millenium update 

A town becomes a community In the early days of the 1960s and ’70s, the few weekenders and powder hounds that were Whistler formed a small and close-knit community. Everybody knew everyone else and easily half of the population could meet in Whistler Mountain’s Roundhouse restaurant. In its youth and vigour, the spiritual needs of the people were mostly met by communing with nature on Whistler’s peak and playing in the powder. Few people had school-age children and the future was an open book. Stay tuned... story 1 of 10 Campaign office: 905-4211 www.whistlermillenniumpl.com info@whistlermillenniumpl.com

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