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Partial recall for the week of April 28

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BOY AND GIRL RACERS Noah Fraser and Heidi Hunt from the Whistler 1st Scout Group cheer on their cars at the annual Sea to Sky Scout Car Rally in Squamish, on Saturday, April 23. - PHOTO BY DAVID BUZZARD/WWW.MEDIA-CENTRE.CA
  • Photo by David Buzzard/www.media-centre.ca
  • BOY AND GIRL RACERS Noah Fraser and Heidi Hunt from the Whistler 1st Scout Group cheer on their cars at the annual Sea to Sky Scout Car Rally in Squamish, on Saturday, April 23.
BIG WINNER Bruce MacMillan won an original Ski Heaven snowflake wall art piece in a contest that ran during the State of the ART show at the World Ski and Snowboard Festival. The contest raised awareness for protecting the environment. Ski Heaven makes objects out of repurposed skis and snowboards. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • BIG WINNER Bruce MacMillan won an original Ski Heaven snowflake wall art piece in a contest that ran during the State of the ART show at the World Ski and Snowboard Festival. The contest raised awareness for protecting the environment. Ski Heaven makes objects out of repurposed skis and snowboards.
RITES OF SPRING Children from the Grade 2 class at Whistler Waldorf School practised their maypole dance for their May Fair, which takes place on May 6. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • RITES OF SPRING Children from the Grade 2 class at Whistler Waldorf School practised their maypole dance for their May Fair, which takes place on May 6.
BEAR NECESSITIES Jack Douglas and Charlie Powis strut their stuff on the catwalk during the Hot and Cold Fashion Show for Whistler Secondary School Grads on Wednesday, April 20. The fundraiser raised almost $8,000. - PHOTO BY JOERN ROHDE/JOERNROHDE.COM FOR WSS GRADS
  • Photo by Joern Rohde/joernrohde.com for WSS grads
  • BEAR NECESSITIES Jack Douglas and Charlie Powis strut their stuff on the catwalk during the Hot and Cold Fashion Show for Whistler Secondary School Grads on Wednesday, April 20. The fundraiser raised almost $8,000.
GET RID OF GARBAGE Staff from the Fairmont Chateau Whistler picked up a lot of debris around the hotel and the Chateau Whistler Golf Course for Pitch In Day on Saturday, April 23. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • GET RID OF GARBAGE Staff from the Fairmont Chateau Whistler picked up a lot of debris around the hotel and the Chateau Whistler Golf Course for Pitch In Day on Saturday, April 23.

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