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Week of April 12, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to singing; landscapes; interiors; Lakeside Beach; High Hand band; receiving trophies and awards; dancing; weightlifting; band playing; speeches
Appears in April 12, 1984 issue:
02-358-9. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Parts of Mt. Whistler Lodge still stand nearly intact on the shore of Alta Lake. The main building is now on its last foundations but close by are a few old log cabins one part of the fishing lodge, which finally was condemned in the mid-70's after a 30-year career as a popular destination for city dwellers.
02-358-23. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Iain Harris, President of Air B.C.
02-358-49. Pg. 8. Caption: Will the Real Inspector Hound please stand up? Or at least not fall over when you're run into by a semi-paralyzed invalid from Canada. A lighter moment wheeled into the current Howe Sound Drama Club production featured at Brackendale Art Gallery April 13 and 15.
02-358-68. Pg. 11. Caption: The Pumphouse at Whistler Creek Lodge is the place to be for pumping iron in Whistler. The club, which anyone can join, boasts a wide variety of barbells, dumbbells and more modern exercise machines, such as the one Pierre Taillefer was working out on Sunday. Membership costs $30 a month, with a discount for the six-month membership.
02-358-75. Pg. 15. Caption: Terri Schlingloff of Whistler grabbed a spot on the Women's Freestyle Team over the weekend after taking third place in her specialty at the National Freestyle Championships held at Sunshine Village near Banff. Schlingloff was the top B.C. skier in the events and earned her national team spot in the moguls competition. She placed behind Lucy Barma and Meredith Gardner. Ann Fraser took fourth place. Schlingloff will join the European World Cup tour in December and may have a spot on the Europa Cup tour as well.
02-358-33. Pg. 18. Caption: John Robinson holds the trophy awarded to the Winterhawks by Howe Sound Men's Hockey League President Tom Russell for winning this year's championship. The awards banquet, held in The Chief-tain Hotel in Squamish last Saturday, also saw Winterhawk Brian Ayearst pick up awards for Best Defenceman of the Year and Most Valuable Player in the Playoffs. Rick Rosser, from Triple C, received the High Scorer and Most Valuable Player Award for regular season play. Exporter Garth McCreedy was awarded the Most Sportsmanlike Player while John Hunter's picked put the Most Sportsmanlike Team Award. Triple C also received an award for finishing the season in first place and Exporter Darren Doak picked up the award for Rookie of the Year.
Appears in April 5, 1984 issue:
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Week of August 23, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to running race; car accident; weightlifting in Whistler Village; tug of war; portraits; City Hall; roof; construction; Dave Murray Summer Camps; Alpine; summertime on Whistler Mountain; Lorne Borgal; Rodger McCarthy; skiing; Groundbreaking ceremony Pika's Rest; Mr. Mountain competition; Battle of the Travel Stars;
Appears in August 23, 1984 issue:
02-420-B-24. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] Seven athletes competed over the weekend for the Mr. Mountain title, which was eventually won by defending champ Ken Hardy. Events included golfing, kayaking, cycling, weightlifting and a series of timed calisthenics.
02-420-A-2. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Municipal Clerk Kris Shoup Robinson packs it in Friday, Aug. 17 for the big move to bigger and better facilities at the new municipal hall in Whistler Village. Staff have been waiting five years for the move.
02-420-C-31. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] This Baxter condotel unit may seem out of place on West Georgia Street in Vancouver, but marketing consultant Mel Grebinsky says it's one of the "highest profile" corners in the city. The Baxter Group is marketing 165 of the $50,000 units inside the buildings, which will be built near the Whistler gondola, and according to Grebinsky, everyone from office clerks to lawyers is interested. Admission to the downtown show unit is by donation to the Variety Club.
02-420-F-14. Pg. 5. Caption: Now that;s breaking ground! Whistler Mountain's new addition to its Squarehouse got underway last Wednesday with (L to R) Roger McCarthy, project manager; Lorne Borgal, WMSC president; and Dave Murray, director of skiing. The initial phase of the project, slated for a December completion, includes a 350-seat dining area and 186 sq. m kitchen designed to produced baked goods, soups and a variety of other items. Additional improvements scheduled for the 1985/86 ski season include a 250-seat mezzanine and the balance of a full production kitchen.
02-420-B-29. Pg. 8. Caption: About 120 travel agents flocked to Whistler Saturday for a fun-day event appropriately titled Battle of the Travel Stars. These office athletes completed obstacle courses by foot and by canoe, set new records in swimming.dress-up event at Delta Mountain Inn's pool and ended the day with a rousing banquet at the hotel. The tug-of-war (above) had the added excitement of a pool of Mazola between the two teams.
02-420-F-25. Pg. 9. Caption: A healthy group of 30 young skiers is taking part in a month-long Whistler Mountain Ski Club ski camp. Skiing sessions are held on the Whistler Mountain glaciers using the club's rope tow, but the skiers also spent a week drylands training before starting the technically-oriented camp directed by coach Jacques Morel. Skiers are taking a one-week break before starting the slalom session.

Week of July 11, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to digging and gardening; man showing muscles; cycling race; running race; Whistler Village; film crew; jumping over hay; Carousel Theatre Company; baked goods; receiving awards and medals; lifting weights in Whistler Village; portraits; firemen and fire
Appears in July 21, 1983 issue:
02-341-08. Pg. 7. Caption: [top] See to the last little jobs to be done at Alpha Lake Park are Park Planner Tom Barratt (above right) and park crew member Suzanne McLean. The lake and sandy beach are just visible in the background and tennis courts are planned for the area to the left.
Appears in July 14, 1983 issue:
02-341-242. Pg. 2. Caption: Paul Tettamanti ... King of the Mountain.
02-341-237. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Whistler Volunteer Fire Department was on the scene in record time when a blaze broke out in a sauna at Whiski Jack condominiums Sunday, July 10. Rick Crofton (above) dons one of 21 air packs used in the fire. Reason for the fire has not been determined and it was contained to one room.
02-341-103. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Michael Robison (left) and Curtis Petersen (right) of Petersen Productions.
02-341-178. Pg. 5. Caption: Pounding the pavement, 247 runners headed out early Sunday, July 10 on the Second Annual Whistler Marathon and Half Marathon. Anyone who finished was a winner.
02-341-250. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Sue Rosser, Book Store Manager, Alpine Meadows.
02-341-246. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Chris Moore, Real Estate Agent, Alpine Meadows.
02-341-140. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Nearly 600 people entered the delectable world of Carousel Theatre's Chocolate Extravaganza Sunday, July 10 to sample and savour the world's favourite sweet treat. Kids of all ages were fascinated by the delectable creations of Cary Sears, a visiting chef from Vancouver's Delta River Inn. Sears used melted chocolate poured on wax paper to construct an edible sculpture resplendent with creamy butterflies.
02-341-98. Pg. 7. Caption: [top] Jody Krehel ... tops in women's marathon.
02-341-95. Pg. 7. Caption: [middle] Duff Wadall ... outpaced Tom Howard.
02-341-201. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom] Tom McGee .. world's strongest man shows them how it's done in Mr. Mountain contest.
02-341-32. Pg. 8. Caption: Geoff Sehwerikle, 12, and Mark Will, 13, punch in a quick game of "Tron" on the first day at Blackcomb Computer Camp at Tantalus Lodge, July 11.
02-341-135. Pg. 9. Caption: Mr. Mountain Ken Hardy (left) takes one giant leap in the obstacle race, comfortably outdistancing fellow competitor Nigel Woods. Hardy won the five-event competition held July 9 with a total score of 42 points.

Week of October 6, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; bingo; construction; group photos; computer; telephone; suspension bridge; drinking; landscapes; weightlifting; Whistler Winterhawks hockey
Appears in October 13, 1983 issue:
02-353-67. Pg. 7. Caption: Marilyn Manso, one of three employees at the Alta Lake weather station, enters local weather information on a data terminal linked with Toronto. Entries must be made every hour on the hour or more often as changing weather patterns dictate.
Appears in October 6, 1983 issue:
02-353-141. Pg. 1. Caption: A cold crisp morning kept most creatures inside early Sunday, but this great blue heron had work to do. It was photographed as it flower over the River of Golden Dreams close to Green Lake looking for fish. Shortly after this photo was taken an industrious beaver swam past carrying wood for its lodge.
02-353-102. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] (Above) A smiling Ted Pryce-Jones proudly snips the ribbon to make the official opening of the new suspension bridge built across the Callaghan River near the Cheakamus River junction last Thursday. Pryce-Jones designed the army-style bridge and with the help of a host of EBAP workers completed the project in under three months.
02-353-116. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] (Right) Bridge decking is composed of 3.5 m long fir planks treated with a special wood preservative designed to make them last more than 20 years. And for those with bridge phobias, 2 1/2 cm steel cables stretch across the river to provide for a safe crossing.
02-353-46. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Max MacDonald, Ski Instructor, Whistler Village.
02-353-146. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Gary Byrne, Hotel employee, Alta Vista.

Week of September 20, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to exercising on a mini trampoline and with weight machines; punching bags; portraits; Whistler Cay Heights; golfing; construction; band playing; roads; children's activities; drinking at a pub; cars; houses; cabin on fire; firefighters; bartending course
Appears in September 13, 1984 issue:
02-416-B-26. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] The Raines: Willy, Charley, Nancy and Al, returned to Whistler just before school started after two years in Crans, Montana, Switzerland. Al and Nancy were ski instructors in the 1,500-person resort while the 14-year-old twins went to school in the French speaking community.
02-416-B-20. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Rebecca Renfrew, Computer Programmer, Alpine Meadows.
02-416-B-25. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Hatto Horn, Chef, Alta Vista.
02-416-B-22. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Barbara Voncina, Housekeeper, Tapley's Farm.
Appears in September 20, 1984 issue:
02-416-E-14. Pg. 1. Caption: Whistler Fire Department members Craig Barker (left) and Dave Steers were among the 22 firemen who rushed to the burning house at 9516 Emerald Drive early Sunday afternoon. Although the blaze appeared to be extinguished, it re-ignited early Monday morning.
02-416-E-23. Pg. 3. Caption: [left] Only the charred frame of Brian Fitzgerald's house remains after a fire quickly swept through it Sunday. The blaze took less than one-half hour to engulf the house.
02-416-E-27. Pg. 3. Caption: [right] (Below) Fitzgerald had removed much of the furniture from the house but what was left behind didn't survive the fire.
02-416-C-29. Pg. 8. Caption: Kin Lalat, a quintet of exiled Guatamalen musicians, entertained a sympathetic audience Sunday at the Pemberton Legion. The group uses traditional instruments including marimbas, maracas, drums and guitar, and a gives a strong outside voice to freedom-fighting Guatamalens.
02-416-D-29. Pg. 10. Caption: About 45 modified competition cars gathered here again this year for the Burnaby/Coquitlam Motorsport Association hill climb and rally over the weekend. Entrants ranged from formula cars to souped-up Datsuns.
02-416-E-5. Pg. 11. Caption: Dave Schock, from Great West Distillers, talked about small wineries and distilleries competing in an international market with multinationals at the Chamber of Commerce meeting in the Crystal Lodge last Tuesday. As well, the chamber announced it is raising its membership fees this year. Individual fees rise from $35 to $50, and corporate fees from $100-$135. Corporations can also pay fees quarterly which would work out to $150.
02-416-A-9. Pg. 14. Caption: New Delta Mountain Inn general manager Glen Bogden (left) was welcomed to the business community at a small cocktail party last Wednesday. Sjaan DiLalla from Crystal Lodge is introduced by Delta sales manager Charles Ku. Bowden comes to the Delta chain from Edmonton.
02-416-A-16. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Kay Beckon, Waitress Brio, Wendy Downes, Longhorn manager, Alta Vista.
02-416-A-13. Pg. 18. Caption: [right] Kevin Burton with son Chris, Bartender, Brio.
02-416-A-15. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] Mark Angus, Pascal Tiphine and Umberto Menghi were jointly asked Whistler's Answers this week. Although they all agreed that yes, we need more cultural events here, they disagreed on the type of house wine village restaurants should use.
02-416-C-11. Pg. 21. Caption: Bartending course student Sandy Vallender practices the fine art of making a layered liqueur drink. Ross Smith, instructor of the three week course offered through Capilano College, teaches the 12 students everything they need to know about tending a bar professionally -- including the recipe for a perfect Martini.
02-416-A-024. [Foreground from left to right: unknown and Cheryl Morningstar, background from left to right: Russ Shepherd and Lindsay Wilson]
02-416-A-025. [From left to right: unknown, Wayne [Dichicson?],Doug Walsh, and Kathy MacAlister]
02-416-A-026. [From left to right: Jan DeLilla, Lindsay Wilson, unknown, and unknown]
02-416-A-029. [From left to right: Lorne Borgal, unknown, unknown]
02-416-A-031. [Ken Newington]