New park officially opened in Bowser

Tax dollars from the Regional District of Nanaimo and the provincial government were used to fund the project

  • Oct. 8, 2013 7:00 a.m.

NEW PARK IN BOWSER: Alberni-Pacific MLA Scott Fraser gives the new slide a try during the grand opening Thursday of Henry Morgan Community Park in Bowser. Watching Fraser slide were

NEW PARK IN BOWSER: Alberni-Pacific MLA Scott Fraser gives the new slide a try during the grand opening Thursday of Henry Morgan Community Park in Bowser. Watching Fraser slide were, from left, Regional District of Nanaimo chair Joe Stanhope, RDN director Bill Veenhof and Kwalikum First Nations representative Michael Recalma. Funding for this park project was achieved through reserve funds from the Electoral Area H Community Parks budget in the amount of $100,000 and a grant in the amount of $85,000 from the Province of British Columbia’s Community Recreation Program.

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