Partial recall for the week of May 7th 

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Photo by Megan Lalonde
HAVE COURAGE Have you spotted this inspiring sign hanging from the Nordic footbridge?
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VIRTUAL MARATHON Twenty-year-old Whistler resident Leah Brownlie crosses the finish line after completing her first-ever full marathon last week. However, Brownlie finished all 42.2 kilometres on her own, since mass gatherings typically seen during traditional races don't exactly comply with physical-distancing orders. "She was so disappointed when the Vancouver Marathon was cancelled, so we have been planning a virtual one since the end of March," wrote Leah's mom, Liz. "The support from friends and neighbours to cheer, run and bike with her along the route was amazing."
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PIGGY BANK DONATIONS Ethan and his five-year-old sister, Elodie, counted her piggy bank money in order to donate it to Whistler Community Services Society's food bank after hearing an appeal for donations. Elodie donated all $61.70, and has inspired others to match her donation.
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CELEBRATING MOMS The Howe Sound Women's Centre Society is thanking a group of anonymous Whistler families, Whistler Baskets, Andrea Mueller Art, Wild Bella and Whistler Coffee who offered help to make up a few Mother's Day baskets, pictured, for four of HSWC's clients that are single moms.
Photo by Albert Cao
BEAR AWARE A bear was caught grazing on grass in a local park last week. Make sure to follow in the example of the Whistlerite who took this shot and give our bears lots of space if you spot one while out for your daily dose of fresh air.
Photo by Al Pickles
SNACK TIME A local bear earned his snacks last week, climbing high into the branches to access the tree buds.
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Photo by Megan Lalonde
HAVE COURAGE Have you spotted this inspiring sign hanging from the Nordic footbridge?