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Lisa Kallio for

The Primary and Intermediate teachers

Spring Creek Community School

Scrabble winners all

There are some closet Scrabble enthusiasts in Whistler, and 21 of them turned out for the second annual Scrabble Tournament held at the library on Jan. 25th. Most players managed to get in three games, and a good time was had by all.

The top score was 464, played by Lisa Taylor. Thanks go out to Farfalla Hair and Esthetics for donating a manicure for her first prize.

Tied for second place, with scores around 400 were Katharine Shepherd and Bobbi Tizzard, winners of library book bags. Chocolates donated by Roger's Chocolates were awarded to Judy Fletcher, for the highest score using a regular (not Scrabble) dictionary, and as a draw prize to Sean Fairfield.

The youngest player, Max Edwards, age 11, was awarded a Scrabble Dictionary.

Thanks to all the players and volunteers who came and made this event so enjoyable and successful!

Jane Reid for

The Friends of the Whistler Public Library