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Toni Sailer Summer Ski Camp Photo Album

Photographs of campers at the Toni Sailer Summer Ski Camp enjoying summer on Whistler Mountain and a host of off-mountain activities from 1975-1980.

Identifications of photographs according to ADOUGLAS_03_011 and subsequent notes by Alex Douglas (AD NOTE):

  • 001 (83-18) – mid-July 1979, “Tramp show Rusty.” AD NOTE: "Adventures West - Scott Bridger and friends c. 1976-1979"
  • 002 (83-17) – mid-July 1979, “Tramp show Rusty.”
  • 003 (83-22) – mid-July 1979, “Scotty.” AD NOTE: "Watching is Wayne Booth + Allen White - This would have been Adult Camp + Salmon Bake Dinner
  • 004 (83-20) – mid-July 1979, “Chad.”
  • 005 (80-7) – late July 1979, “Tramp show, Rusty.”
  • 006 (80-12) – late July 1979, “The clown act.”
  • 007 (80-6) – late July 1979, “Tramp show, Rusty.”
  • 008 (80-11) – late July 1979, “The clown act.” AD NOTE: "This is Bob Scott"
  • Between 008 and 009 is AD NOTE explaining Scott Bridger trampoline and comedy show context
  • 009 (80-13) – late July 1979, “Rusty.”
  • 010 (80-5) – late July 1979, “Tramp show, Rusty.”
  • 011 (80-8) – late July 1979, “Tramp show, Rusty.” AD NOTE: "This is Rusty [Pierce]"
  • 012 (80-3) – late July 1979, “Tramp show Alan Bessy.”
  • 013 (33-8) – July 1977, “Dee Dee + [Karen], with Florian, on the beach.” AD NOTE: "TSSSC 1976-1980 Adventures West - Karen Wong (Wayne's wife) and Florian Sailer"
  • 014 (33-1) – July 1977,“Lunch in Café, Speedy, Cathy Modrall, Ernst, Tom ([blurred?])” AD NOTE: "Inside Keg Restaurant where we ate our meals - Adventures West 1976-1980"
  • 015 (33-5) – July 1977, “Beth + [Ronnie] Broadwater Tramp War.” AD NOTE: "Bizzy Griffith who one year 1977 or 78 stayed for all 6 camps"
  • 016 (33-7) – July 1977, “Boys sunning themselves, on porch.”
  • 017 (33-4) – July 1977, “Oliver in [Tuck] shop, Pat McDougal and Allan White.” AD NOTE: "Adventures West Adult Camp (some kids) Salmon BBQ - Little shack was for cand and treats, opened 3-4pm daily"
  • 018 (35-12) – July 1977, “Dee-Dee + Floyd + Toni Kaplan beer add.” AD NOTE: Didi Haight, Floyd Wilkie"
  • 019 (35-11) – July 1977, “Rick + Mary-Fran and friends before supper.”
  • 020 (35-15) – July 1977, “Beth, Margerie, Dave, supper time.” AD NOTE: "Red and white shirt - Bizzy Griffiths"
  • Between 020 and 021 is AD NOTE explaining the context of the Salmon BBQ, speaking about the temporary tents and trailers used for this event until The Keg was used. AD also explains how the Squamish Nation would come up to cook traditional food for TSSSC, and also states that Doug and the Slugs and The Skunk Cabbage Revue would play music for the event.
  • 021 (35-13) – July 1977, “Supper Time at barbecue Margerie, Dee-Dee, Rick, Timmy, Tom [Jarvie?], Roulph, Carol, Pat, Al Mintz “The Flying Doc.”” AD NOTE: "TSSSC Adventures West Adult Camp Salmon BBQ - Squamish Nation may have done the salmon"
  • 022 (35-9) – July 1977, “The bar at the barbecue.”
  • 023 (35-10) – July 1977, “The Skunk Cabbage Revue in Concert.”
  • 024 (35-8) – July 1977, “The salmon barbecuing.”
  • 025 (57-17) – July 1978, “The country Rock Band.” AD NOTE: "Chefs were Greg and ____ from the Keg - Keg would have helped book both bands"
  • 026 (57-14) – July 1978, “Donny cooking the salmon.”
  • 027 (59-9) – summer 1978, “[Jazz?] band at salmon barbecue.”
  • 028 (57-20) – July 1978, “Danny + Greg.” AD NOTE: "Pretty sure the Keg Chefs were Danny + Greg"
  • 029 (57-13) – July 1978, “Gaby, Florian and Silvia.” AD NOTE: Gaby + Florian Sailer + Nanny"
  • 030 (57-21) – July 1978, “[Ernst?] Hopper and friends.”
  • 031 (57-9) – July 1978, “Lil, Tim, Roy [Vellet], Earl in the background.” AD NOTE: "TSSSC Salmon BBQ - From Seymour Mountain, Earl + Lil Pletsch, son Tim Pletsch + Roy Velet"
  • 032 - AD NOTE: "Bill Scales - Councillor for Kids Camp"
  • 033 (59-8) – summer 1978, “Dr. Buss and wife.” AD NOTE: "TSSSC Adult Camp Salmon BBQ Doctor + his wife"
  • 034 (59-17) – summer 1978, “Kim, Betty and Danny.” AD NOTE: "Far left Danny Cox"
  • 035 (59-11) – summer 1978, “Floyd Wilkie.”
  • 036 (59-13) – summer 1978, “Allan White, Harold.” AD NOTE: "Yellow Shirt Allan White - Pretty sure white shirt is bus driver for bus from Adventures West to Gondola"
  • 037 (59-12) – summer 1978, “Nancy (end of table.)”
  • 038 (57-16) – July 1978, “Linda, Yoshee (side view), Linda Dickson.”
  • 039 (57-19) – July 1978, “More campers at salmon barbeque, Sherly.”
  • 040 (57-15) – July 1978, “Salmon barbeque FOOD!”
  • 041 (57-10) – July 1978, “Jim and Niamia, “Scotties.””
  • 042 (54-12) – July 1978, “Rusty doing some maneuvers on the tramp.”
  • 043 (57-18) – July 1978, “”Scotties” Bill, Ken + Steve.”
  • 044 (59-10) – summer 1978, “Niomia and Jim Levy.”
  • 045 (59-16) – summer 1978, “Rocky and Colline.” AD NOTE: "?Rookie? Manager of the Keg and Scott Bridger's wife"
  • 046 (59-15) – summer 1978, “Ron Johnson.” AD NOTE: "Greg Lee and his station wagon (before the Cadillac)"
  • 047 (59-14) – summer 1978, “Dee Dee, Greg Lee.” AD NOTE: "Greg Lee R-L Lady in red ?, Didi Haight"
  • 048 (59-1) – summer 1978, “Harvy, Pat Saune, Allan White, Wayne Wong, Dr. Buss.” AD NOTE: "Pat Saune ? could be Harvey Soicher, Allan White, Wayne Wong"
  • 049 (51-10) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Karen Emerson.” AD NOTE: "Sports Day at school playground?"
  • 050 (51-11) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Laura Adler in volleyball [run?] Jim [Grossman.]”
  • 051 (51-12) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Erin Richards.”
  • 052 (51-9) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Scott with the hot moves.” AD NOTE: "Wayne Wong in background"
  • 053 (51-14) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Bob Dufour, in a funny position, tug of war.” AD NOTE: "Sports day at the school late 1970s, coaches all participated"
  • 054 (51-15) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Steve watching the tug of war.”
  • 055 (51-16) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Donny’s team off and running.”
  • 056 (51-17) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Donny’s team pulling hard.”
  • 057 (51-13) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Wayne Wong, Colin [Low?], Phil Sempel, Bob Dufour.”
  • 058 (51-5) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “More people.”
  • 059 (51-4) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “West (Wesley Sing), Deana Barth, Susan Corley.”
  • 060 (51-6) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Chris Herdman, Jacqui [Kemper], Lisa Casey.”
  • 061 (51-6) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “More people, egg toss.”
  • 062 (51-7) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Wendell with egg on his face, and shirt and hands.”
  • 063 (51-8) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Volleyball run. Greg, Gary, Bish.”
  • 064 (51-3) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “[Wayne] Wong, Scott, Mark Whittaker, Don, Laura Adler, Jimmy Grossman, Jim Leeve and Niomie, back Angi Allan behind Laura.”
  • 065 (51-18) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “More people.”
  • 066 (51-1) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Nancy [Greene-Raine] after the dizzy stick.”
  • 067 (51-19) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Everyone at the end of a good field day.”
  • 068 (51-2) – June 25th 1978, Field Day 1st Session, “Wendell instructing Lisa, Chris Herdman, Demethy, Jeff (in front of Nancy).”
  • 069 (54-18) – July 1978, “Greg Lee playing volleyball.” AD NOTE: "Adventures West volleyball just outside Keg - Greg Lee Didi Haight"
  • 070 (54-20) – July 1978, “Dee-Dee [Haight] in person.”
  • 071 (54-19) – July 1978, “Greg Lee playing volleyball.”
  • 072 (54-3) – July 1978, “Shelly, Donny, Margie, Ken at PNE.” AD NOTE: "at PNE on lay over day - Donny McQuaid late 1970s"
  • 073 (54-2) – July 1978, “Great shot of [Wayne] Booth.” AD NOTE: "Lay over day TSSSC at PNE - baseball cap Wayne Booth"
  • 074 (54-4) – July 1978, “same as 4-3 plus Steve.” AD NOTE: "cowboy hat Don McQuaid"
  • 075 (54-7) – July 1978, “Going up the roller coaster.”
  • 076 (54-9) – July 1978, “Close ups of Pam [Leland] and Ken [Lougheed] on roller coaster.” AD NOTE: "Pam Leland on rollercoaster at PNE"
  • 077 (54-5) – July 1978, “Bumper cars at PNE Shelly + Margie.”
  • 078 (54-8) – July 1978, “Close ups of Pam [Leland] and Ken [Lougheed] on roller coaster.”
  • 079 (54-6) – July 1978, “Bumper cars at PNE Shelly + Margie.”
  • 080 (74-7) – June 1979, “Hoogy (Dini), (Mini Ward).”
  • 081 (74-6) – June 1979, “Hillary [Young], Rooky and Toni [Sailer].”
  • 082 (74-3) – June 1979, “Cathy, Carlo (back) and Jon.”
  • 083 (74-4) – June 1979, “Cathy, Gary and Carlo.” AD NOTE: "Coaches vs. Camper volleyball game"
  • 084 (74-5) – June 1979, “Angie Allen.”
  • 085 (74-8) – June 1979, “Louise, Catherine, Colleen.”
  • 086 (74-1) – June 1979, “Wendy [Morrison] and in background Mark (Bermuda).” AD NOTE: "Volleyball outside the Keg 1978 or 79 - Wendy Morrison"
  • 088 (74-14) – June 1979, “Louise, Lori, Leisla, mark.”
  • 089 (74-20) – June 1979, “Rusty, Chris, Paul, Lila or Mimi.” AD NOTE: "Dizzy stick contest TSSSC Adventures West Sports day"
  • 090 (74-21) – June 1979, “Mark.”
  • 092 (74-11) – June 1979, “Angie, Laura, Mary, Dana.”
  • 093 (74-12) – June 1979, “Cathy.”
  • 094 (74-18) – June 1979, “Angie, Louise, Nick (background).” AD NOTE: "Dan Hadley on picnic table"
  • 095 (74-9) – June 1979, “Demitri Gross, line-up for volleyball practice.”
  • 096 (79-6) – July 1979, “Chad after dizzy stick.”
  • 097 (79-7) – July 1979, “Andrea, Wendy in background.”
  • 098 (79-8) – July 1979, “Mark [Browdie?].” AD NOTE: "Mark Browdie - dizzy stick"
  • 099 (79-10) – July 1979, “Bob Knappe.”
  • 100 (79-9) – July 1979, “Nicole Williamson.”
  • 101 (79-11) – July 1979, “Tracey Smith.”
  • 102 (79-12) – July 1979, “?”
  • 103 (79-13) – July 1979, “Sharon Alberti.”
  • 104 (74-24) – June 1979
  • 105 (74-25) – June 1979, “Lila Van Linge.”
  • 106 (74-23) – June 1979, “Dana Baum.”
  • 107 (74-22) – June 1979, “Lori.”
  • 108 (74-16) – June 1979, “Scotty and his big feet.”
  • 109 (79-1) – July 1979, “Jim Scales in volleyball race.”
  • 110 (79-2) – July 1979, “Sharon Alberti in volleyball race.” AD NOTE: "1979 Adventures West"
  • 111 (79-3) – July 1979, “Pam [Leland] in volleyball race, Rod.” AD NOTE: "Pam Leland"
  • 112 (57-6) – July 1978, “Scotty with head stuck in tramp, George (sore knee) looking on.”
  • 113 (59-3) – summer 1978, “Nice shots of tramp show.”
  • 114 (59-6) – summer 1978, “Scott getting help from Rusty.” AD NOTE: "Red hat Bob Scott"
  • 115 (59-4) – summer 1978, “Nice shots of tramp show.” AD NOTE: "Yellow shirt Rusty Pierce, Sue Pierce, and Scott Bridger"
  • 116 (54-10) – July 1978, “Scotty swimming on the tramp.”
  • 117 (35-1) – July 1977, “Rusty and Scot’s tramp show.” AD NOTE: "Rusty [Pierce] Tramp [oline] show Adventures West 1976-79"
  • 118 (57-7) – July 1978, “A real good tramp show.”
  • 119 (35-7) – July 1977, “Basketball with Scot + Rusty.”
  • 120 (54-14) – July 1978, “The amazing double flip, Rusty and Scott. Notice the kids reactions.”
  • 121 (35-3) – July 1977, “The single double flip.”
  • 122 (54-13) – July 1978, “The amazing double flip, Rusty and Scott. Notice the kids reactions.”
  • 123 (57-8) – July 1978, “A real good picture of the double-single back.”
  • 124 (35-6) – July 1977, “Tramp show.”
  • 125 (35-4) – July 1977, “Rusty and friend doing double routine.”
  • 126 (35-5) – July 1977, “The breast stroke, Scot Bridger.”
  • 127 (35-2) – July 1977, “Rusty and Scot’s tramp show.”
  • 128 (83-9) – mid-July 1979, “Barbra checking list.”
  • 129 (83-7) – mid-July 1979, “Now that’s a bathing suit.” AD NOTE: "Mountaintop lunch - climb up the Saddle, flew in the meal, done by the Keg"
  • 130 (83-6) – mid-July 1979, “Linda.”
  • 131 (83-8) – mid-July 1979, “Mountain top lunch, fruit bowl.”
  • 132 (83-5) – mid-July 1979, “Coaches picture.”
  • 133 - AD NOTE: "Token the dog"
  • 134 (83-3) – mid-July 1979, “Lee.”
  • 135 (83-1) – mid-July 1979, “Andrea, Tokem.”
  • 136 (99-21) – July 1980, “Brandiwine Falls.”
  • 137 (99-22) – July 1980, “Heidi Kraus.” AD NOTE: "1980 at Creekside only 1 year TSSSC"
  • 138 (99-24) – July 1980, “Mark Cowan close-up.”
  • 139 (99-23) – July 1980, “Hilary [Young] close-up.”
  • 140 (97-1) – July 1980, “Paul, Blythe Reynolds, Mark [Cowan], Lara Patterson.”
  • 141 (97-2) – July 1980, “Tessa Graham, Jennifer Roman.” AD NOTE: "1980 - Creekside TSSSC"
  • 142 (97-3) – July 1980, “Tessa Graham, Jennifer Roman.”
  • 143 (97-5) – July 1980, “Dean and Carol [Coffey].”
  • 144 (97-6) – July 1980, “Water ramp on Lost Lake.” AD NOTE: "Summer ski jump ramp at Lost Lake, we'd ride bicycles off it"
  • 145 (97-7) – July 1980, “Kids and Town Centre. (Brent Dooly right)”
  • 146 (97-8) – July 1980, “Kids and Town Centre.”
  • 147 (97-9) – July 1980, “Elaine Pilgrim, volleyball.”
  • 148 (97-10) – July 1980, “Lara, Tim [Ferris with striped socks], Mikio, Janet Jones, Darryl Thompson.”
  • 149 (97-11) – July 1980, “Brent Dooley, Karen Chapman.” AD NOTE: "1980"
  • 150 (97-12) – July 1980, “Jacqueline DeRoadt.”
  • 151 (97-13) – July 1980, “Paul and Blythe.”
  • 152 (99-2) – July 1980, “Dr. Buss + Vicki Scudamore.” AD NOTE: " Dr. Buss + Vicki Scudamore + son - 1980 Creekside Hotel"
  • 153 (99-4) – July 1980, “Jennifer + Hilary.”
  • 154 (99-5) – July 1980, “Debbie McIntyre – Jennifer Percy.”
  • 155 (99-19) – July 1980, “Leslie Dubin – Rosemary [Graqunta] N.Y. Rom 7 W.C. at Brandywine Falls.” AD NOTE: "Hillary Young - lift operator and friend of the camp"
  • 156 (99-8) – July 1980, “Nairn Falls.”
  • 157 (99-9) – July 1980, “Narin Falls (9) very nice shot of 1st falls.” AD NOTE: "Nairn Falls before any fencing, would walk on railway tracks"
  • 158 (99-7) – July 1980, “Nairn Falls.”
  • 159 (99-10) – July 1980, “Nice shot of 1st fall through the rocks.”
  • 160 (79-4) – July 1979, “Me in Volleyball race.”
  • 161 (79-17) – July 1979, “Mark.” AD NOTE: "Kids lining up for bus back to airport"
  • 162 (79-20) – July 1979, “Nichole, Pam, Sharon.”
  • 163 (79-21) – July 1979, “Ready for the mini bus trip.”
  • 164 (79-19) – July 1979, “Wayne [Booth] and.”
  • 165 (79-18) – July 1979
  • 166 (99-1) – July 1980, “Rosalind Simons in front of filling station.” AD NOTE: "Rosalind Sims (lived in North Vancouver I believe) 1980 Creekside"
  • 167 (99-3) – July 1980, “Elaine Pilgrim, from 101 Room.”
  • 168 (83-10) – mid-July 1979, “Colin, Lance.”
  • 169 (35-16) – July 1977, “Enjoying the salmon barbeque.”
  • 170 (83-2) – mid-July 1979, “Barbra.”
  • 171 (83-25) – mid-July 1979, “John, Mary, and Roy.”
  • 172 (80-1) – late July 1979, “Bill and Gail, plus Bill Scales.” AD NOTE: "Paul Burrows visiting during Adult Camp Salmon BBQ"
  • 173 (80-9) – late July 1979, “Ernst, [Mrs.] Hooper, Chris, Hilary [Young in shorts], Ian, Germain.”
  • 174 (80-4) – late July 1979, “Rooky, Carol, Bob.” AD NOTE: "Rookie from Keg? Carol Coffey, Bob Scott"
  • 175 (83-23) – mid-July 1979, “Toni, Gabby, Florian, Judd Buchannan, Walt.” AD NOTE: "Middle Toni Sailer, behind Gabby wife + son Florian"
  • 176 (83-11) – mid-July 1979, “Burt, Chris.”
  • 177 (83-19) – mid-July 1979, “Pam [Leland], Sharon [Albirdi] and NiNi.”
  • 178 (83-16) – mid-July 1979, “Chris and [?] comb.”
  • 180 (83-12) – mid-July 1979, “Models for the post cards.”
  • 181 (83-13) – mid-July 1979, “Monty.” AD NOTE: "Monty? Ski rep I believe"
  • 182 (83-14) – mid-July 1979, “Sharon Alberti.”
  • 183 (83-15) – mid-July 1979, “Pam and Nole.”
  • 184 - AD NOTE: "girl Pam Leland from Winnipeg I think, Noel Thompson lift manager, mountaintop lunch
  • 185 (97-22) – July 1980, “Bill [Scales], Alexander.”
  • 186 (97-24) – July 1980, “Wendy [Morrison].” AD NOTE: "Wendy Morrison, volleyball court at Highland Lodge Creekside 1980"
  • 187 (97-23) – July 1980, “Jerry.”
  • 188 (97-14) – July 1980, “Center Patrick Mitchell.”
  • 189 (97-15) – July 1980, “Debbi McIntyre – Jennifer Percy.”
  • 190 (97-16) – July 1980, “Tessa, Brian Nachtigal, Jennifer.”
  • 191 (97-17) – July 1980, “Carolyn Johnston.”
  • 192 (97-18) – July 1980, “Chris Sear, me, Blythe.” AD NOTE: "Me (Axel) and ladies"
  • 193 (97-19) – July 1980, “The Pig, Carl Griffin, (Georgia).” AD NOTE: "Greg Lee and his station wagon"
  • 194 (97-20) – July 1980, “V.B. Team.” AD NOTE: "Wendy Morrison right front at volleyball court at Highland Lodge 1980"
  • 195 (97-21) – July 1980, “Louise, Anne, Pamela [Leland].”

Douglas, Alex 'Axel'

Transparencies

Photographs of people in swimming pools and one photograph of a chef cooking on a grill.

Transparencies

Photographs of Monty Rivatti cooking by the side of a pool with people swimming at Mountainside Lodge in summer.

Week of April 1, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to skiing; sledding; reading; children cooking; Peter Alder; The Questionnaires; musicians playing; Whistler Village; disabled skiers;
Appears in April 1, 1982 issue:
02-252-7. Pg. 3. Caption: Sliding snow brought down this 60-foot glum at the east end of the Sports Centre.
02-252-15. Pg 6. Caption: [top] Disabled skier is loaded on the Blackcomb triple lift in his sits with his instructor.
02-252-19. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Tethered to his instructor, this sticker practices a hard left turn.
02-252-31. Pg. 7. Caption: Peter Alder
02-252-54. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Mikey Culwell, Logger, Alpine Meadows.
02-252-43. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Heather Macleod, Deli Clerk, Alta Vista resident.
02-252-40. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Min Carter, Waitress, Alta Vista resident.
02-252-45. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Frank Switzer, Bartender, Gondola area resident.
02-252-44. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Harry Carman, Unemployed, Adventures West resident.
02-252-49. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Paul Roche, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows resident.
02-252-2. Pg. 11. Caption: Karen Wylie, Tony Logue, Stephanie Sloan and Cris Simpson work on Ukranian Easter egg dyeing (Pysanky) which is being done at noon hour at the Myrtle Philip School under the direction of Mrs. Pauliuk Epplett.
02-252-?. Pg, 12. Caption: The night life is the right life, especially with a musical treat, whether it be from the inimitable Charlie Doyle and Rocco at ALMA's talent night ...
02-252-36. Pg. 13. Caption: ... or the rocking' R&B rhythms of the Questionnaires at Myrtle Philip School.
02-252-?. Pg. 17. Caption: Bookworms Unite! Take a peek at Ted Nebbeling and Jan Holberg's new bookstore in Forget-Me-Nots. With a great selection of both classics, best-sellers and magazines, there's definitely something that will catch your eye.

Week of February 7, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to band playing; eating at a restaurant; restaurant's back room; office; portraits; belly-dancing; ski race on Whistler; art; office; meeting; moving the Brandywine Inn; Whistler Telemark Series
Appears in February 10, 1983 issue:
02-327-141. Pg. 1. Caption: The Brandywine Inn display suite developed a bit of a list as it was being moved off its foundations Feb. 3. Nickel Brothers house movers recovered the situation though by jacking up the building and rearranging a wooden ramp which had collapsed under it. The house was enrolee to High Forest.
02-327-122. Pg. 3. Caption: [top left] Top left, School Board Chairman Jim MacDonald addresses crowd of over 100 people at a special meeting held to discuss budget cuts in District 48. He and other trustees also listened to advice from CUPE Local 779 President Bob Brant (top right) and from the audience.
02-327-125. Pg. 3. Caption: [top middle] See caption above.
02-327-120. Pg. 3. Caption: [top right] See caption above.
02-327-43. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Guy Labelle connects one of the power hook ups being installed in the overnight parking lot to make life a little more comfortable for Whistler's RV visitors. While partial services are now available, full-serviced pads may be a long time coming. See story page one.
02-327-118. Pg. 7. Caption: Greg Hann .. "I've got a pretty good lead at the start".
02-327-13. Pg. 9. Caption: A face from yesteryear -- Scott Paxton, who worked at The Keg at the Mountain many years ago when it was located in Whistler Cay has now resurfaced at the new Keg as the official "bunmaster". Paxton and fellow employees geared up for opening night at The Keg Friday, Feb. 4 for another era of Keg lovers.
02-327-61. Pg. 13. Caption: Things got belly interesting at the Sundial Restaurant Thursday, Feb. 4 when Florence summoned up all her dancing charms for patrons at Moroccan Night. The guests obviously, were tantalized.
02-327-48. Pg. 20. Caption: [left] Sharon Berry, Manager -- Husky grocery store, Gondola Area.
02-327-54. Pg. 20. Caption: [middle] Dorothy Stenger, Liftie -- Blackcomb Mountain, White Gold Estates.
02-327-56. Pg. 20. Caption: [right] Don Turner, "Pacheena" stage manager, Alpha Lake Village.
02-327-89. Pg. 23. Caption: Painter Susan Keene prepares her art display now at Sundial Restaurant in Mountainside Lodge. For information about purchasing painting call Keane or Whistler Community Arts Council.
02-327-45. Pg. 24. Caption: [top] Holly Brady, Receptionist, Blackcomb.
02-327-47. Pg. 24. Caption: [bottom left] Mike Rogers, Snow Host, Blackcomb.

Week of January 19, 1984 [2]

Photographs including but not limited to snow sculpting; tubing; ski racing on Whistler Mountain; cooking; Disabled Skiers Championships; bonfire; snow sculpting; band playing; PWA Pro Tour on Blackcomb Mountain; Corporate Cup; The Elegant Appetite
Appears in January 19, 1984 issue:
02-374-94. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] "1984 George Orwell" was the title of B.C. Hydro's entry in Saturday's Corporate Cup snow sculpture contest. The likeness of George was one of 24 entries including a mermaid, an enormous telephone and two B.C. Places. Other events includes inner tube and cross-country running races, and a Molstar downhill competition on Whistler Mountain.
02-374-66. Pg. 12. Caption: Amputee skiers tested their newly-learned skills on Whistler Mountain's Molstar course, after only four days of instruction.
02-374-54. Pg. 13. Caption: Umberto Menghi, left, tests out the weight of a piece of liver while assistant Judy Walker passes on her advice. Menghi was in Whistler last week taping five shows of The Elegant Appetite, a new series now being aired in Canada and the U.S.

Week of November 15, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to bar events; awards; Brownies; Girl Guides; Deanna White; the Beauvallon Club; Fire Hall; knitting; baking; construction; children on a playground; RCMP; birds; portraits; Fall Fair; Remembrance Day ceremony; slo-pitch banquet; municipal election; stellar jay; Whistler Winterhawks Benefit
Appears in November 15, 1984 issue:
02-390-79. Pg. 1. Caption: Sonya McCarthy with a selection of South American clothing she was selling at Saturday's Fall Fair. See page 3 for more details on the fair.
02-390-74. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] About 1,300 people passed through Myrtle Philip School gym and lunchroom Saturday for the 8th annual Fall Fair organized by Heather Gamache and Catherine Wiens from the Alta Lake Community Club. Although final figures haven't yet been tabulated. Gamut estimates the club raised close to $1,800 from the fair that featured clothing, jewellery, photography and art and other hand-made crafts. Sharon Daly was the lucky winner of the Whistler Mountain Ski Pass and Tapley's Pub the winner of the Blackcomb Ski Pass.
02-390-83. Pg. 3. Caption: [middle] Fall Fair fun
02-390-114. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Smith Brothers Wilson employees poured part of the concrete slab for the Conference Centre's second floor Friday. Construction crews are racing against the clock to get the second floor and roof completed before the end of the month. The 2,100 person capacity Conference Centre is scheduled to open June 1.
02-390-86. Pg. 11. Caption: About 75 people attended a brief Remembrance Day ceremony in from of the Tri-Services Building Sunday morning. At precisely 11 a.m. a minute of silence was observed to commemorate those Canadian men and women who died in battle and to give thanks for the peace they fought and died for.
02-390-16. Pg. 12. Caption: 150 people showed up for the last week's beer leagues slopitch banquet, despite weather conditions that were definitely not for baseball. Each team in the league made a trophy for presentation to one of the other teams. Trophies included a No Name brand trophy, a softball/sailboat, and a Muppet-like doll with one rather unMuppet-like feature. Above, Stoney's accepts its team trophy. The team won the league championship this year.
02-390-36. Pg. 14. Caption: Patrol leader Corrine Valleau looks on as two tenderfoot guides state their promise at a recent enrolment ceremony. Last Thursday saw girls from the Whistler Brownies, Guides and Pathfinders come together to share this very special occasion. There are now more than 30 young women involved with the Canadian Guiding program here in Whistler. From left to right, Corrine Valleau, Marika Richoz and Peaches Grant.
02-390-124. Pg. 15. Caption: Stellar Jays seem to be making the most of this so-far heavy winter, and are taking hand-outs wherever they can get them. This jay, spotted Sunday, didn't look exactly like this in reality, however, our darkroom technician achieved this unpredictable effect by flashing a fluorescent light during print development.
02-390-68. Pg. 22. Caption: About $1.1 million worth of real estate was sold in a little more than two hours by auctioneer Wayne Yoos in the Delta Mountain Inn when Crosby, Galbraith & Associates held its second auction in Whistler. Earlier this year the firm held a successful auction at the Highland Lodge. By the time bidding closed only three of the condominiums in the Blackcomb Lodge and 20 of the 24 in Timber Ridge were unsold. But Al Galbraith says that with various absentee bids and other deals arranged with clients he expects to have most of the remainder sold shortly. The most expensive condominium, a Blackcomb Lodge studio-loft with a fireplace and two balconies which was listed for $123,700 sold for $71,500, 40 per cent above the minimum bid price of $49,000.

Week of October 28, 1979

Photographs including but not limited to Smitty's Restaurant; Rainbow Ski Village; evening event; roads; car accidents; construction; helicopters
Appears in November 7, 1979 issue:
02-074-38. Pg. 1 [bottom] .... while so does the new maintenance building recently constructed at the base of Blackcomb Mountain.
02-074-44. Pg. 18 [top]. Caption: The growth of a parking lot- H.B. Volvo earth mover moves out through the mud last week...
Appears in October 31, 1979 issue:
02-074-26. Pg. 1 [top]. Caption: The giant tent goes up for the Country Hoedown...
02-074-28. Pg. 1 [bottom]. Caption: ... and Helene Allan and T.J. Pronker lead off the dancing to the strains of "Blue Northern".
02-074-8. Pg. 6 [left]. Caption: Molson's Brian Hunter and Dave Murray at the media reception on October 26.
02-074-34. Pg. 6 [right]. Caption: The new official accommodation and restaurant logo identifying the Whistler Inn on Highway 99.
02-074-29. Pg. 7. Caption: Chris Speedie and friends at the Truckers Ball.
02-074-25. Pg. 8. Caption: Tilt! Cat sinks into the ground over the sewer line near Blackcombe Condos.
02-074-21. Pg. 10. Caption: The Burritt logging truckas it was hauled up from the Cheakamus River 160 ft. below.
02-074-16. Pg. 11. Caption: Part of the line-up caused by the removal of the truck from the Cheakamus River on October 27.
02-074-46, 47. Pg. 12. Caption: Two of the new buildings - the Public Safety Building (above) and the B.C. Tel building (below).
02-074-37. Pg. 13. Caption: Okanagan's Jim Logue puts beams in place at the new condo site on Nesters Road.
02-074-39. Pg. 14 [top]. Caption: The new maintenance buildingat Blackcomb - minus the roof.
02-074-41. Pg. 14 [bottom]. Caption: View of the new Fitzsimmons bridge with the Town Centre in the background.
02-074-12. Pg. [16] or back cover. Caption: A smiling trio at the Grouse Mountain Ski Team Benefit. left to right: Dave Murray, Dave Simie, & Bill Murray.

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