In the 1950s members of the Salmon Arm Kinsmen Club raised financing and personally constructed the Kin wading pool in Fletcher Park. Volunteers pushing the wheelbarrows are Dick Sladen (left) and Gene Spence (right). Image courtesy the Denis Marshall collection in the archives at R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum.

In the 1950s members of the Salmon Arm Kinsmen Club raised financing and personally constructed the Kin wading pool in Fletcher Park. Volunteers pushing the wheelbarrows are Dick Sladen (left) and Gene Spence (right). Image courtesy the Denis Marshall collection in the archives at R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum.

Shuswap history in pictures: Kin wading pool construction

In the 1950s members of the Salmon Arm Kinsmen Club raised financing and personally constructed the Kin wading pool in Fletcher Park. Volunteers pushing the wheelbarrows are Dick Sladen (left) and Gene Spence (right). Image courtesy the Denis Marshall collection in the archives at R.J. Haney Heritage Village & Museum.

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