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Week of August 2, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to summer skiing on belt in Whistler Village; windsurfing Alta Lake; marching band winning award for the Squamish Logger's Sports Parade

Week of February 22, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to army helicopter; Squamish; Whistler Fire Hall; cross-country skiing; Dave Murray retirement party at Myrtle Philip School; Crazy Canuck; ski race; chairlift; Shell Cup; Search and Rescue Squadron 422 from Comrox; Krazy Kanucks presented with a 'superskier' cartoon after Shell Cup; Creekside Husky and tow truck
Appears in February 25, 1982 issue:
02-220-143 Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Diana Pooke -- Shell Cup Co-ordinator for Shell Canada.
02-220-20. Pg. 4. Caption: The first test run of the fire department's late addition proved it could be instrumental in putting out high level fires such as the one at Whistler Village Inn Jan. 13.
02-220-10. Pg. 9. Caption: Mayor Pat Carleton greets Federal Fitness Minister Gerald Regan and family when they visited Whistler on Feb. 19.
02-220-79. Pg. 11. Caption: Dave Murray (left) is congratulated by Canadian National Ski Team coach John Ritchie at a reception for the retiring nine-year veteran.
02-220-5. Pg. 12. Caption: Search and Rescue Squadron 422 from Comox dropped into Whistler last week for a mountain rescue training session.
02-220-120. Pg. 13. Caption: Dave Irwin
02-220-166. Pg. 13. Caption: Todd Brooker
02-220-179. Pg. 13. Caption: Bob Lahti
02-220-89. Pg. 15. Caption: Dave Murray displays his giant card made by Isobel McLaurin.
02-220-54. Pg. 16. Caption: A group of young beavers, dreams of downhill racing in their heads, in attendance at Dave Murray's reception.
02-220-148. Pg. 19. Caption: Mike Carney, winner of the 1981 Canadian Juvenile Championships, 15-year old Mike Carney of Squamish was one of the many young competitors hoping to get a chance at pitting themselves against the likes of Murray and Podborski.
02-220-137. Pg. 22. Caption: [top left] Mark Angus, Contractor, Gondoal Area resident
02-220-127. Pg. 22. Caption: [top middle] Shannon Wells, Secretary at McConkey's Ski Shop, White Gold resident
02-220-129. Pg. 22. Caption: [top right] Grant Balmer, Service Manager at Blackcombe Sports, Alpine Meadows resident
02-220-140. Pg. 22. Caption: [bottom left] Dave MacPhail, Plumbing Inspector, Alpine Meadows resident
02-220-125. Pg. 22. Caption: [bottom middle] Amy Shoup, Clerk at Whistler Creek Ski Shop
02-220-138. Pg. 22. Caption: [bottom right] Trudi Alder, Contractor, Nesters resident
02-220-58. Pg. 25. Caption: Andy Marynowski of Shell Canada presents the 'Crazy Kanucks' with a 'superstore' cartoon after the Shell Cup was cancelled on Feb. 22.
02-220-190. Pg. 28. Caption: A parking attendant's dream ... This giant tow truck pulled into town the other day -- and quickly pulled out again, much to the relief of nearby parking violators.
02-220-151. Pg. 30. Caption: Canada's answer to Leroy Neimann. Ken F. Wesman, formerly of West Vancouver and now of Calgary, had a little time on his hand and managed in two months to come up with eight dynamic oil paintings of the Canadian National Ski Team. Shell Canada purchased the entire collection and present two of the canvasses (complete with fresh, sticky surfaces) to Dave Murray and Dave Irwin. From Whistler Wesman will head back to Calgary and start work on a 3x8' montage for the 1988 Winter Olympics.

Week of December 21, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to drinking and dancing at restaurant; skiing; Myrtle Philip School Play; ski races; Blackcomb Mountain; musician; construction; Christmas; Santa and children
Appears in December 23, 1981 issue:
02-231-181. Pg. 2. Caption: A Merry, Merry Christmas to All.
02-231-217. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Gerry Frechette gets a hand from Sylvan Ferguson in erecting the parking meter stand.
02-231-172. Pg. 6. Caption: It's live entertainment compliments of live Keith Bennett every afternoon from apres ski at Club 10.
02-231-179. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Paul Vance, 2 year-old, Alpine Meadows.
02-231-186. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Laura Wylie, 6 year-old, Alpine Meadows.
02-231-187. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Tory Hansen, 11 year-old, White Gold Estates.
02-231-190. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Brad Rusted, 15 year old, Alpine Meadows.
02-231-178 Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Charlie Raine, 11 year-old, Brio.
02-231-39. Pg. 9. Caption: The meaning of Christmas.
02-231-169. Pg. 10. Caption: Owner Dick Gibbons (left) and designer Gilbert Konqui lend a hand getting The Longhorn ready for action. Located in Carleton Lodge in the Village, the 250-seat restaurant is ready to serve you a drink and a quick, hot meal.
02-231-66. Pg. 12. Caption: [top] [Skier]
02-231-87. Pg. 12. Caption: [bottom] [Skier]
02-231-58. Pg. 13. Caption: [right] It was in the December 17th school play, no clownin' around for these crazy guys as they explained that it makes' furious if you don't take clowns serious.
02-231-38. Pg. 14. Caption: Make-up time for moms and dads and kids before curtain call for the Myrtle Philip School play.
02-231-209. Pg. 15. Caption: Going back in a time machine took us to this scene in Bethlehem in the school play, 2001 Christmas.
02-231-44. Pg. 16. Caption: The whole gang (almost) before curtain call.
02-231-176. Pg. 20. Caption: Secrets between Samantha O'Keefe and Santa.
02-231-160. Pg. 22. Caption: Dr. Hoff gives a caring hand to Simba the Lion-hearted.
02-231-167. Pg. 23. Caption: Hat's off to Peter's Underground. Peter Skoros and crew give a tip of the old hat at the lively opening of Peter's Underground Sunday, December 20. Cordon Rouge, prime rib and a roomful of laughter highlighted the evening. Located under Tapley's, Peter's Underground promises good food at very reasonable prices 21.5 hours a day (open 6 a.m. - 3:30 a.m.) seven days a week.

Week of April 1, 1982

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.

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 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 February 21, 1985

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.

Week of February 7, 1985

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; ski gear; Fire Dept.; cross-country skiing; shoveling; Keg Challenge
Appears in February 7 , 1985 issue:
02-379-23. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Ken Domries (right) shows Paul Grilles (Middle) and Glen Mitchell how to operate the Whistler Volunteer Fire Department's ladder truck.
02-379-25. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The $20,000 LTI pumps out 4,500 litres a minute of water and is usually operated by a five-man crew
02-379-42. Pg. 6. Caption: Benno Jaeger, from Benno's Cross-Country Ski World, teach as group of beginners the fundamentals of cross-country skiing Saturday in the old playing field adjacent Myrtle Philip School. Cross-country ski lessons are available seven days a week from Benno's. Jaeger is also planning a mixed cross-country relay race from Sunday, Feb. 17 on the soccer field. There will be no charge for the event which will feature men and women competing in a fun event against each other.
02-379-66. Pg. 16. Caption: Doug Sack portrait.
02-379-7. Pg. 20. Caption: Grand prize winner, Paul Burrows (right), receive his pair of Blizzard Quattro skis from Nigel Woods, president of Coastal Mountain.
02-379-62. Pg. 24. Caption: Nick Leuchte, Macaulay Nicolls Maitland International.
02-379-48. Pg. 28. Caption: [left] Corporate Cup participants showed their creativity Saturday in the snow sculpture competition held on the Myrtle Philip School playing field. (Left) The team from Envirocon placed first in the snow sculpture with their version of a Kelt in a Mug.
02-379-57. Pg. 28. Caption: [right] Paper Dolls from Pacific Press sneaked into third with their version of a Nude in a Bathtub.
02-379-14. Pg. 29. Caption: Corporate Cup teams ran, hopped, slide and jumped through an obstacle course wearing snowshoes Saturday in Myrtle Philip School.
02-379-11. Pg. 30. Caption: [left] Max Wing, Skier, Club Cabins.
02-379-4. Pg. 30. Caption: [middle] Delmar Page, Bartender, Function Junction.
02-379-31. Pg. 30. Caption: [bottom] Whistler Mountain day skiers stand in line Saturday for refunds after the power to the north side lift system went out of commission. Inconvenienced skiers were given refunds, food vouchers, and hot drinks while the mountain's staff coaxed the lifts into operation again.

Week of January 10, 1985

Photographs including but not limited to polar bear rug; meeting; cross-country skiing; medal ceremony; film crew; frozen river and bridge; Whistler Community Church Men's and Women's Breakfast
Appears in January 17, 1985 issue:
02-383-36. Pg. 6. Caption: Blowing wind creates sand-like ripples on Green Lake.
02-383-54 Pg. 11. Caption: Rod Grange and crew from Skiing Video Productions are filming a winter movie for Whistler Mountain during the next seven weeks.
02-383-52. Pg. 20. Caption: Cross-country skiers using Lost Lake Park on Sunday wait to pay their $2 trail fee. According to municipal statistics released Friday, revenues from the controversial fee totalled $6,600 between Dec. 15 and Jan. 6. The fee has been levied only Friday to Monday, except during the Christmas holidays and when skiers were asked to pay for grooming seven days a week. The season-long cost of providing groomed trails four days a week is estimated at $32,000, while $26,400 in revenue is expected, for a loss to the municipality of $5,600. So far this season, the cross-country operation is showing gains over the 1983/84 season, when there was less snow on the ground for a shorter period of time. To date, revenue is up 75 per cent, while average revenue each day has risen 16 per cent, and the total number of paid skier visits is up 75 per cent. Elsewhere in B.C., ski operations are charging trail fees for the first time -- but most of them charge more than Whistler. Cypress Park and Seymour cost $3.75, Mt. Washington costs $4.50, Mt. Baker $2.50 and Manning Park $2.
Appears in January 10, 1985 issue:
02-383-49. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] The Bridge Meadows Bridge now is complete as this youngster skis across it. Cross-country skiers, who are part of the fastest growing winter sport in Canada, aren't deterred by the $2 a day fee and with excellent snow conditions, the sport is enjoying one of its best season in years in Whistler.
02-383-13. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] More than 270 cross-country ski racers participated in Sunday's 30 km race on the Lost Lake Trails. The race started on the new playing field adjacent Myrtle Philip School with Kauko Pusenuis finally emerging the winner with a time of 1:33:38.
02-383-7. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] The Alta Lake Sports Club also held a Junior Race Saturday where more than 37 youngsters competed. The young cross-country ski racers competed courses ranging in length from one kilometre to 7.5 km.
02-383-1. Pg. 10. Caption: Dr. Terry Winters spoke to 35 people at the Delta Mountain Inn Saturday at the Men's and Women's Breakfast organized by the Whistler Community Church. Winters, who is the host of the Terry Winter Show on Sundays on local CTV stations, spoke on "Is Christianity Credible Today?" he called Christianity either the world's biggest hoax or the world's biggest love story and recounted his own personal experience of Jesus Christ. Winters is also involved with the Canadian Council of Christian Charities which recently established stringent guide lines for television evangelists in the country.
02-383-41. Pg. 11. Caption: Bridge Meadows Bridge has been moved slightly downstream after the Thanksgiving Day Floods destroyed the original bridge.


Photographs taken by Greg Griffith depicting aerial views of Whistler Village, Myrtle Philip School, Black Chair, people skiing, and ski racing on Whistler Mountain.

Griffith, Greg

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