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M Creek Bridge washout

On October 28, 1981, 4 vehicles plunged into a creek after debris flow had destroyed the M Creek Bridge on the Squamish Highway during heavy rains. 9 people died including Tammi Lee Boscariol, daughter of Squamish residents William and Anne Boscariol, and her boyfriend William Stewart Short.

1937 school picture, Mashiter School

Left to right, front row: Bob McCormick, Harold Halvorson, David Morrison, Dick Dawson, James Eadie, ?.
Second row: Marion Strathers, Viola Halvorson, ?, Doreen Confortin, Barbara Machin, Barbara Sobotka, Tess Martin, Eleanor Oakes, Aleeta Smith, Daphne Bone, Ruth Cooper.
Third row: Leonard Hanna, Anthony Finlay, Bud Dixon, Iona Magee, Patricia Conley, Milliage Oakes, George Smith, Peter Clarke.
Back row: Teddy Rae, Harold Strathers, Bryce Morrison, Allan Cooper, Teddy Chadwick, Robina Prendergast (teacher).

Paula the clown

Paula the clown (Paul MacKenzie) at Loggers Sports.

In 1967, Paul Mackenzie dressed as a clown and performed as the "World Champion Logger". Later he would be known as "Paula the Clown", the only Loggers Sports clown in Canada.

Pat Brennan at Squamish Mills

Squamish Mills was incorporated by Pat Brennan and John Drenka in 1951. They bought the former PGE site and building located on the east bank of the Mamquam Channel. They planned to build a shingle mill but logging was more feasible economically. In 1956, approximately 3 local men were employed and the company started logging in Upper Squamish on Crown loand with a timber quota of 7 million foot board measure (f.b.m.) per year. Equipment consisted of 1010 Laurence donkey for yarding and a Fordson donkey for loading. Pat Brennan was the president.

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