Aldergrove Youth Soccer officials and BC Soccer officials were on hand when Township Councillor Charlie Fox was asked to cut a 'white' ribbon to officially open the outhouse that was installed a few weeks ago at Aldergrove Athletic Park between the two turf fields.

‘Spiffy biffy’ ready at Aldergrove Athletic Park

Township Councillor Charlie Fox was asked to cut a "white" ribbon to officially open the outhouse

Aldergrove Youth Soccer officials and BC Soccer officials were on hand when Township Councillor Charlie Fox was asked to cut a “white” ribbon to officially open the outhouse that was installed a few weeks ago at Aldergrove Athletic Park between the two turf fields.

There are toilets at the Rotary Clubhouse in the park, however, this is quite a distance to walk especially at night time for unescorted youths.

Coun. Fox had been approached by local soccer enthusiasts to have the Township’s Parks and Recreation department to install the much needed facility.

In recognition of his contribution it was decided to informally name the building the “Fox’s Den,” much to Charlie Fox’s surprise and amusement.

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