Monthly Archives: December 2015

Welcome Home to the Townships!

It’s that time of year again. Across the Townships doors will be opening as friends and families from far away arrive for the holidays. While sipping hot coco and sitting in front of the fireplace, your guests may wistfully wish they could stay just a little bit longer, perhaps more permanently. If the magic of the Townships is fresh in their mind, exploratory visits are a great opportunity to discover the Estrie area at no cost and Make Way for

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Call for Project Funding   

People helping People – generation to generation – that’s the slogan of the Townships Research and Cultural Foundation a non-profit, charitable organization established in 1987 to enhance the well-being of the Eastern Townships community. The TCRF annually funds groups and projects through donations received from the public and is now open to receive applications for the 2016 year but the January 31, deadline is fast approaching. Does your

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Connecting Community to Resources in Richmond

English-speakers in the Richmond area have a greater connection to expertise and resources in their area thanks to the efforts of their local Community Liaison Agent. You may have already met Gwyneth Grant at local activities and events or have seen her name in a local newsletter. As the Richmond Community Liaison Agent, its Gwyneth’s job to share information about access to health care, community events and promote services aimed at young families

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2016 Townships Calendars Are Here 

The 2016 Eastern Townships calendars have arrived giving you or a friend 12 months of vivid regional scenes captured by Knowlton photographer David Chapman. A photographer for more than forty years, Chapman specializes in taking professional photos of products, architecture and home, travel and landscapes which are used in Catalogues and Magazines. In the 2016 calendar he features iconic colourful scenes from across the region. The calendars, which

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Take Care of Yourself at This Busy Time

Christmas is almost upon us, and between the bustle and rush, we should try to keep a few things in mind. TIME; There are so many worthy and enjoyable activities taking place around this time of year but if not careful, we can become easily drained, both physically and emotionally. To keep a good balance, be sure to give yourself some time to relax alone. From enjoying music or a hobby to taking a walk outdoors, find an activity that will clear your

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This Giving Season, Remember to DONATE

Helping others is part of what makes us human. No matter what our background, making a difference feels good and that can start by donating to a worthy cause. Townshippers’ Foundation’s end of year fundraising campaign is now in full swing. The non-profit, charitable organization has a mission to enhance the well-being of the Eastern Townships English-speaking community by directing funds to local grassroots, volunteer based projects and organizations.

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Win Big and Help Local Youth

The youth of the Lennoxville Youth Center are holding a raffle to support their activity fund. The fund helps members of the center to enjoy a range of activities, from taking a journey to working on local projects such as a community garden and feeding the homeless. By purchasing a raffle ticket, you will be helping to encourage LYC youth to be active, responsible and critical members of society. There are two great prize packages to be won. The

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Coaching for Artists and Businesses 

Are you an artist looking for grant outlets, a larger network, or business plan guidance? Ready to turn your art-making into a real thriving business? Are you a business owner in the region? Do you have a start-up business or an idea for a business? If you answered yes, you won’t want to miss out on the chance to gain confidence and clarity with a business coach from YES Montreal. Thanks to a partnership with Townshippers’ Association,

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