Wacky weather was a factor in the later than usual opening date for Warfield Centennial Pool. Generally, the pool is open on the May long weekend for Warfield Days, but not this year. “We wanted to paint the entire pool so it was difficult to find several non-rainy days in a row,” says Corporate Officer Jackie Patridge. “There are no major problems otherwise … we will be open soon, in time for Webster swim lessons.” The filling began mid-week, so if all goes well, Patridge said the goal is to have the pool ready the first week of June. (Sheri Regnier photo)

Fill ‘er up

With painting now complete, the Warfield pool is being filled this week.

SHERI REGNIER

Trail Times

With painting now complete, the Warfield pool is being filled this week.

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