drove a golf cart on the former Jasper Country Club golf course Wednesday while viewing the property, which is now owned by the City of Jasper. The city opened the property to the public for a couple of hours to solicit opinions on how the land should be used.

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    Ariana van den Akker/The Herald Krista Seger of Jasper helped her daughter Addie, 4, do a cartwheel while daughter Ellie, 2, played before they took a walking tour of the former Jasper Country Club golf course Wednesday. The city now owns the property and is considering what to do with it.