The sun shone on us April 2nd for our Scavenger Hunt on Whistler Mountain.  Our group in excess of 50 persons including the 6 teams, some skiing, some observing had a fine time vicariously or cheering on the costumed participants that were hot on the trail after all of the 30 locations to find,  photograph, then downhill to the finish at Blacks Pub.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The sun shone on our Scavenger Hunt April 2nd.  Our group in excess of 50 persons, some skiing, some observing had a fine time vicariously or cheering on the costumed teams that were hot after all of the 30 locations to find,  photo then downhill to the finish at Blacks Pub. There were 6 teams in all, amounting to around 46 participants. We had full on teamwork and collaboration from the start at 1000 until 2:30 at Blacks Pub which was the finish line for delivering the phones with the photos of our hunt finds. 
 Generous donations were received for the Whistler Library Wonder Lab during apres at Blacks.

Bevin Health Ainsley, President of the Library Board gave an informational speech about the Library Project we are fundraising for. Bevin was also one of the judges for best costumes, honorable mentions and assessing the photos of the Hunt for the final counts. The apres gathering was greatly appreciated by the skiers and  sponsored by Whistler Rotary Club 
 
 
Tree Islands
Symphony 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
You may be able to identify Assistant District Governor Murray Wood, Vice President and Event Organizer Marg Pallot. Secretary, Gill Forester, skier extraordinaire Barbie Walker. Janice Lloyd, PR and Admin., Erika Durlacher, Rotary Foundation.
 
Gathering at Blacks Pub after no breaks for 4 and 1/2 hours. 
 
Isobel MacLauren, our 87 year old
Whistlers Mother
was feisty and great as always.
 
This was a fabulous time and we thank the Whistler Mountain Hosts, Squamish Rotary Club  as well as the Millennium Club of Whistler and Blacks Pub for their support in making this event a success!
 
 
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