Partial recall for the week of April 11 

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hoto by Nick Hubling/Coast Mountain Photography
EXTREME PARTIERS Locals gathered at the Hangar in Function Junction on Saturday, April 6, for the ‘Freakers Ball’ to celebrate 25 years of Extremely Canadian
hoto by Chris Starck / Coast Mountain Photography
DANCING PARTNERS Scott Downing and daughter Ali dressed in their best for Whistler’s annual Father Daughter Dance at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler on Saturday, April 6
Photo submitted
MOST STOKED Anna Gibson, winner of the Whistler Chamber of Commerce’s ‘Most Stoked’ individual contest, pictured with Jessica Prince at the Rendezvous during Chamber Après on Thursday, April 4
Photo by Jackie Dickinson
CELEBRATING VOLUNTEERS The Whistler Community Services Society is thankful for the loyal and dedicated volunteers who help with its Food Bank Program every Monday—especially during National Volunteer Week
Photo submitted
BROWNIES BEHIND BARS Two Whistler Brownies were briefly detained by Whistler RCMP, who graciously hosted the Brownies group for a public safety tour last week. The Brownies were not previously known to police and were released without conditions
Photo by Megan Lalonde
NEW CANADIANS Whistler residents Adam Farhan (second from right) and Rob Atherton (third from right) celebrate after becoming Canadian citizens during a special citizenship ceremony held at the Audain Art Museum on Tuesday, April 9
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hoto by Nick Hubling/Coast Mountain Photography
EXTREME PARTIERS Locals gathered at the Hangar in Function Junction on Saturday, April 6, for the ‘Freakers Ball’ to celebrate 25 years of Extremely Canadian