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- April 1, 1982
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to skiing; sledding; reading; children cooking; Peter Alder; The Questionnaires; musicians playing; Whistler Village; disabled skiers;
Appears in April 1, 1982 issue:
02-252-7. Pg. 3. Caption: Sliding snow brought down this 60-foot glum at the east end of the Sports Centre.
02-252-15. Pg 6. Caption: [top] Disabled skier is loaded on the Blackcomb triple lift in his sits with his instructor.
02-252-19. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Tethered to his instructor, this sticker practices a hard left turn.
02-252-31. Pg. 7. Caption: Peter Alder
02-252-54. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Mikey Culwell, Logger, Alpine Meadows.
02-252-43. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Heather Macleod, Deli Clerk, Alta Vista resident.
02-252-40. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Min Carter, Waitress, Alta Vista resident.
02-252-45. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Frank Switzer, Bartender, Gondola area resident.
02-252-44. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Harry Carman, Unemployed, Adventures West resident.
02-252-49. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Paul Roche, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows resident.
02-252-2. Pg. 11. Caption: Karen Wylie, Tony Logue, Stephanie Sloan and Cris Simpson work on Ukranian Easter egg dyeing (Pysanky) which is being done at noon hour at the Myrtle Philip School under the direction of Mrs. Pauliuk Epplett.
02-252-?. Pg, 12. Caption: The night life is the right life, especially with a musical treat, whether it be from the inimitable Charlie Doyle and Rocco at ALMA's talent night ...
02-252-36. Pg. 13. Caption: ... or the rocking' R&B rhythms of the Questionnaires at Myrtle Philip School.
02-252-?. Pg. 17. Caption: Bookworms Unite! Take a peek at Ted Nebbeling and Jan Holberg's new bookstore in Forget-Me-Nots. With a great selection of both classics, best-sellers and magazines, there's definitely something that will catch your eye.
- December 20, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to crowds in Whistler Village in winter; car accident; portraits; group photo; skiers; icicles; chairlift; drinking; restaurant interior; children sitting on Santa's lap; man reading 'Sea to Sky Country'; buffet dinner; Whistler Mountain Ski Club group photos; choir singing; North Shore Community Credit Union; Orphan's Monday Benefit at Club 10; Alta Lake Community Club; Sunshine Jim; Pika's Restaurant official opening; Vox Humana Choir
Appears in December 20, 1984 issue:
02-385-130. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] People might have complained about long line-ups at the credit union, but until Sunday heat was never a problem. But Sunday, the day the North Shore Community Credit Union moved across the square to its new, 1,300 sq. ft. premises, John Hunan of Whistler (right) found himself in a chilly line-up behind Danny Meier and David Monteith (left) of North Vancouver. Actually, it's a bogus lone-up: the bureau shown, as well as an 8,500 fund safe and other banking equipment had to be moved by truck from the old location to the new. Carpenters and electricians worked nearly around the clock Sunday and Monday to be ready for business as usual Tuesday. They made deadline.
02-385-138. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Ross Smith from Nasty Jack's carves up a turkey at Club 10's benefit for Orphans Monday. More than 40 people turned out for the event featuring a buffet dinner catered by Nasty Jack's with all proceeds going to the Vancouver Fire Department's Orphans Fund.
02-385-13. Pg. 6. Caption: Drew Meredith
02-385-29. Pg. 6. Caption: Norm Trottier
02-385-18. Pg. 6. Caption: Arv Pellegrin
02-385-25. Pg. 6. Caption: Colleen Wuolle
02-385-17. Pg. 6. Caption: Michelle Harris
02-385-27. Pg. 6. Caption: Jan Simpson
02-385-15. Pg. 6. Caption: Don Wensley
02-385-21 Pg. 6. Caption: Chris Moore
02-385-20. Pg. 6. Caption: Pat Kelly
02-385-91. Pg. 7. Caption: Five-year-old Paul Vance shares Santa's knee with his brother, six-month-old John.
02-385-122. Pg. 14. Caption: John Bartosik, publisher/photographer of Sea to Sky Country.
02-385-97. Pg. 15. Caption: Sunshine Jim entertained about more than 100 Whistler youngsters Saturday afternoon before the kids were visited by Santa Claus. Sunshine Jim sang a series of songs including Scooter the Car and Porky the Raccoon who, even though traditional enemies, became friends. The event was sponsored by the Alta Lake Community Club and was held in the Myrtle Philip School lunchroom.
02-385-104. Pg. 19. Caption: Michele Bertholet is the head chef at Pika's (pronounced Peeka's), Whistler Mountain's new restaurant adjacent the Roundhouse. The facility, which is licensed to seat 400 persons, had its official opening Friday. The 8,300 sq. ft. restaurant, designed by architect Lee Bruch and engineer Jon Paine, cost about $600,000 to construct including more than $150,000 in kitchen equipment. Bertholet and his staff will now be able to provide freshly baked pastries, rolls and buns daily as well as hearty meals such as Baron of Beef and chili. As well, the new restaurant features a custom sandwich bar. Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation named the restaurant Pika's, a small rock rabbit commonly found through the high alpine regions of North America, after a contest that drew 300 entries. Whistler residents Ms. Lori Mitchell and Mr. Peter Pritt were the winners and will split the grand prize so that each will receive $100 as well as a $50 gift certificate from Dusty's Cantina. Coincidentally, the name also fits a former mountain resident of a slightly larger form: Jessica Hare. Jessica lived in Whistler Mountain's alpine residence for four of her five years and gained the nickname Pika.
02-385-120. Pg. 24. Caption: [left] Wendy von der Porten, Physician, Vancouver/Whistler.
02-385-118. Pg. 24. Caption: [middle] John Matthews, Businessman, Hawaii
02-385-117. Pg. 24. Caption: [right] Tom Handford, Carpenter, Sooke, B.C.
02-385-99. Pg. 27. Caption: Pika's (pronounced Peeka's) was officially opened Friday as Whistler Mountain unveiled its newest mountaintop restaurant. The two-level facility, which will feature light entertainment in the afternoon, is licensed to seat 400 skiers. Dressed in white in the centre are some of PIka's kitchen staff.
02-385-67. Pg. 28. Caption: A winter scene at Jordan Creek in Alpha Lake Park.
02-385-9. Pg. 29. Caption: Blackcomb Mountain Staff
02-385-155. Pg. 31. Caption: Vox Humana, an a capella choir group from Vancouver, entertained only 33 people Saturday evening at the Delta an event organized by Whistler Community Arts Council. Whistler Visitors and residents missed out on a stellar performance by the group as they performed Spanish, Latin, and traditional Christmas carols. One of the highlights of the evening included the touching rendition of a carol written by a Vancouver woman who's child died on Christmas.
- February 21, 1985
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to Team Canada Men's Alpine Team; portraits; art show; reading; band playing; houses
Appears in February 21, 1985 issue:
02-377-42. Pg. 1. Caption: Long John Baldry goin' strong at The Longhorn Sunday.
02-377-19. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] During an introductory press conference Sunday at Crystal Lodge, Todd Brooker (far left) introduces members of the Canadian Men's Alpine Team: (left to right) Felix Belcyzk, Chris Kent, Paul Boivin, Chris McIver and Jim Kirby. See stories pages 10 and 19.
02-377-2. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom right] Ministry of Environment, Tony Brummet.
02-377-18. Pg. 8. Caption: Judson Beaumont's untitled floor piece in wood, arboreta and copper (foreground) and Theresa Henry's Star Valentine were just two of the many pieces featured during Art '85 last weekend at Myrtle Philip School.
02-377-64. Pg. 11. Caption: Cheryl Young is the new director of sales for the Conference Centre. She will be working out of the Whistler Resort Association's Vancouver office.
02-377-22. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Susan Canaga, Systems analyst, Auburn, Wash.
02-377-13. Pg. 18. Caption: [middle] Jan Seger, Ski instructor, White Gold.
02-377-14. Pg. 18. Caption: [right] Larry Hryshk, Student, Winnipeg.
02-377-48. Pg. 20. Caption: Canadian bluesman Long John Baldry and crew crank it out at The Longhorn Sunday.
- January 19, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to band playing; portraits; art; gambling; bonfire; building the World Downhill course; handicapped ski centre; medics; reading; The Delta Mountain Inn
Appears in January 19, 1984 issue:
02-372-40. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Terry Redmond, 41, became the Whistler Resort Association's new general manager Sunday, Jan. 15. Redmond comes from Westours Inc., a Seattle-based firm specializing in tourist and resort business, where he was vice-president in charge of marketing. Redmond is married with two children and as he becomes familiarized with the WRA and Whistler, Drew Meredith, interim executive director, will slowly become less involved in the day-to-day running of the association.
02-372-14. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Doreen Williams, Mom, Port Coquitlam.
02-372-13. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Richard Young, Janitor, New Westminster.
02-372-16. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Sharon Middlekamp, Realtor, Vancouver.
02-372-2. Pg. 9. Caption: Folksinger Valdy played to packed houses at Dusty's Salooon Friday and Saturday nights and is warming up to a Canada-wide tour and relax of his first album in three years.
- June 21, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to painting storefront; reading the newspaper on a chairlift; portraits; BMX competition; children; woman on stilts; clown performance; stairs; relay races; Rotary Club; swings
Appears in June 21, 1984 issue:
02-400-D-16. Pg. 1. Caption: The Extraordinary Clown Band was one of the highlights of this year's Children's Art Festival held Saturday and Sunday. While the band entranced youngsters with feats of juggling and slapstick, 65 workshops featuring pottery, break dancing and writing as well as many other artistic pursuits took place in Myrtle Philip School.
02-400-A-17. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Staff of The Whistler Question, who recently received word that the newspaper has won a first-place national award for the second year in a row, are, on the bottom row left to right: Janis Roitenberg (office manager), Shannon Halkett (typesetting and graphics) and Pauline Wiebe (typesetting and graphics). Top row left to right: Stew Muir (reporter), Glenda Bartosh (publisher) and Kevin C. Griffin (editor).
02-400-E-8. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Harley Paul and Bryan Hidi were just a 'hanging' around Friday in between events at the Myrtle Philip School sports day. Sports day events included a three-legged race for parents, nail-banging contest, long jumping and, of course, balloon sitting.
02-400-D-18. Pg. 7. Caption: The bubbles never burst during the weekend's Children's Art Festival. They just kept on floating.
02-400-A-27. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Chris Simpson, Student, Alta Vista.
02-400-A-23. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Brigette Richters, Domestic Engineer, Alpine Meadows.
02-400-A-26. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Jan MacKenzie, Post Office Employee, Whistler Cay.
02-400-D-3. Pg. 9. Caption: Auctioneer Gary Raymond convinced Dandelion Daycare parents to pitch in nearly $1,000 at Sunday's fundraiser. Raymond's regular occupation is municipal treasurer, but to the parents setting about improving daycare facilities here, his performance guarantees he definitely has a second career option. See Notes From All Over.
02-400-B-10. Pg. 12. Caption: A team of BMX freestylers cyclists added to the weekend's festivities and gave Whistler just a taste of what things will be like here next summer when the BMX World Championships come to town. Two young performers on BMX bikes travelled from Pitt Meadows to represent the Lynx factory team.
02-400-D-1. Pg. 18. Caption: Tuesday's fingerprinting program at Myrtle Philip School recorded the definitive marks of 148 kids by the early afternoon, a number that parent organizers were pleased with Cst. Rocky Fortin helped establish the one-day, and trained parent volunteers to do the actual work. Here, Fortin and little Sabreena Goode look on as Mac Wilson practices here techniques.
- March 15, 1984
Part of Whistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to 1984 World Cup ski racing; portraits; art; skiers; medal presentations for Men's Downhill; drinking; Willie Whistler; buffet; group photos; cleaning up after ski event; band playing outdoor concert; heli-skiing; helicopter interior; aerial views of the mountains; Billy Johnson; small airplanes; Pemberton Airport; buses; signing autographs; chefs preparing dinner buffet; men in costumes dancing; ski gear; gambling; Molly Boyd and the Children's Choir; Todd Brooker; Rob Boyd; dancing and acting; Serge Lang; DJ; outdoor inflatables and balloons; Hans Rammellmueller; Fischer ski tech for Podborski; Blackcomb Mountain; Expo 86 banner and parade; Whistler Conference Centre construction; marching band; party with hats; reading; Winterfest
Appears in March 15, 1984 issue:
02-361-45. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Several thousand people travelled from the gondola base to Whistler Village Sunday to see downhill winners Bill Johnson (U.S.), Helmut Hoeflehner (Austria) and Pirmin Zurbriggen (Switzerland) receive their soapstone sculptured trophies.
02-361-490. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Here she is, Winterfest Queen Barbara Chomos. She was selected from a field of eight competitors last Wednesday and is here crowned by Elandra Demidoff of Studio 83.
02-361-396. Pg. 6. Caption: [top] Standing room only was no exaggeration both Friday and Saturday night in the festival tent as Doug & The Slugs put on their best side for Winterfest. Both nights sold out, and estimates are that 2,000 danced their way through the tent Saturday.
02-361-409. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Another first in Canada! And it happened right here in Whistler! Yes. Mayor Mark Angus was seen issuing his own gag order Saturday night behind the scenes of the Grand Ball. Despite the efforts of Umberto Menghi, Angus insisted that restraint was necessary.
02-361-529. Pg. 8. Caption: A playful Expo Ernie floats high and might above all the excitement in the Village Square beer garden Thursday. After a magnificent Voodoo jet fly-past, Expo Ernie and hundreds of others paraded down to Mountain Square for the official opening ceremonies.
02-361-552. Pg. 9. Caption: One of the silent workers of the World Cup circuit, Fischer ski rep Peter Heenen prepares downhill racing skis Saturday for the following day's race.
02-361-25. Pg. 10. Caption: [top middle] Wendy Balmer, Liquor Store employee, Alta Vista.
02-361-353. Pg. 11. Caption: Hans Loschl serves but a few plates of antipasto for the 116 guests at Saturday's Grand Ball in Myrtle Philip School. Diners paid $125 each for the five-course dinner, with proceeds going to help defray Winterfest Society expenses.
02-361-439. Pg. 21. Caption: Todd Brooker, along with the rest of the Canadian downhill team, visited Myrtle Philip School last Wednesday, and in between signing autographs Brooker gave a short speech.