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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 October 4, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Whistler Village; tractor; exercises; Brownies; children's activities; mountain views; Whistler Conference Centre; awards; building a boat; The Downhill Shop; Valley Inns; signs; medical clinic; Niels Petersen Band
Appears in October 7, 1982 issue:
02-301-27. Pg. 1. Caption: Whistler's Brownies rekindled the campfire spirit Oct. 4 when they gathered at Myrtle Philip School for the first meeting of the year.
02-301-121. Pg. 2. Caption: Parking problems -- is there light at the end of the tunnel?
02-301-126. Pg. 2. Caption: See caption above.
02-301-129. Pg. 2. Caption: See caption above.
02-301-6. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Municipal crews levelled out the roller-coaster surface of the former construction campsite to ready it for winter parking. Administrator Geoff Pearce reported that the work was done at minimal cost. A decision has not yet been made as to whether the site will be used for free parking, pay parking or employee parking.
02-301-10. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The winning team (minus one key player -- Mick Maloney), who put together Whistler's weekly miracle, the Question, which was judged top in its class by B.C. and Yukon Community Newspapers Association Oct. 2.
02-301-72. Pg. 5. Caption: T'is the season to get sawing and chopping. These Alpine residents seem well prepared for winter's onslaught.
02-301-93. Pg. 6. Caption: [top left] Terry Rodgers, Alderman, White Gold Estates.
02-301-31. Pg. 6. Caption: [top middle] Don Biggar, Consulting Engineer, Alpine Meadows.
02-301-91. Pg. 6. Caption: [top right] June Paley, WMSC Hostess, Whistler Cay (MDC)
02-301-112. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom left] Parts of the old ventilation system from Peter's Underground, which were removed by workmen Oct. 3.
02-301-109. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom right] Staff member at Peter's Underground shows the newly installed pizza oven, which is part of the renovations Peter Skoros plans for the winter season.
02-301-117. Pg. 8. Caption: Members of the Niels Petersen Band. Niels Petersen (lead vocals), Connie Lebeau (base guitar), Christopher Allen (Harp) and Gary Petersen (drums) warm up an act that will be entertaining Whistlerites all winter. The band will be appearing at Tapley's and at the Brass Rail throughout the ski season.
02-301-78. Pg. 9. Caption: A crew of landlubbers helped hoist the deck onto the sleek craft which Cress Walker and Paul Clark have been building all summer long in the driveway of their Alpine Meadows home.
02-301-21. Pg. 10. Caption: Dryland downhill training -- Dave Murray takes Blackcomb and Whistler Ski club members through some of the exercises that helps limber up skiers for the season opening.
02-301-105. Pg. 12. Caption: [bottom] Dennis and Judy Waddingham display the new sign painted by Charlie Doyle, which hangs outside their store in Whistler village. Opening day will be before the mountains begin their season.
02-301-102. Pg. 16. Caption: Mac Pac Ad left Adventures West
02-301-98. Pg. 16. Caption: Mac Pac Ad Right Whistler Vale

Week of January 11, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to cross-country skiing; Whistler Village; band playing; road construction; rockslide; policeman; portraits; sculpture; bears on an icy river; car accident; stop sign; horses on a farm
Appears in January 27, 1983 issue:
02-331-134. Pg. 2. Caption: A good place to avoid, Whistler and Blackcomb Mountain's Impound Yard in the day skier parking lot. Vehicles parked in lot A, B or C from 2-7a.m. will be incarcerated here if snow clearing is necessary. Prisoners will be released by Mons upon payment of $25.
Appears in January 20, 1983 issue:
02-331-37. Pg. 2. Caption: Whistler Council in its first formal portrait. (l to r) Alderman Bill Peterson, Alderman David O'Keefe, Administrator Geoff Pearce, Mayor Mark Angus, Municipal Clerk Kris Shoup Robinson, Alderman Bernie Hauschka and Alderman Terry Rodgers.
02-331-2. Pg. 13. Caption: [top] Talk of the Town' manager Laura d'Artois (right) models one of the luscious fur coats on sale at her store. Other features on sale are Italian sweaters, nightwear and designer shirts. Talk of the Town is open 11a.m.-7p.m. daily.
02-331-17. Pg. 13. Caption: [middle left] Let Graham Thomson of 'Today's Video' entertain you. Thomson (below left) offers a varied array of movies as well as video units to rent for the evening or all day. Stop in and glance at the selection any day 11a.m.-7p.m.
02-331-5. Pg. 13. Caption: [bottom] Greg Vallieres (left) of Image Makers Photo Labs prepares colour prints of all types and sizes in his new shop in Crystal Lodge. Your prints (and Vallieres is becoming an expert in snow scenes) can be ready in a hour's time if all is going well. Image Makers is open every day from 1:30-9:00p.m.
Appears in January 13, 1983 issue:
02-331-65. Pg. 1. Caption: Rock chips are all that remain of a 15-foot high boulder which crashed down onto the northbound land of Highway 99 in Cheakamus Canyon Friday night. Crews blasted the rock away Monday morning as the Pacific storm which caused the slide continued with torrential rainfall in the Whistler area. See story page 3.
02-331-25. Pg. 3. Caption: Skiers braved high winds blinding snow and dampening rains to spend some time on the slopes Sunday. Despite bad weather Whistler Mountain had 6,200 skiers from Friday to Sunday, while Blackcomb drew 4,100 over the weekend.
02-331-105. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Ike Elboim, Contractor, Valleau Road.
02-331-95. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Peter Gordon, Satellite salesman, Microwave Road.
02-331-100. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Ed Bezeau, Computer consultant, Adventures West.
02-331-92. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Constable Roch Fortin has recently been transferred to Whistler RCMP detachment. Fortin, who is originally from Quebec City, comes to Whistler after spending two and a half years in Hope, B.C.
02-331-12. Pg. 8. Caption: Cara Hooper gets decked out in a fashionable ski topping with help from Bunny Porteous, manager of Carleton Sports.
02-331-78. Pg. 9. Caption: [Doc Fingers] advertisement.
02-331-139. Pg. 10. Caption: The working team of Whistler Hay and Sleigh Rides enjoy a few moments of sunshine Saturday after torrential rains flooded their stalls.
02-331-44. Pg. 11. Caption: Vancouver-based rock group Pacheena kicks out some tough sounds at the Longhorn till Jan. 15 before taking a three-month break to cut their first album.

Week of July 18, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; chef; art; policeman; mountain views; fixing hydro lines; beach; windsurfing on Alta Lake; road construction; planning to build the Whistler Community Centre; clothing store; office; canoeing Alta Lake; parking lot; artist painting; dancing in Whistler Village; "Getaway to Whistler" promotional film
Appears in July 21, 1983 issue:
02-340-93. Pg. 1. Caption: [top] Sunny skies and the colourful show put on by the Estonian Folk Dancers of Vancouver brightened up Whistler Village Sunday, July 17. Weathermen are predicting more rain, but say it shouldn't last for long.
02-340-102. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] Artist rendering.
02-340-42. Pg. 2. Caption: When weekend temperatures soared to the mid-20's, sun worshippers who had been denied their pleasure for nearly six weeks flocked to Lost Lake like the swallows to Capistrano. The new forecast, after four days of sun? Get out the ark, and don't ask again.
02-340-21. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Latest addition to Whistler RCMP detachment is Gerard West (24) who began his duties as a constable July 18. West, a native of Halifax, Nova Scotia, was most recently posted to Surrey where he specialized in liquor enforcement. Although not a skier, West plans to learn and in the meantime is interested in karate.
02-340-48. Pg. 5. Caption: Diane Eby of Community Services Society points out details of the new community centre which would provide space for a library.
02-340-5. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Pascal Tiphine, Restaurant Owner, Alpine Meadows.
02-340-16. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Ken Findlay, Waiter, Alta Vista.
02-340-10. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Simone Aaron, Bar Manager, Tamarisk.
02-340-31. Pg. 8. Caption: Paul Gibson of Selkirk Cable Vision turns a final screw to get Alpine Meadows booked into Whistler Cable Television's system. Besides six channels, subscribers can now enjoy a host of FM radio stations.
02-340-85. Pg. 9. Caption: Isobel MacLaurin.
02-340-75. Pg. 10. Caption: It was a wet dry run as this boat load of paddle-masters took on the Lillooet River July 14. Bow to stern Pat Kelly, Jim Browning, Pete Lazier and Mike Jakobson were joined by Dave Murray, Brian Allen and Ken Hardy for another spin from Squamish to Vancouver July 17. The crew of the 400 lb. war canoe is preparing for the Molokai to Honolulu race early this fall.
02-340-60. Pg. 12. Caption: Thuy Read admires a shirt from Whistler Tops in her role as a shopper in "Getaway to Whistler", a promotional film being made by Curtis Petersen (right) of Petersen Productions.

Week of June 6, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to bridge; climbing a fence; horses; portraits; construction; baseball; buffet dinner; Whistler Country Guides canoes at the lake; logging trucks; landscapes; wildlife; band playing; buses; orchestra playing outdoors in Whistler Village; logging; river; trumpet player; barbecue; Vancouver Whitecaps autographs at Myrtle Philip School Sports Banquet
02-348-35. Pg. 1. Caption: Weigh, hey, up she rises ... Cranes hoist the 18-ton concrete spans into place over 19 Mile Creek June 1 in preparation for the new bridge. December '81 floods washed out the old wooden bridge, severing Valley Drive in Alpine Meadows.
02-348-20. Pg. 2. Caption: Golf course, co-ordinator Bob Wick ... ready to heave a sigh of relief.
02-348-99. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] A semi-permanent abode (center) graces the shores of Green Lake in a makeshift campground on private property. Bottles, remnants of campfires and dirty pans litter the ground in this otherwise beautiful setting.
02-348-4. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The no-name bridge over the River of Golden Dreams near Tapley Place is now suffering from a new problem. Spring run-off set one end of the bridge askew, and according to Municipal Engineer Doug Wylie, it may well stay that way for several months. Due to problems in ascertaining the legal right-of-ways to the bridge, not to mention the party responsible for the bridge, the municipality will have its hands tied up in paperwork for some time before it can set things right.
02-348-55. Pg. 5. Caption: Mike Sweeney (seated) of Vancouver's Whitecaps soccer team signs a few autographs at Myrtle Philip School sports banquet Thursday, June 2.
02-348-84. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Ray Wiens, Minister, Alpine Meadows.
02-348-23. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Mike Thaxter, Construction Worker, Alpine Meadows.
02-348-28. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Reg Walser, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows.
02-348-107. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Pause a while in Whistler Village the next sunny day and you'll hear this group of young musicians perform a wide variety of selections. (L-R) Jennifer Porter, Cal McConnell, Connie Carver, Dan Cushing, and Frank Mallany are a part of a federal government student employment program run by the WRA. In addition to displaying their musical talents these young people will be offering village tours, working at the new information booth and helping at special events.
02-348-40. Pg. 7. Caption: The beer league's Dregs got a lift June 1 when Patti Ritchie made it home, despite the valiant efforts of the Longhorn's All-night All-stars' back catcher. Final score? A 27-27 tie.
02-348-128. Pg. 9. Caption: Chips fly where they may as Jud Forster (left) and Stan Hammond prepare red cedar logs for a carport in Whistler Cay Heights being built by Hammond and Davies Log Builders.
02-348-115. Pg. 11. Caption: Ray Lyman, band director of Seaton Secondary School from Vernon, was pleased to present Whistler's Molly Boyd with a band booster award for the services she rendered in bringing the group to Whistler. Band members and audiences alike braved cold winds to share a top-rated concert of big band sounds.

Week of July 26, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to swim race; Whistler Village; pub interior; portraits; pipeline construction; bikes; bike race; running race; children eating ice cream; Junior Triathlon; Whistler Triathlon
Appears in July 26, 1984 issue:
02-394-90. Pg. 1. Caption: Yes, the water was a bit cool Sunday morning for the first leg of the Junior Triathlon in Lost Lake. For a complete listing of results see page 8.
02-394-134. Pg. 5. Caption: For thirsty triathletes competing in 27+ weather Saturday, watermelons in Village Square were a needed source of water for dehydrated competitors.
02-394-5. Pg. 6. Caption: One more puff's enough. Jeff Summerville got off to a good start in the Junior Triathlon July 22. Summerville finished first in the boys 11-12 division. He finished his swim, run and bicycle ride in a time of 22:04.
02-394-118. Pg. 7. Caption: A competitor in the Whistler Triathlon executes a quick switch over from swimming to biking in the race held July 21.
02-394-10. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] (Above) More than 40 young triathletes competed in the Junior Triathlon Sunday with 16-year-old Herman Sangha finishing the fastest in a time of 37:36.
02-394-143. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] (Left) Master of Ceremonies Tom Thomson talks to Glenn Carlsen, the winner of Saturday's 57 km Molson Lite Whistler Triathlon organized by the Alta Lake Sports Club.
02-394-65. Pg. 12. Caption: If the hydro's going in to the new municipal hall, can the staff be far behind? Construction is advancing quickly as the staff at Function Junction tidy their decks in anticipation of the move back to the village scheduled for mid August.
02-394-128. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Jacqueline Thong, Grade 2, Surrey, B.C.
02-394-130. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Erin & Kim Jette, Kindergarten, Richmond B.C.
02-394-124. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Aron Bylund, Grade 3, Trail, B.C.
02-394-138. Pg. 16. Caption: Sue Davies takes a breather after Saturday's 57 km Triathlon. Davies, a full-time criminology student at Simon Fraser University, finished 14th overall and first in Open Women with a time of 2:53:29.

Week of May 31, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; pianist playing in Whistler Village; construction; sea plane and canoeing on Alta Lake; biking in Whistler Village; baseball; children at the beach; opening of North Shore Community Credit Union; NSCCU staff
Appears in May 31, 1984 issue:
02-403-B-1. Pg. 1. Caption: Movers managed to transport the 5,300 lb. safe into the new credit union office in Village Square Monday after they also shifted the 4,500 lb. night deposit vault. North Shore Community Credit Union is all set for its Saturday opening.
02-403-C-22. Pg. 1. Caption: Tony Hoar, Canadian and international BMX president.
02-403-C-3. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] A true adventurer, Briton Paul Claxton passed through Whistler last Wednesday on the first leg of a solo cycling expedition to Alaska by gravel road. Clayton, 21, is an Oxford physics graduate on leave from his research job, and says his 3,000 mile trip, leading to the brink of the Arctic Ocean, is the first of its kind. The determined cyclist is ready for anything. Last Tuesday he wheeled his custom built, $1,400 10-speed into the Daisy Lake campground where he spent the night under a picnic table. His only real worries, however, are bares and the man-eating Canadian mosquito.
02-403-C-28. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Kelly Norton doesn;t like holding the tail of an 18 1/2" Rainbow Trout that her dad, David, caught early Sunday Morning. Kelly's brother Michael doesn't seem to mind though. Mr. Norton is wondering, however, if there's any more fish like the one he caught still in Alta Lake. He says it's the largest he's seen in years.
02-403- B-5. Pg. 8. Caption: Myrtle Philip School students got an unexpected gift this week when the Whistler Corporate Cup Association, a conglomeration of local businesses and organizations, donated the proceeds of this year's Corporate Cup to the school. Principal Bob Daly (right) accept a $1,549.75 cheque from Jeff Wuolle and Laurie Vance.
02-403-A-2. Pg. 11. Caption: When sworn-in as Justice of the Peace within a few weeks, Nick DiLalla should be familiar with most of the procedure necessary to execute the duties. Dialler is right now studying various legal material that will guide his decisions when asked by RCMP to issues search warrants, or when conducting show-cause hearings for remanded prisoners as well as issuing summonses and subpoenas. Several months ago appeared before a board of examiners including Vancouver Alderman Harry Rankin, and recently was informed that he's wanted for the job.While DiLalla is not sure exactly why he was chosen, he has voiced a strong concern for upholding the rights of citizens.
02-403-C-14. Pg. 15. Caption: Sunday was one of the first real days of spring this year and the Myrtle Philip School diamond was the scene for a local fastball game between Pemberton Legion and the Whistler squad. Whistler lost, however, 13-5 to the Pemberton team.
02-403-A-11. Pg. 16. Caption: [left] Hugh Hancock, Marketing manager, Alpine Meadows.
02-403-A-10. Pg. 16. Caption: [middle] Sid Young, Travel agent, Alpine Meadows.
02-403-A-13. Pg. 16. Caption: [right] Bob Hufsmith, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows.
02-403-A-8. Pg. 21. Caption: Singer Paul Ciechanowski, hired by the Whistler Resort Association for summer village entertainment, opened the season Saturday in Village Square.

Week of May 17, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to construction; houses; children; portraits; Don Goodall; Myrtle Philip; sewers; drinking at cabin; horses; speeches
Appears in May 17, 1984 issue:
02-405-A-3. Pg. 1. Caption:It will be 70 years to the day Friday that Myrtle Philip first set foot in the Whistler area. Mrs. Philip, who just celebrated her 93rd birthday March 19, and her husband arrived in what later became the community of Alta Lake in 1914 and soon built Rainbow Lodge, which served as a fishing lodge on Alta Lake. Last Monday, Grade 5 students from Myrtle Philip School, named in honor of Whistler's pioneer in 1976, gathered around Mrs. Philip at her home on the shores of Alta Lake.
02-405-C-5. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Bill Donnelly, at-large director.
02-405-C-6. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Russ Shepherd, lodgings director.
02-405-A-14. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Peter Porteous, Waiting Unit, Brio.
02-405-A-21. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Don Goodalll, Unemployed, Whistler.
02-405-A-19. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Megan Moore, Hotel employee, Alta Vista.
02-405-C-11. Pg. 9. Caption: Leaping horses, Batman! It's Bob Warner getting warmed up with his trusty steed for another season of trail riding at Whistler which starts this Thursday. This year Layton Bryson is running his operation from new stables at Mons.

Week of November 1, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; snowmen; road construction; drinking; sparklers; Birthday party; Jack Bright; meeting
Appears in November 1, 1984 issue:
02-410-A-1. Pg.1. Caption: About 12cm of powdery snow covered the valley Tuesday in the first major snowfall of the season. A group of local women decided to herald the unofficial beginning of winter by building a 'snow-woman in Village Square' Tuesday. The 'snow-woman' featured brussel sprouts for a mouth, potatoes for eyes and a carrot for the nose.
02-410-A-29. Pg. 5. Caption: Youngsters at Myrtle Philip School had their first frolic in the snow of the season Tuesday morning, arriving at the school to find their friends as well as about 12cm of fresh new powder.
02-410-C-9. Pg. 7. Caption: Finance minister Hugh Curtis (left) listens to a tax presentation Monday in Squamish. At right are retired businessman Jack Walley and West Vancouver Howe Sound MLA John Reynolds.
02-410-A-25. Pg. 8. Caption: Antonio Pellin from Custom Paving take a 16 tonne compacting machine to Highway 99 at Village Gate Boulevard in preparation for the final paving and installation of a traffic light at the intersection. Once the work is completed this month, Whistler will have its first traffic light and the intersection will have an extra lane for turning into the village from both north and South. L&A Contracting from Squamish submitted the lowest bid of $148,405 for the project although municipal engineers Kerr Wood Leidal believe it could come in under budget by $11,000.
02-410-A-23. Pg. 8. Caption: Bill Peterson - Re-elect Alderman, campaign ad.
02-410-C-31. Pg. 8. Caption: Jack Bright for Mayor, campaign ad.
02-410-C-4. Pg. 17. Caption: Doug Fox, Alderman, campaign ad.
02-410-C-24. Pg. 18. Caption: Elizabeth Chaplin Ad

Week of October 25, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; Paul Burrows; David Murray; Felix Belychek; Gary Athans; Glen Wurtel; Lorne Borgal; Gondola Village Construction; helicopter; mountain views; fire; firefighters; waterfall and river rapids; small airplane crash; Rotary Club; Susan Musgrave poetry reading
Appears in October 25, 1984 issue:
02-411-B-2. Pg. 1. Caption: Burning debris coming out of a chimney at this Drifter Way house started a fire that caused an estimated $50,000 damage according to Whistler's fire chief Lindsay Wilson. The blaze was reported at 9 p.m. Monday and was brought under full control within 45 minutes. At the time, no one was in the house, which belongs to Kelly Fairhurst.
02-411-A-32. Pg. 5. Caption: The Canadian National Ski Team added $2,500 towards training more World Cup Winners through funds raised at Whistler Mountain's Mouton Cadet Spring Festival this year. Dave Murray, director of skiing for Whistler Mountain, presents the cheque to (l-r) national team members Felix Belzyck, Chris Kent and Gary Athans. New men's coach Glenn Wuertele was also on hand at the Vancouver Ski Show where the cheque was presented. National team members such as Todd Brooker, Dee Dee Haight, Rob Boyd, Mike Carney, Wade Chritie, as well as Belzyck and Athans will also be at the Oct. 31 ski team benefit at Dusty's in Whistler.
02-411-C-14. Pg. 6. Caption: The water looks frozen but that's still a few weeks away. It's a long exposure that fools the eye in the photo taken Saturday on the Cheakamus River just north of the Cheakamus Canyon. But winter is coming, and on the top of nearby mountains over a metre of snow has fallen and shows no signs of melting.
02-411-B-25. Pg. 7. Caption: The Baxter Group's condole development in the gondola area is just the beginning, and planners are now deciding how work in the rest of the area will proceed.
02-411-C-11. Pg. 8. Caption: Members of the Whistler Rotary Club are raising money for their programs this fall by selling firewood. Working Saturday to fill remaining orders are, left to right: Bill Wallace, Don MacLaurin, Bob Brown, Paul Burrows, Richard Heine, Brian Brown, Sid Young and a visiting Rotarian from New Zealand.
02-411-B-19. Pg. 11. Caption: Lorne Borgal, president of Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation, introduced a slide presentation celebrating the 20th year of incorporation for the firm at the Granville Island Hotel Thursday. A reception preceded and followed the catchy slide show attended primarily by members of the ski industry in Vancouver.
02-411-C-32. Pg. 15. Caption: [right] At right, Whistler Volunteer firemen prepare to enter a burning house in Alpine Meadows Monday night. It was also a test for the fire department's new command procedure, which chief Lindsay Wilson says worked well under pressure.

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