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Partial Recall for the week of May 5

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PASSING THE BANNER Current Rotary district governor John Anderson presents incoming district governor Lyn Stroshin of the Rotary Club of Whistler Millennium with the presidential banner at the Rotary District 5040 conference, Fairmont Chateau Whistler, on Sunday, May 1. With Alex and Lyn Stroshin, John Anderson, Liz Peacock and Claire Anderson, left to right. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • PASSING THE BANNER Current Rotary district governor John Anderson presents incoming district governor Lyn Stroshin of the Rotary Club of Whistler Millennium with the presidential banner at the Rotary District 5040 conference, Fairmont Chateau Whistler, on Sunday, May 1. With Alex and Lyn Stroshin, John Anderson, Liz Peacock and Claire Anderson, left to right.
INTREPID FLYER Paraglider pilot Al Thielmann landed in Pemberton on Tuesday, May 3, after a flight lasting over 4 hours and 30 minutes, covering roughly 130 kilometres from Mission, B.C. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • INTREPID FLYER Paraglider pilot Al Thielmann landed in Pemberton on Tuesday, May 3, after a flight lasting over 4 hours and 30 minutes, covering roughly 130 kilometres from Mission, B.C.
EAU, EXCELLENT Bobby Clarke, utilities foreman and the representative of the District of Hope, accepts the honour of "Best of the Best" at the Tap Water Taste Test held at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler on Tuesday, May 3. Fourteen B.C. and Yukon communities competed for best tap water. Whistler was ranked in the top five. The runners-up were Port Alberni and Squamish. - PHOTO BY LYNN MITGES
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  • EAU, EXCELLENT Bobby Clarke, utilities foreman and the representative of the District of Hope, accepts the honour of "Best of the Best" at the Tap Water Taste Test held at the Fairmont Chateau Whistler on Tuesday, May 3. Fourteen B.C. and Yukon communities competed for best tap water. Whistler was ranked in the top five. The runners-up were Port Alberni and Squamish.
GUITAR BAND Local musician and guitar teacher Will Ross leads Spring Creek Community School students in a guitar performance on Tuesday, April 26. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • GUITAR BAND Local musician and guitar teacher Will Ross leads Spring Creek Community School students in a guitar performance on Tuesday, April 26.
GARDENING BLOOMS Students in Mrs. Unruh's Grade 4 and 5 class build garden boxes at Myrtle Philip Community School on Monday, May 2. - PHOTO SUBMITTED
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  • GARDENING BLOOMS Students in Mrs. Unruh's Grade 4 and 5 class build garden boxes at Myrtle Philip Community School on Monday, May 2.

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