Despite West Marin’s significant Spanish-speaking population and a coastal school district in which over half the students are Latino, the Inverness Tennis Club does not have a single Latino among its 130 members. But Doug Johnson, the co-president of the club, says he hopes a bilingual tennis camp—which will kick off its third year this . . .

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