Photographs including but not limited to Class of 1984 Pemberton graduation; portraits; dismantled chairlift; Peter Alder; Myrtle Philip; choir; clarinet players
Appears in June 7, 1984 issue:
02-402-C-12. Pg. 1. Caption: The venerable Myrtle Philip drew the winning ticket Thursday in a draw for a Molson World Downhill poster signed by the Canadian downhill team. Assisted by Glen Rusted (right), Whistler's grandmother chose Bill Carson's ticket. That's Carson to the left. Proceeds from the draw went to the Whistler Singers, which performed Thursday at the elementary school accompanied by the students. The show, which ended in a standing ovation for orchestrator Molly Boyd, featured musical performances by the kids on recorder, guitar and ukulele.
02-402-A-4. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Whistler's branch of the North Shore Community Credit Union open Friday, just two months after it was approved. By 11 a.m. Friday a line-up was formed, and on Saturday the credit union had 150 new members. Credit union President Susan Burdak (left) spoke to the crowd at Saturday's official opening.
02-402-A-26. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Thirty-one students graduated from Pemberton Secondary Friday Night, including Scott Logue of Whistler (above right) who received the Governor General's Bronze Medal for academics from school Superintendent Trevor Harris. More than 500 people attended the commencement ceremonies at the Pemberton school, making it the second largest annual event in the town next to the Christmas concert at Signal Hill Elementary. Logue, also class valedictorian, was among three local students who received awards. Rod O'Keefe was awarded the Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation bursary, and the Alta Lake Community Club picked Rob Boyd as this year's recipient of its bursary.
02-402-B-5. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Dick Bishop, Entrepreneur, Brio.
02-402-B-9. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Buffy Woods, Executive Secretary, Alpine Meadows.
02-402-B-11. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Paul Dellanzo, Golf Professional, Whistler Cay Heights.
02-402-B-1. Pg. 9. Caption: Cecile Valleau is Whistler's newest postmistress. She was promoted to the position may 22, taking over from Debbie Cliffe, who was transferred to the Agassiz post office. Value has worked at the Whistler post office since 1979, and is a 15-year valley resident.
02-402-B-17. Pg. 17. Caption: Skiing may be over for the year, but work on Whistler Mountain still continues. At the end of each season all the chairs, including those on Olive Chair, are taken off the cables, checked and then moved to a different spot to prevent metal stress. As well, the metal clamps holding the chain to the cable periodically undergo magnetic tests for cracks.