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Presentations On Mental Health Services
Mental Health Estrie in collaboration with the CIUSSS de l Estrie-CHUS invites the community to learn more about accessing mental health services in Val-St-Francois. The first of six interactive educational events will take place on Thursday, November 15th at 7pm at the Richmond Community Learning Centre located at 375 Armstrong Street. A brief information session about the help available will be followed by a Q&A and an opportunity to meet local organizations serving your area. For more information, please call Mental Health Estrie at 819-565-3777 or email mhe.info@bellnet.ca.

Compassion Fatique & Caregiver Burden Workshop
How to care for yourself while caring for others. Workshop headed by Amanda Rocheleau, a registered social worker and companion fatigue specialist. Will be held at the Amedee Beaudoin Community Center in Lennoxville on Nov. 6 from 1:30pm to 3pm located at 10 Samuel Gratham in Lennoxville (Sherbrooke) For information call 819 821 4779.
Empty Bowls Project Luncheon
Come and have a lunch of homemade soup and bread on Nov. 10th from 11:30am to 1pm at the Hope Community Church in Lennoxville located at 102 Queen St. Keep the bowl, every one is unique. Tickets are $25. apiece and can be purchased at Bishop s University Book Store or or Clarke & Sons. Local artists Jon MacAuley & Jason Drew will entertain. Money raised will go to Lennoxville Elementary School breakfast program, LDWC Food Bank, Cornerstone Food Bank, and the Champlain Lennoxville & BU Pastoral Fund.
Fall Luncheon
Fall luncheon at Waterville North Hatley United Church on Thursday, Nov. 1 from 11:30am to 1pm. Admission is $12. per person. Baked beans, ham, scallop potatoes, assorted pies, coffee, tea. Bake table. Everyone welcome.
All You Can Eat Chicken Pie Supper
An All you can eat Chicken pie supper with all the fixings will be held at the Unity 8 IOOF on Sunday, October 28 at 4150 Route 147 in Waterville (Huntingville). Serving from 4:30pm to 6pm. Admission charged and special family price. Handicap accessible. Take out available also, just show up or you can call 819 679 8493.
Meditation Sessions
CHRISTIAN MEDITATION

The Saint Francis Regional Ministry of the Anglican Church is organizing Christian Meditation sessions. The approach used is centering prayer. This is a contemplative Christian practice which involves sitting in silence, letting go of thoughts and emotions in order to rest in the presence of God. All are welcome to join us on Tuesdays from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at St Barnabas Anglican Church, 640 Chemin Sherbrooke in North Hatley and on Thursdays from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at St Georges Anglican Church, 84 Queen Street in Lennoxville. The sessions have already began. For more information, please contact Sam Borsman at 819 620 6058
Discussion Sessions
The Saint Francis Regional Ministry of the Anglican Church is organising a group discussion on Seeking God in a Secular age. Charles Taylor, a Roman Catholic Quebecois is considered one of the world s most important Philosopher and his book, A Secular Age will be at the center of the discussions. The group will meet every Wednesday, from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm beginning October 10th and the venue is 84 Queen Street, Lennoxville. For more information, please contact Murray Johnston at 819 578 5801
AGM For Community Aid
Lennoxville and District Community Aid will be holding its Annual General Meeting and a general information session, on Monday, October 29th, 2018 at 1:30 p.m. at our location; 164 Queen Street, suite 104 Borough of Lennoxville, Sherbrooke, Quebec.

Our volunteers, clients and the general public, interested in finding out more about our organisation, are welcome. An overview of the mandate and objectives of Community Aid will be presented at that time.
Adoption for the amendments of By-laws, article 5.02.1, will also take place. The document is available at the office for consultation.

The Annual General Meeting of the Foundation will take place immediately after this first meeting.

For further information, please call Sylvie Gilbert Fowlis, at 819-821-4779.
Holiday Sale To Benefit Sawyerville Elementary School
The Sawyerville Elementary School Parents Participation committee would like to welcome you all to our annual This, That and Holiday all sale pm Saturday November 3rd, from 9 am till 2 pm.

The sale will be held in the gym and cafeteria of the school, located at 51 Cookshire street in Sawyerville.
Armistice Supper
The annual Armistice supper will be held on November 10th
at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318, 300 St. Francis Street,
Lennoxville at 5:30 p.m. Roast beef with all the trimmings will
be served. To reserve please call Doreen Morissette at
819-821-2967, no later than November 8th
Pre Christmas Bazaar & Supper

The annual Christmes bazaar will be held at "The Hut", A.N.A.F. Unit #318,
300 St. Francis Street, Lennoxville, on Saturday, November 3rd.
Sales tables and Santa s Shop will open at 3:30 . Tradionnal turkey supper
will be served cafeteria style starting at 4:30. Everyone is welcome, no
reservations required.
Pre Christmas Buffet And Sale
Sherbrooke: The women of Plymouth-Trinity United Church are holding their annual Pre-Christmas Buffet and Sale in the church hall at 380 Dufferin St., on Saturday, November 3rd from 3:30-6:00 p.m. Cost: $10.00. Menu will consist of ham, assorted salads, devilled eggs, baked beans and brown bread, rolls and squares. There will also be sales tables of home-baking, jams and pickles. Everyone welcome. Think green: Please bring a shopping bag for your purchases.

Music Awards At The Hut
17t Music Achievement Awards at the Hut on Saturday, November 24th, from 3pm to 9pm. Recipients this year are Gerry Goodsell and Jeff Powers. Entry fee is $10. a person. For more information call 819 563 9550. Kitchen will be open into the evening.
Fundraiser For Lennoxville Youth Centre
he Lennoxville Youth Center will be hosting a Benefit Mechoui supper and Silent Auction on October 27th, 2018 held at the A.N.A.F Unit # 318 (The Hut) in order to raise funds for their Teen Activity Committee and their activities and projects fund.

The Cost of the Tickets are $20.00 for adults, $15.00 for ages 7 to 12 yrs and free for anyone under the age of 6, supper will be served at 5:00pm.

The tickets are available at Tri-Knit-T, Clark and sons and The Lennoxville Youth Center. You may also Call or email to reserve tickets at 819 821 4805 or dg@lennoxvilleyouthcenter.org.
Benefit For Wales Home
Once again this year, we will be holding our Candlelight Evening of Memories to benefit the Wales Home Foundation. Our goal for this year is to sell 1200 candles. The event will take place on the evening of November 2nd in the Wales Home’s main living room. This year the funds raised will be used to update our library. The cost per candle is $10 and for every 5 candles purchased, the buyer receives one free. To purchase candles, I can be contacted at 819-826-3266 ext.221.

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