Construction underway on temporary snow park in Fort St. John

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The crew from Victory Skateboards, has started construction of a temporary snow park along 93rd Avenue in Toboggan Hill Park.

Volunteers were moving snow on Friday and will be building mini features such as boxes and rails. The course will follow 93rd Avenue and finish at the skate park.

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Volunteers are welcome to help build the park. Cole Andrews with Victory Skateboards says construction won’t take long, especially if more members of the community come out and help with construction.

You can contact Andrews, through Victory Skateboards for information about how you can help.

Fort St. John City Council approved the project in December with a minimum of a $5 million liability insurance policy and additional insurance provided by Victory Skateboards.

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