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Week of April 11, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to evening event; office; portraits; construction in Whistler Village; Mouton Cadet Spring Festival at Whistler Mountain; ski race; awards; chairlift; cutting down a tree; Blackcomb and Whistler Mountain signage; podium; skiers; construction of 19 Mile Creek Bridge
Appears in April 14, 1983 issue:
02-316-13. Pg. 1. Caption: A gift of two mountains was presented to Washington Governor John Spellman (right) by Mayor Mark Angus (second from right) during his tour of Whistler last week. Washington hopes to develop its Early Winters Resort and several top delegates including (left) Senator Alan Bluechel, Mrs. Jeanne Erlichmann Bluechel and Mrs. Irene Spellman.
02-316-21. Pg. 3. Caption: Mark Sager ... in the running for Williams' job.
02-316-14. Pg. 5. Caption: Geoff Power (left) and Don Willoughby (right) ... the long-time components of Willpower Enterprises.
02-316-49. Pg. 7. Caption: [Village]
02-316-191. Pg. 8. Caption: CKNW talk-show host Gary Bannerman (left) was given the royal WRA tour of Whistler Saturday, April 9 by resort association executive president Earl Hansen. Bannerman was gathering background material for an upcoming show which will feature Whistler.
02-316-167. Pg. 9. Caption: As soon as the snow left the ground, workers for Interwest Construction of Vancouver got cracking on the preliminary work for the foundation of 19 Mile Creek Bridge. The span, to be completed by summer, will bridge the gap in Alpine Meadows on Valley Drive.
02-316-228. Pg. 11. Caption: Do hostesses during the mostesses? Whistler Mountain's team of helpful ladies salut the visitors and participants at Mouton Cadet's Spring Festival held April 9, 10 and 11. Top row (l-r) Jacques Reck, Heather Steward. Bottom row (l-r) Cathy Rousseau, Lyndsey MacDonald, June Paley, and Jan Haldimand had a smile for everyone this snowy Sunday.
02-316-175. Pg. 12. Caption: Municipal parks worker Wayne Flann gets rid of some dead wood at Alpha Lake Park. Crews are readying some of the facilities in the park such as the tennis courts and picnic area, in time for summer visitors.
02-316-35. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Karen Petrus, Village Employee, Whistler Cay.
02-316-41. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Cindy Brown, Whistler Mountain Ticket Checker, Emerald Estates.
02-316-33. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Nancy Davies, Village Shop Owner, Whistler Cay Heights.
02-316-73. Pg. 15. Caption: [left] First place winners in the Mouton Cadet Spring Festival held April 9, 10, 11 on Whistler Mountain. (l-r) Dave Murray, Nancy Smith, Jim Parsons, Toby Shale. Back row Xavier deEizaguirre of Mountain Rothschild and Werner Schonberger, president of Featherstone & Co.
02-316-79. Pg. 15. Caption: [right] Andre Schwarz gets a little help from his friend during a presentation on "motion and movement" -- the Canadian approach to ski instruction "at the CSIA Spring Festival at Delta Mountain Inn Monday, April 11. Schwarz is the chairman of the national technical committee for the CSIA.

Week of March 1, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to bridges; construction; portraits; dancing; children; baked goods; skiing; chairlift; Whistler Mountain; moving a boat; cross-country skiing; ski fashion show; Brownies; Myrtle Philip School Winter Carnival
Appears in March 3, 1983 issue:
02-323-35. Pg. 1. Caption: Minister of Tourism Claude Richmond and his wife Pat managed to squeeze a visit to Whistler into their busy schedule Feb. 26-27. The Richmonds, who are both avid skiers (he, downhill and she, cross-country) said they were very impressed with the development here -- as well as the sunny weather which welcomed them.
02-323-32. Pg. 3. Caption: The last girders are in place on the new Culliton Creek bridge. Now it can stand on its own concrete feet. Highways crews now must put on decking pave approaches and cut the ribbon before span opens to traffic this spring.
02-323-64. Pg. 10. Caption: Brownies from Barbados offer food and facts about their country at Myrtle Philip School Monday, Feb. 28. (L to R) Shannon MacLeod, Sonya Rickli, Laura Wylie and Melanie Busdon represented one of several countries where you can find Brownies.
02-323-93. Pg. 11. Caption: "Hold'er newt!" Cress Walker and Paul Clark inch their just-built Dash 34 sailboat out of the warehouse in preparation for launch day Monday, Feb. 28. It was a tight squeeze but it came out just as it went in -- barely.
02-323-52. Pg. 12. Caption: [left] Rod Harman, Sheet Metal Contractor, Alpine Meadows.
02-323-55. Pg. 12. Caption: [middle] Ruth Peterson, Housewife, Whistler Cay.
02-323-46. Pg. 12. Caption: [right] Mike Lindsay, Contractor, Alpine Meadows.
02-323-138. Pg. 14. Caption: Pemberton and Whistler school children start off on the right foot, heading for the Dave Murray Trail and three kilometres of racing Feb. 24.
02-323-98. Pg. 15. Caption: [top] One giant leap for the house of Wizards at Myrtle Philip School Winter Carnival on Friday, Feb. 25. Barrel jumping, snow golf, sharp-shooting and dogsled racing were some of the activities.
02-323-111. Pg. 15. Caption: [bottom] Below, Michelle Zinsli displays here first place cake, Michelle thinks some of her baker uncle's skills may have helped her do so well.
02-323-145. Pg. 18. Caption: Stre-e-e-tch in all directions in this lycra and cotton cross-country ski suit modelled by Shelley Nichol at a fashion show at Sundial Restaurant Thursday, Feb. 24. The display was put on for WRA by Virginia Meachin of Whistler Cross-Country Ski Centre and featured fashions from Carlsberg's, Inge's, The Downhill Shop, Whistler Village Sports, Village Traditions, Brick Shirt House and Whistler Tops.

Week of June 13, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to construction; giving out awards in Whistler Village; swamp area; bridges; wooden church; mountain views; lake; horses; Whistler Sea Festival Float; truck; picnic area; marina; balloons at a party; portraits; Whistler Stables
Appears in June 23, 1983 issue:
02-347-26. Pg. 12. Caption: Municipal trail crews cut through the brush to make the final connection between the Alpine Meadows trail (far right) and Meadow Park trail (under construction). Paving to complete the trail system will being at the end of July.
Appears in June 16, 1983 issue:
02-347-16. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] The most prudent bikers in the RCMP bicycle rodeo held Saturday, June 12 in Village Square (l-r) Simon Bellar, Samantha O'Keefe, Jody Rustad, Nicolas Busdon (overall winner), Melanie Busdon, Dave Den Duyf and Davey Blaylock who won the bicycle donated by Whistler Chamber of Commerce.
02-347-56. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] If you attend the Sea Festival parade July 23, you'll be able to enjoy the final results of this artist's rendering for a Whistler float. The illustration will be used as a guide for constructing the float, estimated to cost $2500.
02-347-95. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Graeme Mounsey, Traveller, Sydney, Australia.
02-347-100. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Walter Therrien, Caretaker - Capilano Mobile Park, North Vancouver.
02-347-107. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Anne Crocker, Travel Counsellor, North Van Chamber of Commerce, West Vancouver.

Week of August 9, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to soccer teams; break-dancing in Whistler Village; portraits; band playing; Sewer Plant installation; birds; Delta Hotel; election campaign; bike race; swimming in the lake and jumping off a tree; children; watermain break; Dandelion Daycare Walkathon
Appears in August 9, 1984 issue:
02-392-123. Pg. 1. Caption: Members of the Whistler Mountain Ski Club took a swing into Lost Lake during the balmy weather last Saturday. Although it seemed we had a lot of sun last month, CBC radio weatherman John Paschal says it's quite normal for this time of year.
02-392-67. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Bob Lawrence, Pemberton conservation officer, holds an injured young goshawk he recently rescued. The goshawk is considered uncommon to rare in North America, and is also found in Africa, Madagascar and parts of the southwest Pacific. Adults reach a size of up to 63 cm in length.
02-392-43. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Break dancers in Village Square entertained throngs of visitors to Whistler Monday afternoon. One of the dancers did a spin on his head but warning: don't try it yourself without proper instruction.
02-392-76. Pg. 7. Caption: Two separate water main projects last Wednesday caused the water to most of the village, Alta Vista and Brio to be shut off from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Workmen from Coastal Mountain Excavations installed a water main connector (above) to service the soon-to-be-built waterslide while a crew from Kal Sprinklers laid a water main extension to the new Municipal Hall and Village North Lands. According to engineer Doug Wylie, the lack of water resulted from a combination of the two projects and Kal Sprinklers failing to open a valve. Usually, says Wylie, there are enough loops in the water system so that if one section of the water main is turned off, water can loop through other pipes to the affected areas.
02-392-18. Pg. 8. Caption: West Van City (in solid jerseys) managed to put three goals past the Montecristo net minder Monday afternoon to edge out the East Vancouver squad 3-2 and take first prize in the Whistler Women's Soccer Tournament on the weekend. West Van appeared to be walking all over Montecristo when they took a 3-0 lead. but in the final 15 minutes of the game, the feisty Montecristo team scrambled back to score two goals and pressure the talented West Van squad. West Van City outscored its opponents 14 to 6 in the eight-team tournament.
02-392-31. Pg. 9. Caption: Schultz Brandt, a familiar figure around town, held his seventh annual tea party Sunday. It's not just an ordinary tea party, though Schultz's tea collection contains 200 varieties including 82 black teas from all over the world. In addition to his marvellous collection of teas, Schultz has a smaller but equally comprehensive assortment of teapots.
02-392-88. Pg. 12. Caption: Mayor Mark Angus in front of his home in Alpine Meadows.
02-392-59. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Pat Seipp, Physiotherapist, Mission.
02-392-58. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Narain B. Sajnani, Counsellor and Yoga Teacher, Nesters.
02-392-54. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Marc Bombois, Student, Emerald Estates.
02-392-104. Pg. 16. Caption: John Fraser, head of Tantalus strata council, handed the hotel's keys over to Simon Cooper of the Delta chain last Tuesday night. The Delta will operate the 80-room facility.
02-392-141. Pg. 17. Caption: Amy MacKenzie walked through the pouring rain Sunday for a worthy cause -- The Dandelion Day-Care Walkathon. Daycare parents figure the event raised about $1,500 to go towards a new location.

Week of September 27, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to totem carving; golf course; portraits; whitewater kayaking; choir singing in Whistler Village; barbecue; construction; bison; mountain views; costumes; horses; rivers; trampolining; driving; Sean Connery filming a Japanese commercial for Biogurt; Fall Festival; Cheakamus Challenge; musk oxen
Appears in September 27, 1984 issue:
02-415-B-26. Pg. 1. Caption: [top] Television and movie producers seem to have developed a taste for Whistler. Actor Sean Connery (top), best known as James Bond, agent 007, starred Tuesday in a Japanese T.V. commercial for Biogur yogurt. Production co-ordinator Martin Yokota said they needed a "strong, healthy, clean" image, and 007 fit the part. In the ad, Connery is seen doing calisthenics and running alongside a golf green at the Whistler Golf Club with a Doberman Pinscher.
02-415-E-25. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] And on Monday, stunt men acting in Clan of the Cave Bear stopped for lunch at Phil's Drive-in in Pemberton after a day of shooting at Pemberton Meadows. That movie, being made at various locations, is based out of Panorama Studios in North Vancouver.
02-415-C-27. Pg. 2. Caption: Ernie Pshebnisky, 34, is the new sales director responsible for filling the Conference Centre. Pshebnisky, who joined the Whistler Resort Association Monday, previously worked as assistant director of sales at the Hyatt Regency in Vancouver for four years. He has also worked for the Westin Bayshore and CP Air and specialized in travel industry management at the University of Hawaii. His wife is director of sales at the Westin Bayshore.
02-415-D-21. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Chilly temperatures kept crowds to a minimum Saturday, but sunny skies brought throngs out Sunday for the fourth year of Whistler's Fall Festival. Pat Beauregard (left), of Alta Lake Community Club, was one of the many volunteers who pitched in to make the weekend success.
02-415-F-30. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Playland set up an instant amusement park, but some youngsters weren't too sure if they enjoyed the pony rides or not.
02-415-C-13. Pg. 8. Caption: [Kayaker on Cheakamus River]
02-415-C-29. Pg. 9. Caption: Wondering when the Music Festival is happening next year? If you are, then the person to see at the Whistler Resort Association is June Paley, the new activities co-ordinator. Paley, 33, who worked as ski services director with Whistler Mountain last year, has been a full-time Whistler resident since July 1981. The WRA is also in the process of organizing events for next year and is dividing items into three categories: WRA sponsored events such as the Fall Festival, WRA sanctioned events such as the Porsche Weekend and non-sanctioned events such as slo-pitch tourney and cricket matches.
02-415-B-10. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Bob Mallett, Morgan's Dad, Whistler
02-415-D-32. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Sid & Luke, Soup-line waiters, In the park
02-415-B-7. Pg . 14. Caption: [right] Nila Hajevsky, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows.
02-415-G-16. Pg. 16. Caption: An unidentified dog finds refuge from the rain beneath a Wedgemont Blasting truck parked in village parking lot 'A'
02-415-D-1. Pg. 17. Caption: Pat Earley was one of six Vancouver-based artists who demonstrated their creative talents during the Sept. 22-23 Fall Festival. Early specializes in oil pastel portraits which are exquisitely detailed and warm. Although the displays are moved indoors to the Delta Mountain Inn because of chilly weather, it was the first time artists were allowed to demonstrate and sell their wares in the streets of Whistler.

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.

Week of May 30, 1979

Photographs including but not limited to town planning in 1978; Whistler Village construction
02-007-03 on pg. [16] or back cover. Caption: The precast concrete at the Town Centre gives the appearance of a small town.
02-007-02 on pg. 7. Caption: Someone important must have fallen in the ditch! There are now concrete curbs by the Mons garbage bin entrance.
02-007-12-13 on pg. 8. Caption: The view from Mr. Saunders condominium on Drew Drive showing the outline of the new Whistler Creek Hotel.
02-007-17-18 on pg. 15. Caption: Looking south down Pinecrest Lake with Cloudburst Mtn. in the background.
02-007-15 on pg. 15. Caption: Pinecrest Lake - a natural setting presently being developed into recreational parcels.

Week of May 23, 1979

Photographs including but not limited to the Great Snow Earth Water Race; Alta Lake; tennis courts; car accidents; town construction
02-008-22 on pg. 1. Top Some of the "Great Racers" -- the first skier of the mountain.
02-008-29 on pg. 1. Bottom the first canoeists off the lake.
02-008-31 on pg. 1. And in the centre, three of the winning A.L.S.C. team -- Jim, Joannie and Art.
02-008-15 on pg. 5. Caption: Les McDonald, Nello Busdon and Vic Woods cross the finish line together in the Mini Marathon.
02-008-72 on pg. 7. Caption: Don Willoughby, Max Maxwell and Tom Jarvis enjoy a little blackjack at the Chamber's Casino Night.
02-008-56 on pg. 8. Caption: The tangled wreckage of the Satre backhoe after it was hit by a logging truck.
02-008-04 on pg. 9. Caption: The scene at the craft fair and barbeque organized by the Chamber of Commerce at the school on Saturday.
02-008-69 on pg. [12] or back cover. Caption: Some of the models of the packages of the new Whistler Village which were on display at the Land Company Office last week.
02-008-06 appears in May 30th on pg. 3. Caption: Michael D'Artois cooks up some homemade burgers at the Chamber Fair at the school on May 19.
02-008-43 appears in May 16th issue on pg. 11. Caption: Principal Alex Marshall negotiates the Roadeo Course.

Week of October 4, 1978

Photographs including but not limited to Garibaldi Building Supplies; road construction; dancing
02-035-011. Pg.1. Caption: New addition to the Whistler Town Hall which will house offices for the Mayor as well as a Town Centre showroom.
02-035-07. Pg. 8. Caption: The most photographed bridge on #99! The bridge over 19 Mile Creek as it was in a nearly finished state last Saturday.
02-035-06. Pg. 10. Caption: Treasurer Julie Heine, President Diane Eby and Secretary Harry Hunter at the Alta Lake District Ratepayers Association meeting.

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