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SPRING SHOOTOUT 'Shut your five hole' celebrates after an exciting shootout win in the division finals at the second annual Whistler Women's Spring Fling tournament, held at Meadow Park Sports Centre over the weekend. Funds raised by the tournament support the Grindstone Award Foundation, a charity that aims to encourage young female hockey players to participate and improve their skills within the game.
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TAKE FLIGHT The Raven Room has a new mascot fabricated by Joe Sauve Metal Works.
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SUMMIT SOIREE It was a wild affair on Friday, May 10 at Whistler's Summit Lodge, as the boutique hotel hosted its third annual fundraiser to support education in developing nations. Sunny weather brought good cheer and a large turnout, and it's estimated that the party raised more than $11,000 to build schools in Mexico and Africa.
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ROTARY RULES The four Sea-to-Sky Rotary clubs (The Rotary Club of Squamish, The Rotary Club of Whistler, The Rotary Club of Whistler Millennium and the Rotary Club of Pemberton) present a $100,000 cheque to the Squamish Hospice Society at Hilltop House on Sunday, May 12. The funds, gathered through a range of significant fundraising efforts organized by each club, will be used for the Rotary Room in the new Sea to Sky Community Hospice facility.
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SPRING BOARD Pique reporter Joel Barde took a break from the hard-hitting journalism to enjoy the sunny spring weather on Whistler Blackcomb last week.
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FIRE SAFETY Whistler Fire Rescue Service firefighters Caine Tsujimura, Brad Heisterman, Keith Mellor, Captain Dan Kauffman and Chief John McKearney visited the Whistler Children's Centre on Wednesday, May 8. Mellor brought along his guitar to share important fire safety information with their young audience through sing-alongs.
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WORKING FOR WORCA Members of We Run Whistler skipped their weekly trail run in favour of some trail karma, instead helping the Whistler Off-Road Cycling Association break trail on the new Yummy Numby climb trail on Tuesday, May 14. Apres burgers and beer were courtesy of Creekside Market, Coast Mountain Brewing and the Comfortably Numb trail race.
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SPRING SHOOTOUT 'Shut your five hole' celebrates after an exciting shootout win in the division finals at the second annual Whistler Women's Spring Fling tournament, held at Meadow Park Sports Centre over the weekend. Funds raised by the tournament support the Grindstone Award Foundation, a charity that aims to encourage young female hockey players to participate and improve their skills within the game.

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