- February 2, 1980
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to Pemberton Party; costumes; acting; skiing; truck; fire; sports team photos
02-059-48. Pg. 1. Caption: This is not Glacier Bay -- it is merely the town centre plaza under 20cm of water.
02-059-34. Pg. 3. Caption: Rotarian Rudy Hoffman with Rotary Exchange Student Regina de Castro.
02-059-50. p.4. Caption: Pemberton Secondary Senior Girls Basketball Team. Back: Mrs. Sue Thiessen, Inez Dan, Bernice Gilmore, Patty Perkins, Robin Ward, Front: Tracey Arnet, Tracy Lefebvre, Kathy Zurcher, Pam Spencer, Sirley LeBlanc.
02-059-51. Caption: Pemberton Secondary Cheerleaders. L to R. Lori McNaught, Allison Alder, Andrea Ross, Angela Frederick.
02-059-52. Caption: Pemberton Senior Boys Basketball Team. L. to R. Coach Ron Renvelle, Lorne Gopp, Duane Hustins, Dan Bain, Dale Chumley, Howard Chumley, Bruce Miller, John Beks, Robert Ritchie.
02-059-44. Pg. 5. Caption: Package No. 4. is in the bag! Like a number of the other town centre buildings, this one is shrouded in plastic.
02-059-1. Pg. 6. Caption: George Henry slices the roast of beef while the teachers from Ts'zil and Pemberton wait their turn.
02-059-5. Pg. 6. Caption: Pemberton teachers enjoy their dinner at the Teacher's Association evening.
02-059-13, 15-18, 20, 23, 27, 31. Pg. 7. Caption: At the Pemberton Teachers Frolic: Clockwise from top left - Queen Devina shows her style; clockwise from top left: D. Watsonski of the Polish softball team; Corral Corra; Barkeepers Adamson and McNaught; Canoeist Brenda makes a point with Jim Spencer; The Ts'zil staff skit: Pemberton Pub Crawling Team; 1924 style swimmer Grace; Cowherder Hilda.
02-059-39. Pg. 10. Caption: It may be cheaper by bus-but if you want to save $11 just bike up the Olympic!
02-059-36. Pg. 11. Caption: The snow and the crowds keep coming! The scene at the Olive Chair on Saturday, February 2 at 9:30 a.m.
02-059-42. Pg. 12. Caption: The new powder blue RCMP vehicle.
02-059-45. Pg.  or back cover. Caption: Cross Country enthusiast Nello Busdon carefully waxes his skis before heading out on the Lost Lake Trail.