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Students at Myrtle Philip School

Children sitting on gymnasium floor, teacher Jane Burrows also sitting. Joan Richoz at piano, Jenny and Nello Busdon on chairs in foreground. School Dedication Ceremony.

"Christmas at Rainbow" the school musical

Myrtle Philip and Mollie Boyd at Myrtle Philip School with a papier-mâché donkey, presumably part of the musical "Christmas at Rainbow" whose performance they are gathered to see. Jane Burrows is in the background.

Myrtle Philip's "What's New" Newsletter No. 23 - 1986

"Myrtle Philip's What's New?" Newsletter No. 23 from Myrtle Philip Elementary School, dated June 24, 1986. This one-page newsletter was issued at the end of the 1985/86 school year and contains a thank-you to parents and friends, an overview of plans for the next year (including a projected number of students and class sizes), an announcement about upcoming French classes, a note about changes in staff, a date for the intermediate awards ceremony, a staff list, and a reminder of the school start date in September.

Alta Lake Community Club Minutebook 1951-1983

Minutebook for meetings of the Alta Lake Community Club from 1951-1985. Subjects discussed include holiday parties and dances, the purchasing of a projector, hosting films, Girl Guides and Cubs, memorial benches, the purchasing of a snowplow, logging, moving the Alta Lake School flagpole, fire safety, postal service, roads, Robbie Burns Night, fishing derbies, art lessons, theatre, Myrtle Philip's birthday, the Squamish Youth Choral, Blackcomb Ski Club, Rainbow Mountain ski hill, the Pacific Great Eastern Railway, TV's coming to the Whistler valley, building the Whistler Mountain Ski Club building, the formation of a ski club, the Mountain Rescue Group, Mount Whistler Lodge, Alta Lake Ratepayers Association, building a new school, physical education classes on the mountain, Cypress Lodge, donation to the Garibaldi Olympic Development Association, Highland Lodge, the Logger's Sports Day Parade, seasons passes for children, square-dancing, and badminton.

Week of January [?], 1978

Photographs including but not limited to skiing, ski-racing, drinking and socializing at a lodge, a chalet, a Hawaiian party at Myrtle Philip Elementary School, and Whistler Mountain in winter.
02-053-29. [The adults in the photo are, from left to right, Jane Burrows and Sandra Epplett]

Week of December 23, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Paul and Jane Burrows; children drinking hot chocolate; ski gear; opening Christmas presents; children in costume for Christmas play; "Christmas Around the World" school event; post office;
Appears in December 23, 1982 issue:
02-287-23. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Publisher Paul Burrows and his wife Jane prior to a well-earned visit to the Caribbean.
02-287-44. Pg. 8. Caption: Nick Gibbs, Stoney's chef, went all out with his culinary talents and produced this appetizing creation from a 40 lb. salmon donated by the Grocery Store. It was part of a huge "indoor picnic" for participants in the All Cal Winter Carnival.
02-287-15. Pg. 10. Caption: No, this young man is not a practitioner of the latest foot fetishes. He's fitting WMSC General Manager Peter Alder with a new pair of boots from McConkey's Ski Shop. (By the way, Peter's old boots were just that -- old. They fastened with laces.)

Week of September 6, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to baseball; dancing in Whistler Village; construction; car accident; car race; Fraser Valley Round and Square Dance Association; Whistler Conference Centre; Myrtle Philip School
Appears in September 6, 1984 issue:
02-418-B-20. Pg. 1. Caption: The Fraser Valley Round and Square Dance Association entertained village visitors all weekend long. The dancers even convinced spectators in Village Square to take part in their traditional dance routines. Hundreds of visitors flocked to Whistler for the Labor Day weekend and the village came in with an occupancy rate of 62 per cent in August.
02-418-B-11. Pg. 3. Caption: [top The Conference Centre is expected to be finished by May, 1985 and will be one of only two facilities built for conference in B.C.
02-418-A-4. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Tuesday was the first day of classes for local students. Myrtle Philip School opened its doors to 111 students and the Grade 2 and 3 class, taught by Sandy Pauliuk-Epplett, saw classes end at 11:30 a.m. rather than 3 p.m.
02-418-C-23. Pg. 5. Caption: Paul and Jane Burrows returned to Whistler last Tuesday after spending more than a year travelling around the globe. The couple's dog Simba hardly even noticed that the trekkers, who travelled by horse, train, bus, helicopter and even car to South Africa, France, New Zealand and Tahiti (to name but a few stops) were gone. Late summer also saw the return of Al and Nancy Raine after spending the last two years in Crans Montana, Switzerland.
02-418-B-26. Pg. 6. Caption: Vandals hit the former Mountain House Cabaret Friday night, kicking apart a fence and tearing down a wooden sign. Although about $100 worth of damage was done, the vandals apparently saved the new owner the task of removing the Mountain House sign.
02-418-C-18. Pg. 9. Caption: John Bruechler of Whistler likes to drive cars -- both right side up and upside down. Seen here at the PNE last week, Bruechler was about to do a stunt flip in his battered truck. He succeeded.
02-418-A-29. Pg. 12. Caption: Angus Maxwell, 10 years old, was the lucky winner of a Red Baron BMX bicycle, presented here by Barb Stewart of the Pharmasave. The drugstore received dozens of entries for the contest.
02-418-A-17. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Ralph Vandenberg, Retailer, Edmonton.
02-418-A-16. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Robert Moore, Truck Driver, Vancouver.
02-418-A-21. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Ed Beckman, Systems Analyst, Toronto.
02-418-C-32. Pg. 17. Caption: Fred Barter gets a helping hand from Const. Rocky Fortin (left) during a one-day first-aid refresher course in Myrtle Philip School last Wednesday. The course, taught by Const. Cliff Doherty from the Squamish detachment, is meant to ensure all police staff, including civilian guards, receive proper St. John's Ambulance refresher course every three years.