May 09, 2019 Slideshows » Features & Images

Partial recall for the week of May 9 

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FRIDAYS FOR FUTURE Whistler Secondary School students Matthew Ogilvie-Turner and Agostino Fravia attended a May 3 Vancouver student protest to demand action on climate change—and bumped into members of Protect Our Winters. L to R: Reuben Krabbe, Jeff Schmuck, Kelsey Serwa, Stan Rey, Ogilvie-Turner, Mike Douglas, and Fravia.
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HAPPY COUPLE Bob and Betty Dewhirst celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary at the Rimrock Café last weekend.
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99’ER Howard Goldsmid, 99, was up at the Umbrella Bar recently, enjoying a coffee and Bailey’s.
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WALK THE WALK The second annual Whistler Walk for Alzheimer’s, organized by Erika Durlacher on May 5, was a great success, with over $22,000 raised so far.
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TED TALKING Waldorf graduating students presented their year-long research projects at the Maury Young Arts Centre May 1 and 2. One student made her own album to be released while another made a short film about the effects of concussion in terms of depression and suicide.
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THE BEAUTIFUL PITCH The Janyk family and members of the Whistler Youth Soccer Club headed to the new Andrée Vajda Janyk Sports Field on the weekend to watch the beautiful game on the pitch. Andrée’s granddaughter plays with the U6 group while mom Britt coaches—a passing of the torch.
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FRIDAYS FOR FUTURE Whistler Secondary School students Matthew Ogilvie-Turner and Agostino Fravia attended a May 3 Vancouver student protest to demand action on climate change—and bumped into members of Protect Our Winters. L to R: Reuben Krabbe, Jeff Schmuck, Kelsey Serwa, Stan Rey, Ogilvie-Turner, Mike Douglas, and Fravia.

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