Boaters race to save Happy Hour Pavilion

Summer storms and high water levels this year have left the Happy Hour Pavilion on the Pine River hanging on for dear life.

The water levels have washed away a good part of the beach, and the Peace Country River Rats are developing a plan to move the pavilion to higher ground and repair the damage before losing it to the river completely.

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The club will meet Wednesday, Aug. 5 at 7 p.m. to finalize the plan. Volunteers available to help with the rescue and salvage are encouraged to attend, and to bring their own chair.

The meeting will be held at the Alpha Controls shop at 7819 93 Street in Fort St. John. 

Happy Hour
A drive-by photo of the current state of the Happy Hour Pavilion. - supplied

This is a developing story. 

Email sports reporter Dillon Giancola at sports@ahnfsj.ca

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