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Week of October 25, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to exposition; car accident; Sandy & Molly Boyd; Pat Carleton; Whistler Gondola; construction; film crew; dining; children's event; chef; council meeting; helicopter; mountain views; Whistler Parent Teacher Committee Bingo Nite; Whistler Industrial Park construction; Health Planning Society Board; Whistler Chamber of Commerce
Appears in October 28, 1982 issue:
02-296-66. Pg. 1. Caption: Puzzled? The Whistler Information sign and map took a tumble Friday, Oct. 22 during high winds, just missing the info centre. Foundation posts had apparently rotted.
02-296-77. Pg. 2. Caption: Hats of all kinds turn up these days at Myrtle Philip School. The fashion> Keeping away from lice.
02-296-46. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] On your marks; get set -- three candidates (Mark Angus, Sid Young and Ruth Lotzkar) enjoy a laugh after handing in nomination papers Oct. 25 for the Nov. 20 municipal election.
02-296-75. Pg. 3. Caption: Volunteers check children for head lice, which have reached epidemic numbers in Whistler.
02-296-41. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Art Den Duyf, Contractor of sorts, White Gold.
02-296-36. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Rick Crofton, Contractor, Alpine Meadows.
02-296-56. Pg. 7. Caption: Recent heavy rains in the Whistler area have reminded drivers of the flood problems on Highway 99.
02-296-99. Pg. 9. Caption: [top left] sets off along the partially completed boardwalk on Rainbow Trail.
02-296-82. Pg. 9. Caption: [top right] At far right municipal crew installs stairway in Alpha Lake Park, which crews are trying to rough out before winter's onslaught.
02-296-101. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Clockwise from bottom -- crew disembarks from helicopter
02-296-51. Pg. 11. Caption: Mayor Carleton got exposure to more than a brief interlude of sun Tuesday, Oct. 19 when CTV interviewer Cynthia Ott arrived in Whistler to ask some questions.
02-296-90. Pg. 12. Caption: Construction is forging ahead on the first building to be put up in Phase II in Whistler's Industrial Park. Sadler Bros. Builders are contractors on the project.
02-296-47. Pg. 13. Caption:This is vehicle in which deriver Daniel George Eveno of Mt. Currie was killed when the car failed to negotiate a curve by the Green River crossing north of Whistler on October 18. Injured in the accident were Gregory Jamieson of Mt. Currie and Cindy Downer of Squamish.
02-296-94. Pg. 16. Caption: New members of the Health Planning Society Board, from left Kathy Hicks (Treasurer), Tim Woods (Director), Rolley Horsey (Vice President), Craig MacKenzie (President) and Fred Barter (Director).
02-296-73. Pg. 18. Caption: The Candidates -- Whistler Chamber of Commerce President Jim Gruetzke introduces Sid Young (a mayorality candidate in the Nov. 20 election), Craig MacKenzie, Mark Sadler and David O'Keefe (aldermanic candidates) at an afternoon wine and cheese held Oct. 24 at Delta Mountain Inn.

Week of April 4, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to car accidents; wedding; skiing; chairlift; Alta Lake Community Club; Easter Egg Hunt; cars falling in the lake; child carrying an umbrella in the snow; mountain views
Appears in April 7, 1983 issue:
02-317-169. Pg. 1. Caption: This strange aquatic being was pulled from the depths of Green Lake on Saturday, April 2. Mons Towing driver Denver Snider hooks up the stolen van that the RCMP frogman (right) discovered. The van been stolen from Burnaby, stripped and pushed into the lake.
02-317-31. Pg. 2. Caption: A brand new surrey with a fringe on top is the latest addition to Mountain Carriage Tour Co. Visitors may enjoy an old-fashioned ride through town
02-317-41. Pg. 3. Caption: A sure sign of spring -- Connie Kutyn decks out Whistler Village in its finest banners designed by Suzanne Wilson and Penny Domries. Banners tell the story of Whistler's theme "Summer Side of the Mountain".
02-317-39. Pg. 5. Caption: Whistler Resident Steven Moran had to be taken to Lion's Gate Hospital for treatment after his car was demolished in a collision with a B.C. Hydro truck at Village Gate Boulevard and Highway 99.
02-317-180. Pg. 8. Caption: April showers grow snow flowers at Whistler and 2-year-old Star Sutherland took a walk in the rain Good Friday to check what was popping up before Easter.
02-317-87. Pg. 10. Caption: Holding on tight for a sunny ride up Whistler Mountain on Monday, April 4 this mother and daughter team prepare to join approximately 6000 others on the hill that day. There was sun enough for everyone on Sunday and Monday on Whistler and Blackcomb.
02-317-131. Pg. 11. Caption: Egging her on, this mum offers some pointers to her toddler in Alta Lake Community Club's annual Easter Egg Hunt, Sunday, April 3 at Myrtle Philip School.
02-317-4. Pg. 12. Caption: Only place a man can get away from it all ... Trevor Weakley, originally from Christchurch, New Zealand, took a three-day tour of Whistler with friends and unfurled the kiwi colors in the full Easter sun.
02-317-121. Pg. 13. Caption: [top left] (Top) E.. Bunny delighted hundreds of kids in the annual egg hunt at Myrtle Philip School.
02-317-106. Pg. 13. Caption: [top right] (Right) Patricia Fennell turned up Sunday in her finest Easter bonnet.
02-317-190. Pg. 13. Caption: [bottom] (Below) Ears to you, said this creative skier 00 one of the many who paraded on the mountains in Easter finery, or funnery.
02-317-20. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Ross Moore, Village employee, Alpha Lake Village.
02-317-13. Pg. 16. Caption: The legendary ice barrel floated off Alta Lake March 26 so 9-year-old Casey Simpson (left) and 7-year old Adam Neilson (right) know it won't be long before they can trade bicycles for bathing trunks.

Week of August 2, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to swimming and canoeing Alta Lake; windsurfing; fishing; golfing; Whistler Village sign; portraits; mountain views; cars and construction vehicles driving along a lake: Molson's Fun Swim; Alta Lake Community Club; Whistler Golf Club
Appears in August 2, 1984 issue:
02-393-13. Pg. 1. Caption: Swimmer Shelley Warne was one of 36 swimmers who participated in the Sixth Annual Molson's Fun Swim on Alta Lake Sunday. Warne swam from Wayside Park to Alta Lake Inn and back under-the watchful eye of Marilyn Moore, who dusted off her bathtub derby craft for the occasion. Fun swim organizers report the event went off without a hitch. Other competitors in the swim included Sharon Daly, Joan Parnell, Mike McCroden, Leslie Bruse, Molly Boyd, Shawn Hughes and Daryl Stone. Men's and women's winners were John Puddicombe and Shirley Fay, who completed the three-mile course in times of just over a half-hour.
02-393-57. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Steve Martin? No, this wild and crazy guy is parks worker Ted Pryce-Jones who was out last week painting arrows and yellow lines on Valley Trail curves and bends. The new lines and arrows are designed to give cyclists and pedestrians warning and keep users to one side.
02-393-65. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Sgt. Al Speak is the new head of Whistler's six-man Royal Canadian Mounted Police detachment, replacing Sgt. Jim Hogarth who left yesterday for a posting in Mission. Speevak, 41, began his duties Monday and comes from Vancouver RCMP headquarters, where he spent five years in the planning branch. That job involved management studies for the national police force, and also entailed development of computer programs. Speevak is a 14-year veteran RCMP and has had previous postings in Nanaimo, Golden, Kamloops and Ottawa. He also spent four years on the Royal Hong Kong police force, and earlier received a Master of Science degree in police administration from Michigan State.
02-393-51. Pg. 7. Caption: Members from the Alta Lake Community Club officially opened one of its five benches last Wednesday that it recently donated to the municipality. The club donated $1,000 and parks planner Tom Barratt used the money to build the benches located along Valley Trail. Trudy Gruetzke-cut the ribbon opening the benches with other ALCC members, Heather Gamache, Nancy Treiber, Louise Zinsli, Evelyn Cullen, Marg Fox and Suzanne Wilson.
02-393-48. Pg. 8. Caption: The Whistler Golf Club is attracting scores of players from the Lower Mainland and the U.S. Pacific Northwest and the course is averaging about 225 players a day. Golfers can also take advantage of the course's practice fairway and make a start hitting some of the 7,000 golf balls the course has available at $4 a large bucket and $2 for a small one.
02-393-61. Pg. 9. Caption: George Kelly of Seattle was the 10,000th golfer to tee off at the Whistler Golf Course this year. Kelly, a food service distributor, played his round July 24. Bookings on the course are at 100 per cent most weekends and 80 per cent weekdays. Numbers are up considerably from last year when the 10,000th player came through in the second week in September. The only problem the course is having now is that players are having a hard time getting tee times.
02-393-73. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Shane McPhaden, Truck Driver, North Vancouver.
02-393-70. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Laurie Obyrne, Actress, Vancouver.
02-393-68. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Jack Stein, Advertising Executive, Richmond.
02-393-78. Pg. 18. Caption: The incumbent in the federal race has posted signs in the most obvious -- and -- ironic places. Greenaway is contesting Whistler's mayor, Mark Angus, for the Cariboo-Chilcotin seat.

Week of August 23, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to running race; car accident; weightlifting in Whistler Village; tug of war; portraits; City Hall; roof; construction; Dave Murray Summer Camps; Alpine; summertime on Whistler Mountain; Lorne Borgal; Rodger McCarthy; skiing; Groundbreaking ceremony Pika's Rest; Mr. Mountain competition; Battle of the Travel Stars;
Appears in August 23, 1984 issue:
02-420-B-24. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] Seven athletes competed over the weekend for the Mr. Mountain title, which was eventually won by defending champ Ken Hardy. Events included golfing, kayaking, cycling, weightlifting and a series of timed calisthenics.
02-420-A-2. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Municipal Clerk Kris Shoup Robinson packs it in Friday, Aug. 17 for the big move to bigger and better facilities at the new municipal hall in Whistler Village. Staff have been waiting five years for the move.
02-420-C-31. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] This Baxter condotel unit may seem out of place on West Georgia Street in Vancouver, but marketing consultant Mel Grebinsky says it's one of the "highest profile" corners in the city. The Baxter Group is marketing 165 of the $50,000 units inside the buildings, which will be built near the Whistler gondola, and according to Grebinsky, everyone from office clerks to lawyers is interested. Admission to the downtown show unit is by donation to the Variety Club.
02-420-F-14. Pg. 5. Caption: Now that;s breaking ground! Whistler Mountain's new addition to its Squarehouse got underway last Wednesday with (L to R) Roger McCarthy, project manager; Lorne Borgal, WMSC president; and Dave Murray, director of skiing. The initial phase of the project, slated for a December completion, includes a 350-seat dining area and 186 sq. m kitchen designed to produced baked goods, soups and a variety of other items. Additional improvements scheduled for the 1985/86 ski season include a 250-seat mezzanine and the balance of a full production kitchen.
02-420-B-29. Pg. 8. Caption: About 120 travel agents flocked to Whistler Saturday for a fun-day event appropriately titled Battle of the Travel Stars. These office athletes completed obstacle courses by foot and by canoe, set new records in swimming.dress-up event at Delta Mountain Inn's pool and ended the day with a rousing banquet at the hotel. The tug-of-war (above) had the added excitement of a pool of Mazola between the two teams.
02-420-F-25. Pg. 9. Caption: A healthy group of 30 young skiers is taking part in a month-long Whistler Mountain Ski Club ski camp. Skiing sessions are held on the Whistler Mountain glaciers using the club's rope tow, but the skiers also spent a week drylands training before starting the technically-oriented camp directed by coach Jacques Morel. Skiers are taking a one-week break before starting the slalom session.