Monthly Archives: February 2012

Help Support the Townshippers’ Research and Cultural Foundation: Donate Your Empty Cans and Bottles!

Do you have bags and boxes full of empty cans and bottles lying around your home? Do you still have those empties from the holidays that you kept around, thinking that someday (when you had a few minutes and a little extra energy) you’d take them back to the store?  If so, we hope that you will consider donating them to the Townshippers’ Research and Cultural Foundation! Your generous support will help us continue to support local, community

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News From Townshippers’ Research and Cultural Foundation

The Townshippers’ Research and Cultural Foundation (TRCF) is presently reviewing project requests for the coming year and we are very pleased to report that, thanks to the generosity of our donors, we have the same level of grant monies available for disbursement this year as we did last year! We are not a large foundation but, over the past 25 years, we have been able to offer support to numerous grassroots initiatives from many communities within

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Free One-On-One Coaching Session and Entrepreneurship Workshop

On Tuesday, February 28, Youth Employment Services (YES) Montreal and Townshippers’ Association are hosting a special entrepreneurship services day in the Eastern Townships. The day will include one-on-one business coaching sessions, an Open House information session and an entrepreneurship workshop. The event will take place at two different locations in the Townships... read on to find out more about what will be available at each location. Lennoxville

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Telehealth Video Conference: Cardiovascular Wellness

During the month of February – also known as Heart Health Month – a video conference on cardiovascular wellness will take place at two local Community Learning Centres. Sharing new facts about women and cardiovascular disease, the Cardiovascular Wellness video conference will help to inform and encourage all community members to take action in order to reduce their risk of heart disease and stroke. Since being informed means one can make smarter

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The Legal Information Clinic is Back!

The Legal Information Clinic is Back! Townshippers' Association, in collaboration with the Université de Sherbrooke, is continuing to offer its free Legal Information Service to the public this semester and we are very fortunate to have Pier-Alexandre Desbiens with us for the coming months. Pier-Alexandre is a graduate of Bishop’s College School and went on to complete his Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in Finance and Economics at the

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