45 archival descriptions results for Alpine Meadows
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- November 1, 1978
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to Community Club social dinner; drinking; musicians; acting; car accidents; houses; Vancouver Ski Show
02-033-16. pg. 1. Caption: Suzanne Wilson and Nello & Jenny Busdon enjoy dinner while the chow line in the background looks on. The scene was the Community Club's social at the school on Saturday.
02-033-23. Pg. 4. Caption: One more vehicle unloads its contents onto the large pile of building material debris collecting under the power line at Function Junction.
02-033-30. Pg. 8. Caption: The western pine log home nearing completion in Alpine Meadows - construction by Canadiana Homes Corp.
02-033-27. Appears in Nov. 15, 1978 issue. Caption reads: Package #7 - The new Post Office site is identified at the Town Centre with the school in the background.
02-033-09. Appears in Nov. 8, 1978 issue. Caption reads: Gordon "Bush" Turner calculates while Candy Rustad parades at the Community Club skit on October 28.
- October 4, 1982
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to Whistler Village; tractor; exercises; Brownies; children's activities; mountain views; Whistler Conference Centre; awards; building a boat; The Downhill Shop; Valley Inns; signs; medical clinic; Niels Petersen Band
Appears in October 7, 1982 issue:
02-301-27. Pg. 1. Caption: Whistler's Brownies rekindled the campfire spirit Oct. 4 when they gathered at Myrtle Philip School for the first meeting of the year.
02-301-121. Pg. 2. Caption: Parking problems -- is there light at the end of the tunnel?
02-301-126. Pg. 2. Caption: See caption above.
02-301-129. Pg. 2. Caption: See caption above.
02-301-6. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Municipal crews levelled out the roller-coaster surface of the former construction campsite to ready it for winter parking. Administrator Geoff Pearce reported that the work was done at minimal cost. A decision has not yet been made as to whether the site will be used for free parking, pay parking or employee parking.
02-301-10. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The winning team (minus one key player -- Mick Maloney), who put together Whistler's weekly miracle, the Question, which was judged top in its class by B.C. and Yukon Community Newspapers Association Oct. 2.
02-301-72. Pg. 5. Caption: T'is the season to get sawing and chopping. These Alpine residents seem well prepared for winter's onslaught.
02-301-93. Pg. 6. Caption: [top left] Terry Rodgers, Alderman, White Gold Estates.
02-301-31. Pg. 6. Caption: [top middle] Don Biggar, Consulting Engineer, Alpine Meadows.
02-301-91. Pg. 6. Caption: [top right] June Paley, WMSC Hostess, Whistler Cay (MDC)
02-301-112. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom left] Parts of the old ventilation system from Peter's Underground, which were removed by workmen Oct. 3.
02-301-109. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom right] Staff member at Peter's Underground shows the newly installed pizza oven, which is part of the renovations Peter Skoros plans for the winter season.
02-301-117. Pg. 8. Caption: Members of the Niels Petersen Band. Niels Petersen (lead vocals), Connie Lebeau (base guitar), Christopher Allen (Harp) and Gary Petersen (drums) warm up an act that will be entertaining Whistlerites all winter. The band will be appearing at Tapley's and at the Brass Rail throughout the ski season.
02-301-78. Pg. 9. Caption: A crew of landlubbers helped hoist the deck onto the sleek craft which Cress Walker and Paul Clark have been building all summer long in the driveway of their Alpine Meadows home.
02-301-21. Pg. 10. Caption: Dryland downhill training -- Dave Murray takes Blackcomb and Whistler Ski club members through some of the exercises that helps limber up skiers for the season opening.
02-301-105. Pg. 12. Caption: [bottom] Dennis and Judy Waddingham display the new sign painted by Charlie Doyle, which hangs outside their store in Whistler village. Opening day will be before the mountains begin their season.
02-301-102. Pg. 16. Caption: Mac Pac Ad left Adventures West
02-301-98. Pg. 16. Caption: Mac Pac Ad Right Whistler Vale
- August 9, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to soccer teams; break-dancing in Whistler Village; portraits; band playing; Sewer Plant installation; birds; Delta Hotel; election campaign; bike race; swimming in the lake and jumping off a tree; children; watermain break; Dandelion Daycare Walkathon
Appears in August 9, 1984 issue:
02-392-123. Pg. 1. Caption: Members of the Whistler Mountain Ski Club took a swing into Lost Lake during the balmy weather last Saturday. Although it seemed we had a lot of sun last month, CBC radio weatherman John Paschal says it's quite normal for this time of year.
02-392-67. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Bob Lawrence, Pemberton conservation officer, holds an injured young goshawk he recently rescued. The goshawk is considered uncommon to rare in North America, and is also found in Africa, Madagascar and parts of the southwest Pacific. Adults reach a size of up to 63 cm in length.
02-392-43. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Break dancers in Village Square entertained throngs of visitors to Whistler Monday afternoon. One of the dancers did a spin on his head but warning: don't try it yourself without proper instruction.
02-392-76. Pg. 7. Caption: Two separate water main projects last Wednesday caused the water to most of the village, Alta Vista and Brio to be shut off from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Workmen from Coastal Mountain Excavations installed a water main connector (above) to service the soon-to-be-built waterslide while a crew from Kal Sprinklers laid a water main extension to the new Municipal Hall and Village North Lands. According to engineer Doug Wylie, the lack of water resulted from a combination of the two projects and Kal Sprinklers failing to open a valve. Usually, says Wylie, there are enough loops in the water system so that if one section of the water main is turned off, water can loop through other pipes to the affected areas.
02-392-18. Pg. 8. Caption: West Van City (in solid jerseys) managed to put three goals past the Montecristo net minder Monday afternoon to edge out the East Vancouver squad 3-2 and take first prize in the Whistler Women's Soccer Tournament on the weekend. West Van appeared to be walking all over Montecristo when they took a 3-0 lead. but in the final 15 minutes of the game, the feisty Montecristo team scrambled back to score two goals and pressure the talented West Van squad. West Van City outscored its opponents 14 to 6 in the eight-team tournament.
02-392-31. Pg. 9. Caption: Schultz Brandt, a familiar figure around town, held his seventh annual tea party Sunday. It's not just an ordinary tea party, though Schultz's tea collection contains 200 varieties including 82 black teas from all over the world. In addition to his marvellous collection of teas, Schultz has a smaller but equally comprehensive assortment of teapots.
02-392-88. Pg. 12. Caption: Mayor Mark Angus in front of his home in Alpine Meadows.
02-392-59. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Pat Seipp, Physiotherapist, Mission.
02-392-58. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Narain B. Sajnani, Counsellor and Yoga Teacher, Nesters.
02-392-54. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Marc Bombois, Student, Emerald Estates.
02-392-104. Pg. 16. Caption: John Fraser, head of Tantalus strata council, handed the hotel's keys over to Simon Cooper of the Delta chain last Tuesday night. The Delta will operate the 80-room facility.
02-392-141. Pg. 17. Caption: Amy MacKenzie walked through the pouring rain Sunday for a worthy cause -- The Dandelion Day-Care Walkathon. Daycare parents figure the event raised about $1,500 to go towards a new location.
- July 19, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to portraits; baseball; doctor's office; band playing; Rotary Installation barbecue
Appears in July 19, 1984 issue:
02-395-C-3. Pg .3 . Caption: [top] It was the annual Rotary Installation last Wednesday at Sid Young's house in Alpine Meadows overlooking 19-Mile Creek. Rotarians and guests were feted with steak prepared by Rudi Hoffmann and lobster, flowing in from Nova Scotia, boiled by Ted Nebbeling, District Governor Ralph Crawford also installed Sid Young as the service organization's new president, taking over from Geoff Pearce. As well, Floyd Eclair becomes vice-president, Doug Fox secretary, Nick DiLalla sergeant-at-arms, Walter Zebrowski treasurer, Arv Pellegrin club service director,Brian Brown youth and international service director and Jon Paine vocation service director.
02-395-B-15. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] See caption above.
02-395-A-10. Pg. 8. Caption: Stoney's player Ron McCready catches a pop-fly in a match against Team Suds Monday, but it was all in vain. Stoney's lost 14-1 to the Suds squad.
02-395-A-15. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Yves Boulanger, Unemployed, Adventures West.
02-395-A-18. Pg. 14. Caption: [bottom] You put your knees up and you toss the cool drinks down when the sun comes out at Whistler. Temperatures climbed as high as 30.4 C in the past week. Even at the Toni Sailer Ski Camp there were hot times. On Monday at noon the temperature at Midstation on Whistler Mountain was 21 C.
- June 14, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to portraits; roof; car wash; houses; swimming naked; repairing broken wooden bridge; golf course maintenance; baseball; Rainbow Ski area
Appears in June 14, 1984 issue:
02-401-B-31. Pg. 1. Caption: No-one skis anymore at the former Rainbow Ski area just off Highway 99 between Alpine Meadows and Emerald Estates but at one time it was the only place in Whistler open for night skiing. The ski jump was built by volunteers in the mid-1970s but a few winters of low snowfalls in the valley forced owners to shut-down operations in the 1979-80 season.
02-401-A-12. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Kids, cars and parents turned out Saturday for a car wash and bake sale that netted over $200 for the school's parent/teacher group. Police-cars, a fire truck and a whole flotilla of private vehicles stopped for spring cleaning.
02-401-A-22. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Three locked-out truckers picketed The Grocery Store in the village. Tuesday, preventing other union members from bringing supplies to the store. Picketing trucker Dayton MacKenzie said they are protesting their employer's decision to use "scab" drivers for food deliveries. Employer Slade and Stewart LTd. has locked out, Vancouver employees, and other employees in B.C. are on strike as of Tuesday. Grocery Store owner Geoff Power was unavailable for comment at press time.
02-401-C-9. Pg. 6. Caption: Emergency Services (last year called Tri-Services) overcame a mid-game spurt by the team from CItta to post a 17-12 victory on Monday in Whistler Beer League slo-pitch softball league action. Emergency Services now has a sparkling record of three wins and no losses.
02-401-B-5. Pg. 7. Caption: An Alpine Paving crew was hard at work last Wednesday paving the mini golf course just behind L'Apres at the gondola. Whistler Mountain hopes to have the Tattersfield and Associates designed course ready for operation by Saturday, June 16, but promise to definitely have it ready for play by the following weekend. Eighteen holes will cost players $2.
02-401-A-25. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Jean Jacques Finel, Hotel clerk, Vancouver.
02-401-A-27. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Craig Barker, Security Patroller, Nesters.
02-401-A-29. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Charlotte Sherriff, Ski Patroller, Tapley's Farm.
- October 25, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to portraits; Paul Burrows; David Murray; Felix Belychek; Gary Athans; Glen Wurtel; Lorne Borgal; Gondola Village Construction; helicopter; mountain views; fire; firefighters; waterfall and river rapids; small airplane crash; Rotary Club; Susan Musgrave poetry reading
Appears in October 25, 1984 issue:
02-411-B-2. Pg. 1. Caption: Burning debris coming out of a chimney at this Drifter Way house started a fire that caused an estimated $50,000 damage according to Whistler's fire chief Lindsay Wilson. The blaze was reported at 9 p.m. Monday and was brought under full control within 45 minutes. At the time, no one was in the house, which belongs to Kelly Fairhurst.
02-411-A-32. Pg. 5. Caption: The Canadian National Ski Team added $2,500 towards training more World Cup Winners through funds raised at Whistler Mountain's Mouton Cadet Spring Festival this year. Dave Murray, director of skiing for Whistler Mountain, presents the cheque to (l-r) national team members Felix Belzyck, Chris Kent and Gary Athans. New men's coach Glenn Wuertele was also on hand at the Vancouver Ski Show where the cheque was presented. National team members such as Todd Brooker, Dee Dee Haight, Rob Boyd, Mike Carney, Wade Chritie, as well as Belzyck and Athans will also be at the Oct. 31 ski team benefit at Dusty's in Whistler.
02-411-C-14. Pg. 6. Caption: The water looks frozen but that's still a few weeks away. It's a long exposure that fools the eye in the photo taken Saturday on the Cheakamus River just north of the Cheakamus Canyon. But winter is coming, and on the top of nearby mountains over a metre of snow has fallen and shows no signs of melting.
02-411-B-25. Pg. 7. Caption: The Baxter Group's condole development in the gondola area is just the beginning, and planners are now deciding how work in the rest of the area will proceed.
02-411-C-11. Pg. 8. Caption: Members of the Whistler Rotary Club are raising money for their programs this fall by selling firewood. Working Saturday to fill remaining orders are, left to right: Bill Wallace, Don MacLaurin, Bob Brown, Paul Burrows, Richard Heine, Brian Brown, Sid Young and a visiting Rotarian from New Zealand.
02-411-B-19. Pg. 11. Caption: Lorne Borgal, president of Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation, introduced a slide presentation celebrating the 20th year of incorporation for the firm at the Granville Island Hotel Thursday. A reception preceded and followed the catchy slide show attended primarily by members of the ski industry in Vancouver.
02-411-C-32. Pg. 15. Caption: [right] At right, Whistler Volunteer firemen prepare to enter a burning house in Alpine Meadows Monday night. It was also a test for the fire department's new command procedure, which chief Lindsay Wilson says worked well under pressure.