Before you got a parking spot or parking pass for being Citizen of the Year, the lucky winner received the Citizen of the Year plaque. Can you spot which year they rearranged the names to fit more on?
The centre display of pottery at the Craft Fair.
Suzanne Wilson decorates a smiling face at the Community Club Craft Fair.
Const. Thompson engraves a pair of skis under the RCMP/Rotary Ski Watch Programme while Rotarian Norm Minns assists.
Flooding in Alta Vista – Ann and Dave Ricardo stand in front of their home…
… while Bill Wallace attempts to clear a culvert on Archibald Way.
Dave Cathers proudly holds the “Citizen of the Year” plaque awarded to him during the Chamber of Commerce Dinner/Dance.
Mayor Carleton reads oaths of office to incoming Chamber officers (l – r) Vice-President Michael D’Artois, President Drew Meredith, Secretary Jenny Busdon.
A smiling couple! Cathy & Bob Ainsworth at the dance.
President Drew Meredith makes presentations to Information Centre staff (l – r) Evelyn Cullen, Linda Satre and Laura McGuffin.
25 visiting Rotary students who came to Whistler for the weekend.
The first chair up Blackcomb – President Hugh Smythe loads the first skiers up the lift on December 4 while others wait to get up into the untracked snow.
The 18 foot cake prepared by Gourmet for the opening of Blackcomb Mountain.
A powder hound enjoys the deep under Lift 4 on Blackcomb last week.
1980 Citizen of the Year, Chamber of Commerce President Drew Meredith.
Ron Hyde stands proudly in front of the sandblasted cedar sign he had created as project manager for the Whistler store.
Managers Dennis Lamarche and Glen Holdner stock shelves at the new Whistler Liquor Store.
Al Davis makes a toast with Francine Lessard at the MDC banquet.
Laurier LaPierre gets a hand buckling up his boots from Jim McConkey. LaPierre was in town taping a CKU special on beginning skiing.
Hanging in Suspense. This workman tightens the cable for Whistler Cable TV’s new line running up the east face of Sproat. Photo by Peter Chrzanowski.
Citizen of the Year Trev Roote shows off his plaque to wife Susan outside his Whistler chalet.
Its owner Peter Skoros (left) under the new sign announcing his new restaurant in the Town Centre which will be opening next week.
Rosemary Dell gets a waving salute at her going away party Friday, December 10. Rosemary, the school bus driver, is leaving Whistler for wilder times at Kitwanga in northern BC.
A peaceful moment for two best friends crossing the fresh powder of Sproat Mountain.
Whistler’s post office is bursting at the seams with loads of presents sent to locals from points all over.
Connie Kutyn tops off the latest decoration to be added to Village Square… a Christmas tree to help get Whistlerites in the spirit.
Viv Jennings accepts the Citizen of the Year Award from last year’s honoured residents Trev Roote at a Whistler Chamber of Commerce meeting held December 11 at the Delta Mountain Inn.
Three proud artists… (L to R) John McNeill, Ken Wesman and Isobel MacLaurin.
O sing ye of good cheer! As did the Whistler Choir in perfect harmony. The choir, led by Sue Worden, brought a lovely tone to Village Square Sunday in the true spirit of Christmas.
Molly Boyd receives the plaque honouring her as the Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Saturday. Brian Walhovd, last year’s winner, announced to the crowd that Boyd was the 1984 winner for her involvement and extra commitment to the community.
The Chamber also announced its new slate of executives for 1985, which includes, from left to right, Roger Stacey and Nancy Trieber as vice-presidents and Dave Kirk as president. Mayor Terry Rodgers inducted the new executive, which resulted in laughter among the crowd when the three members attempted to read their chamber pledge in unison.
Club 10 was the host to West Coast Sports Mountain Shadows Saturday night, a fashion show featuring more than 29 different outfits all available at the ski outlet. All the models got together for one final display wearing moon boots by Diadora.
Pierre Couture opens a bottle of O’Keefe High Test in the Brass Rail, which boasts the most brass of any bar in Whistler.
Bartender Michael Branlon pours another pint of draft in the Longhorn, which has recently undergone substantial renovations.
Mischa Redmond shows some of the money he’s collected on his door-to-door African famine relief campaign.