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The pool, located in Muskoseepi Park, opened in early June of 1962, shortly after the former City Hall, located at 99 Ave. and 101 St. Over 800 patrons “tested the waters” on the first weekend of operation. Admission rates at that time ranged from 15 cents a day for a child to $16.00 for a seasonal family pass.
Until 1975, Bear Creek was the only pool in Grande Prairie. The pool closed in 2013 when cracks were discovered in its basin rendering the pool unfit for use. Due to increase interest from the community to re-open the outdoor pool, the facility is expecting to undergo major reconstruction beginning this summer with plans to re-open in summer 2018.
The plaque is comprised of the City Crest attached to the front and a hanger affixed to the back. A local company is likely to have put them together but the Wheeling Tile Company of West Virginia produced the round ceramic element. This firm operated from 1913 to 1960 denoting that this plaque, issued in 1961, was created using obsolete parts.
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