- December 13, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to picnic on a snowmobile; Whistler Village; glamour shots; dog; opening presents; town planning; portraits; dancing; nativity play; advent dinner; bar; West Coast Sports and Ski Swap; cars; Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year awards; Whistler Snowmobile Services; Squamish Youth Chorale performing Dawn of a Promise ; West Coast Sports Mountain Shadow Saturday fashion show; VOX Humana Ensemble of Vancouver
Appears in December 13, 1984 issue:
02-386-118. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] Molly Boyd receives the plaque honouring her as the Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Saturday. Brian Walholvd, last year's winner, announced to the crowd that Boyd was the 1984 winner for her involvement and extra commitment to the community. More pictures follow on page 16.
02-386-57. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] The Squamish Youth Chorale performed Dawn of Promise, a Christmas musical written by Walt Harrah, Saturday evening in Myrtle Philip School before an audience of 150. The chorale, composed of more than 60 members, also has six Whistler members and is lead by musical directors Norah Teel and Dave Conrad. (Top) The full chorale gathered for the grand finale.
02-386-32. Pg. 3. Caption: [left] Bob Flitton, new deputy minister of lands, parks and housing.
02-386-132. Pg. 9. Caption: Club 10 was the host to West Coast Sports Mountain Shadows Saturday night, a fashion show featuring more than 29 different outfits all available at the ski outlet; All the models got together for one final display wearing moon boots by Diadora.
02-386-99. Pg. 13. Caption: Poet and translator Wayne Holder gave a reading of his own poetry and his translations of Estonian poet Marie Under at Germaine's Licks Sunday evening. Holder, who has travelled extensively in Estonia, is one of few translators of Estonian literature. Under, a member of PEN International has twice been nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature.
02-386-63. Pg. 16. Caption: [left] Herb Capozzi, left, was the keynote speaker at Saturday's 18th Annual Chamber of Commerce dinner dance held this year in Dusty's He kept the audience laughing with an extended series of one-liners and jokes before he reached the main point of his speech: that only constant is change in the world and appalling to it.
02-386-57. Pg. 16. Caption: [right] The Chamber also announced its new slate of executives for 1985 which includes from left to right, Roger Stacey and Nancy Trieber as vice-presidents and Dave Kirk as president. Mayor Terry Rodgers inducted the new executive which resulted in laughter among the crowd when the three members attempted to read their chamber pledge in unison.
02-386-94. Pg. 17. Caption: [top] Pierre Couture opens a bottle of O'Keefe High Test in the Brass Rail, which boasts the most brass of any bar in Whistler.
02-386-112. Pg. 17. Caption: [middle] Bartender Michael Branlon pours another pint of draft in the Longhorn, which has recently undergone substantial renovations.
02-386-97. Pg. 17. Caption: [bottom] Club 10 has always been one of the hot spots and occasional DJ Rod Pencil, known as The Rapper, sets up another record.
02-386-19. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] Whistler Snowmobile Services gave a party on the way to Meager Creek Saturday.
02-386-16. Pg. 20. Caption: Mike Young really flipped last Saturday during Whistler Snowmobile Services attempt to reach Meager Creek.
02-386-42. Pg. 22. Caption: [top] Mischa Redmond shows some of the money he's collected on his door-to-door African famine relief campaign.
02-386-125. Pg. 26. Caption: Two people received minor injuries in a collision at the Village Gate Boulevard and Highway 99 intersection. The Volkswagon (background) was turning left onto the boulevard when the second car, unable to stop because of heavy snow, slammed into it. About $2,100 worth of damage was done to the two vehicles. The VW driver was charged with making an improper left-hand turn.