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Week of November 15, 1984
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November 15, 1984 (Creation)
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136 photographs : b&w negatives ; 3.5 x 2.5 cm and 35mm
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Photographs including but not limited to bar events; awards; Brownies; Girl Guides; Deanna White; the Beauvallon Club; Fire Hall; knitting; baking; construction; children on a playground; RCMP; birds; portraits; Fall Fair; Remembrance Day ceremony; slo-pitch banquet; municipal election; stellar jay; Whistler Winterhawks Benefit
Appears in November 15, 1984 issue:
02-390-79. Pg. 1. Caption: Sonya McCarthy with a selection of South American clothing she was selling at Saturday's Fall Fair. See page 3 for more details on the fair.
02-390-74. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] About 1,300 people passed through Myrtle Philip School gym and lunchroom Saturday for the 8th annual Fall Fair organized by Heather Gamache and Catherine Wiens from the Alta Lake Community Club. Although final figures haven't yet been tabulated. Gamut estimates the club raised close to $1,800 from the fair that featured clothing, jewellery, photography and art and other hand-made crafts. Sharon Daly was the lucky winner of the Whistler Mountain Ski Pass and Tapley's Pub the winner of the Blackcomb Ski Pass.
02-390-83. Pg. 3. Caption: [middle] Fall Fair fun
02-390-114. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Smith Brothers Wilson employees poured part of the concrete slab for the Conference Centre's second floor Friday. Construction crews are racing against the clock to get the second floor and roof completed before the end of the month. The 2,100 person capacity Conference Centre is scheduled to open June 1.
02-390-86. Pg. 11. Caption: About 75 people attended a brief Remembrance Day ceremony in from of the Tri-Services Building Sunday morning. At precisely 11 a.m. a minute of silence was observed to commemorate those Canadian men and women who died in battle and to give thanks for the peace they fought and died for.
02-390-16. Pg. 12. Caption: 150 people showed up for the last week's beer leagues slopitch banquet, despite weather conditions that were definitely not for baseball. Each team in the league made a trophy for presentation to one of the other teams. Trophies included a No Name brand trophy, a softball/sailboat, and a Muppet-like doll with one rather unMuppet-like feature. Above, Stoney's accepts its team trophy. The team won the league championship this year.
02-390-36. Pg. 14. Caption: Patrol leader Corrine Valleau looks on as two tenderfoot guides state their promise at a recent enrolment ceremony. Last Thursday saw girls from the Whistler Brownies, Guides and Pathfinders come together to share this very special occasion. There are now more than 30 young women involved with the Canadian Guiding program here in Whistler. From left to right, Corrine Valleau, Marika Richoz and Peaches Grant.
02-390-124. Pg. 15. Caption: Stellar Jays seem to be making the most of this so-far heavy winter, and are taking hand-outs wherever they can get them. This jay, spotted Sunday, didn't look exactly like this in reality, however, our darkroom technician achieved this unpredictable effect by flashing a fluorescent light during print development.
02-390-68. Pg. 22. Caption: About $1.1 million worth of real estate was sold in a little more than two hours by auctioneer Wayne Yoos in the Delta Mountain Inn when Crosby, Galbraith & Associates held its second auction in Whistler. Earlier this year the firm held a successful auction at the Highland Lodge. By the time bidding closed only three of the condominiums in the Blackcomb Lodge and 20 of the 24 in Timber Ridge were unsold. But Al Galbraith says that with various absentee bids and other deals arranged with clients he expects to have most of the remainder sold shortly. The most expensive condominium, a Blackcomb Lodge studio-loft with a fireplace and two balconies which was listed for $123,700 sold for $71,500, 40 per cent above the minimum bid price of $49,000.
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Donated to the museum by the Whistler Question.
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RAD, July 2008 version. Canadian Council of Archives.