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"He Shoots, He Scores" Card

A blank greeting card released by the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation. The front features a painting by Rod Charlesworth called "He Shoots, He Scores." Found in scrapbook.

Author joins fight against teen depression, suicide

A newspaper article from The Question entitled "Author joins fight against teen depression, suicide." The article discusses the connection between the new novel called "When Falcons Fly" by David Square and the fundraising efforts of the Kelty Patrick Dennehy Foundation. The article also includes information about the 6th Annual Drive Fore Life golf tournament. Found in scrapbook.

Blabcomb - Vol. V, Issue 2 - February 28, 1992

  • YANISIW-01-02-011
  • File
  • February 28, 1992
  • Part of CJ Yanisiw

Issue of Blabcomb - Blackcomb Mountain's staff newsletter - from February 28, 1992. Articles include:

  • Blackcomb's First Seasonal I. C. E. Awards
  • Service, Service, Service!
  • Four Men with the Right Stuff!
  • Lift Maintenance Department
  • Blackcomb Ski Patrol
  • How do we rate?
  • Magic Money Cards
  • Snowfall Update
  • Medical Benefits
  • Personal Mail
  • Rumor or Reality
  • Grand OPening!!!!!
  • Survival First Aid
  • B. H. R.'s First Contribution to Blackcomb
  • Intrawest
  • Pow Wow
  • Upcoming Activities for March 1992
  • Just a reminder.....
  • Editorial Page
  • A note from Housing
  • A Day in the life at Staff Housing
  • Snow Volleyball
  • Hockey Night at Whistler
  • Classifieds

Blabcomb - You remember Ski Season '92-'93

  • YANISIW-01-02-015
  • File
  • 1992-1993
  • Part of CJ Yanisiw

Issue of Blabcomb - Blackcomb Mountain's staff newsletter - from the end of the 1992/1993 winter season. Articles include:

  • Intro from Hugh Smythe
  • The Station
  • ICE Awards - March 31, 1993
  • An E. T.'s Day
  • Whistler Spirit
  • Year End Slopes Party 1993
  • Recognition
  • Food Service Supervisors Awards Dinner
  • Blackcomb Catering Sunset Dining Menu
  • Team Blackcomb - How Well Do You Know Blackcomb?
  • Blackcomb Hotels and Resorts
  • A Great Performer
  • The Director's Cup Ski Race
  • Welcome a new member of the team...RICK DAVIES
  • Assorted Unnatural Laws of Operation
  • [Complaint against snowboarders]
  • Staff Housing
  • The New Glacier Express
  • Kids Kamp
  • Sports Shops
  • How did we do today?
  • And now a word from our Audit Centre............
  • Blackcomb Blackhawks
  • [Comics]
  • Snow: a connoisseur's guide
  • The Future...

Brown 2

Photographs taken by John Bartosik depicting people in Whistler Village, the clocktower, children playing street hockey and in a playground, people walking to the ski lifts, a sign for Whistler Blackcomb, and L'Apres.

Bartosik, John

Family Videos #2

VHS tape labeled "Special Memories 2 of 2", containing Franz Wilhelmsen's home videos, featuring water skiing, swimming in an indoor pool, Franz building with two boys, canoeing, hunting, fishing, skiing at various mountains, family vacations, school sports day, a herd of rams filmed from the car, Franz putting up a sign declaring that the area was to be developed by Garibaldi Lifts Ltd. (sign gives information about share purchasing), skating at a rink, a hockey game, riding the gondola at Wildcat Mountain (possibly Franz doing research on other mountains before starting on Whistler), a boys choir singing, school gym class, a parade in Norway, and driving through the mountains.

First students at Alta Lake School

Six young people on skates with hockey sticks on Alta Lake. The first students of Alta Lake School. Inscription on verso reads "Some of the kids at the first (original school down at Alta Lake / 1930s (after 1932) / On Lagoon at end of Lake opposite Rainbow LK"

L-R: unknown [possibly Kenny Woods?], Pat Woods; Bob Jardine, unknown, Tom Neiland Jr, Jack Woods."

Heart of Whistler

A 7 minute film directed by Ken Hegan for the 2006 Whistler Film Festival. Heart of Whistler is the fictional story of a young woman who finds and rescues a heart intended for transplant, and along the way discovers the "spirit of Whistler" ahead of the Olympic games.

Hockey photo of Kelty Patrick Dennehy

A small photo of Kelty Patrick Dennehy wearing a Notre Dame hockey uniform and holding a hockey stick. An inscription on the back reads "Our beautiful boy Kelty Patrick Dennehy Nov. 23, 1983 - March 2, 2001." Found in a scrapbook.

People with a mental illness need to know they're not alone

A newspaper article published on September 6, 2011 about mental illness. The article is a series of short letters, including one from Kerry Dennehy which tells the story of Kelty Dennehy and the symptoms of depression, as well as some of the resources available in the province of BC. Found in scrapbook.

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