Mountainview music campers perform at Bovill Square in 2017. (Submitted photo)

Salvation Army hosts BBQ and concert at Bovill Square

Children from the Salvation Army’s Mountainview music camp will perform at the concert.


The Salvation Army’s free youth music concert and BBQ at Bovill Square has been cancelled.

“Due to a scheduling conflict at Bovill Square we have had to cancel our BBQ and concert,”Bulkley Valley Ministries Director Tim Sharp said. “We hope to host this event in Smithers as part of our music camp moving forward in the years to come.”


The Salvation Army will be hosting a free youth music concert and BBQ at Bovill Square this Sunday.

The BBQ will be from noon to 2 p.m. and the concert will start at 1 p.m.

Children from the Salvation Army’s Mountainview music camp will perform at the concert.

Middle school to high school aged kids attend the camp.

The concert will be the kids final camp activity and is usually done at the camp site in Houston.

“We thought it would be good to get the kids to give back to the community that actually helps to support to send these kids to camp,” Bulkley Valley Ministries Director Tim Sharp said. “It’s important for us to be involved in the community.”

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