Photographs including but not limited to martial arts; clowns; guitarist singing; children's activities; dancers; band playing; mountain dulcimer; town crier in costume; golf; Tournament of Champions at Whistler Golf Course; dinner; construction of Club Cabins subdivision; barbecue; portraits; unicycle; motorcycles; Whistler Cable Television; art; dancing in Whistler Village; high jump at school; cycling; bikes; jungle gym; hopscotch; baking; golfing; cabin; Children's Art Festival
Appears in June 30, 1983 issue:
02-346-56. Pg. 2. Caption: Three Whistler divas (l-r) Melanie Busdon, Jodi Rustad and Corinne Valleau took part in the Garibaldi School of Dance performance of "The Sleeping Princess" in Squamish and North Vancouver June 17 and 18. All shows, directed by Lynnette Kelley were sold out.
Appears in June 23, 1983 issue:
02-346-153. Pg. 1. Caption: Triumphant over his tee shot, Rod MacLeod fires his final drive in Whistler's Tournament of Champions June 17. The first competition on Whistler Golf Course, which opened three days earlier, drew 140 participants despite foul weather.
02-346-186. Pg. 2. Caption: Take it from a pro -- Paul Dellanzo, club professional for Whistler Golf Course has opened Whistler Golf Shop in the Delta Mountain Inn and will be offering lessons to aspiring Trevinos. Dellanzo came to Whistler from Point Grey Golf & Country Club.
02-346-136. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Work proceeds on the Club Cabins subdivision, as Graehold Construction readies the entrance from Highway 99 for paving. John Johnston, Deputy Lands Minister and Interim President for WLC Developments, reports that the financing agreement between the ministry and the municipality for the site has essentially been completed, and WLC is still willing to purchase the project from the RMOW. "Essentially, we've offered to get the municipality out of a problem," Johnston said. The project is expected to go into cost overruns, the amount of which no on has been able, or willing to determine.
02-346-248. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Whistler's MLA John Reynolds was in town june 16 en route back to Vancouver from a trip to see constituents in D'Arcy. Reynolds said he will be meeting with the Minister of Highways this week to discuss ongoing work on Highway 99 and will ask the department to remove the "drive at your own risk" signs. He also promised to support Whistler Health Planning Society's application to the province for operating funds. Reynolds said he want to be accessible to Whistler constituents and will visit regularly.
02-346-203. Pg. 5. Caption: Thor Froslev (right) of Brackendale Gallery and "To Know A Veil" by Chris Blade on display in Whistler Art Gallery which opened June 18 in the offices of Paul and Race in Whistler Village. Froslev and partner Michael Malcolm feature west coast artists in their changing exhibits.
02-346-231. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Brad Ewart, freelance sports writer, Burnaby, B.C.
02-346-162. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Dave Duddy, Greensman, Whistler Golf Course, White Gold.
02-346-237. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Howard Reed, telephone co. staff, Seattle, Washington.
02-346-105. Pg. 8. Champion of the Tournament of Champions Brian Sandercock (right) accepts trophy for low gross score from organizer Don Willoughby. The match was held in drizzling rain June 17 and drew 140 swingers.
02-346-69. Pg. 9. Caption: [top] Some faces were al little more reluctant than others to get painted.
02-346-252. Pg. 9. Caption: [middle] Isobel MacLaurin share her sketching talents with larger artists during one of the many workshops.
02-346-117. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom left] Captain Beckon rings out the good word on the Children's Art Festival
02-346-84. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom right] Margaret Long proudly displays a painting done by Sharlene Freeman, 7, which was presented to her for organizing the festival.
02-346-270. Pg. 13. Caption: Clearing it by a mile Sean Murray (11) heads back to earth leaving the high jump pole standing at 100 cm. It was a dripping wet sports day for students at Myrtle Philip School Wednesday, June 15, but all events went on without a hitch under the eaves and in the school gym instead.