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The World Ski and Snowboard Festival is looking for volunteers for the April 4-14 period. Volunteer tasks include banner crew, staging assistants, VIP hosting and accreditation. Each volunteer will receive an incentive package which includes World Ski and Snowboard Festival merchandise and lift passes, based on their commitment. For information contact the volunteer hotline at 938-7809 and leave your name. Applications can be picked up at the Dual Mountain office and at Blackcomb Human Resources. The Whistler Museum and Archives Society’s third television auction is on the Whistler Cable 6 airwaves from Friday April 5 to Sunday April 14. The auction is a unique way for businesses to have their custom made 30 second commercial air at least twice a day during the 10-day auction. Every business that donates a product or service to the auction will receive a custom made 30 second commercial describing their business. The museum receives the money the donation gets through the auction and the business receives air time on Whistler Cable 6. Call the museum at 932-2019 for more information. Application packages for this year’s Summer Career Placement Program, part of the federal government’s Youth Employment and Learning Strategy to prepare young people for the workforce, are now available. The Whistler Employment Centre is creating a data base of students interested in summer employment through SCP. Students interested in registering and employers looking for application packages should contact the Employment Centre on Lake Placid Road, next to the Chamber of Commerce office. Call 932-6281. The deadline for submission of fee listings for the Sea to Sky Film Directory has been extended to April 1. The deadline for advertising in the directory is April 15. Listing registration forms can be faxed to the Sea to Sky Economic Development Commission at 892-5227. For more information call 892-5531. The Sea to Sky Film Directory will be published in May. It will be distributed to film production companies in Vancouver and Los Angeles.

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