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Partial recall for the week of September 19 

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Photo courtesy of the Whistler Blackcomb foundation
GOLFERS DO GOOD The 24th Annual TELUS Golf Classic fundraiser, held on Friday, Sept. 13 at the Fairmont Chateau course, was another sold-out success with 36 foursomes. The event also featured the third Annual Blackcomb Helicopter Heli Ball Drop, which sold out with 3,000 balls. Twelve balls landed in the hole with Todd Laney winning the draw—meaning he took home a Whistler Blackcomb Season Pass and Blackcomb Heli Tour for Five.
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BEER FEST BLUES Despite the rain, beer drinkers' spirits were high at the annual Whistler Village Beer Festival's main event thanks to tasty craft brews and live music.
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TACO 'BOUT PLANTS Julia Murray, the registered holistic nutritionist and plant-based chef behind Hooked on Plants blog, 'cheers' to a successful multi-course vegan dinner, held at the Raven Room to coincide with the worldwide premiere of The Game Changers on Sept. 16.
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ZUMBA Z00 Whistlerites got their Zumba on during a fitness party with sought-after Zumba education specialist Mario Gutierrez, who hails from Israel, on Friday night, Sept. 13 at Meadow Park Sports Centre. Whistler is gearing up to host its own "Party in pink" Zumba-sanctioned fundraising event to raise money for breast cancer research on Saturday, Oct. 5 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are available through Carmen Laslett (Zumbacarmen4@gmail.com) or Susie Douglas.
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WRITERS FEST WORKS The Whistler Public Library has set up a special shelf filled with the latest releases from the guest authors who will be attending this year's 2019 Whistler Writers Festival, as showcased by festival manager Rebecca Wood Barrett. Books can be checked out with a library card for anyone who wants a sneak peek before the fest.
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FAMILY FUN DAY Pique staff pose for a photo at the Rendezvous before braving Ziptrek Ecotour's Sasquatch zipline during our annual "Family Fun" activity day.
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Photo courtesy of the Whistler Blackcomb foundation
GOLFERS DO GOOD The 24th Annual TELUS Golf Classic fundraiser, held on Friday, Sept. 13 at the Fairmont Chateau course, was another sold-out success with 36 foursomes. The event also featured the third Annual Blackcomb Helicopter Heli Ball Drop, which sold out with 3,000 balls. Twelve balls landed in the hole with Todd Laney winning the draw—meaning he took home a Whistler Blackcomb Season Pass and Blackcomb Heli Tour for Five.

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