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- CA SQPL 20-076
Pat Brennan (#4 racer) harness racing on Smokey Downs track during the Loggers Sports Celebration.
Pat Brennan and Al Hendrickson organized the first Loggers Sports Day held from 1-5pm on September 1, 1958.
- CA SQPL 20-026
- May 6, 1979
Dedication of Brennan Park on May 6, 1979.
Left to right: Constable C. Perrault, Alderman W.V. Manson, Alderwoman Rose Tatlow, Alderman Bill Street, Alderman N.R. Barr, Chief Simon Baker, Father Shiel, Acting Mayor Nick Candy, Mrs Tess Brennan, Honourable Allan Williams (Labour Minister), Honourable Boland, Father Griffin.
Brennan Park was named after Pat Brennan on May 6, 1979. Pat Brennan was the Mayor of Squamish for many years and was involved in the logging industry. The park covers 300 acres which includes ball and soccer fields, a lacrosse box, a picnic area, and a Civic Centre.
- CA SQPL 20-016
- May 20, 1977
Mr and Mrs James Eadie, Honourable Grace McCarthy, and Mayor Pat Brennan at inaugural run of Royal Hudson (May 20, 1977).
- CA SQPL 20-001
- CA SQPL 20-009
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.