Monthly Archives: May 2012

Seeking Outstanding Townshippers

The Townshippers spirit has been defined as a pioneering determination. It could also be added that it is one of passion, dedication and generosity, skills held by many ordinary people who give their time and talents to make our English-speaking community better. These are the teachers and bus drivers, artists and professionals, nurses and health activists, from students to grandparents, the unsung heroes who go above a beyond to truly make a difference

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Keeping in Touch; health and social services user rights

It’s hard to believe that May is almost over and as we pass the peak of springtime, congratulations goes out to Nancy Carson of Calgary, Alberta, who will enjoy a sweeter spring with a gift basket from Townships Expressions filled with goodies created by local artist. A project of Townshippers' Association, Townships Expressions supports English-language artists by selling and publicizing their works or items that have a Townships theme. Nancy

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Keeping in Touch; $70,000 to eight health and social services students

On Friday, May 11, family and friends of eight post-secondary students pursuing professions within the health and social services sector, gathered to watch as Townshippers' Association distributed $70,000 worth of scholarships at the aptly titled ‘Celebration of our Future’ gala at the Estrimont Suites et Spa in Orford. The 2011-2012 Health and Social Services Bursary Program, through Townshippers' Association's Health and Social Services Human

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Keeping in Touch; Artists wanted

Calling all artists! Have you developed a great technique for your art or have a truly creative theme you want to teach others? Then signup fast for Townshippers’ Association’s newly launched OpART program and share your craft! Up to four professional artists are wanted to lead, with the assistance of OpART project coordinator Kris Holliday, a variety of exciting and accessible arts masterclasses that will take place over six months, between

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Keeping in Touch; lively spring, fatigue videoconference and save the date

Townshippers’ Association is already off to a busy start, springing into a season full of change, especially at our Lennoxville offices. At one time or another, every organization finds itself adapting to changing circumstances and Townshippers’ is no different. Over the last few weeks the Association has bid farewell to Executive Director Ingrid Marini, Assistant Executive Director Michelle Lepitre and Make Way for Youth (MWFY)/Desjardins Migration

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