Activities, Blood drive, Terry Fox and more … (Chateauguay CLC) – October

Howard S. Billings High School Promoting Arts and Culture side-by-side with the Street Arts Festival (September 23th) ‘The Street Arts festival’ was held at the school during the HSB/NOVA Community BBQ.  Workshops on graffiti, multimedia, dance and music through demonstrat
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Plenty of action going on with the Valley CLC

Ormstown Elementary School Community Garden. Ormstown’s community garden was booming this summer! The lot was located in front of the town pool, which turned out to be a great idea, considering the amount of families using the soccer field nearby. OES’s daycare was in charge of planti
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Chateauguay CLC kept busy all summer !

St.Willibrord Volunteers providing support for reading in French : Again this year, Montérégie West Community Network (MWCN) members, Ms. Pauline Wiedow and Ms. Suzanna Langevin joined by Mr. George Bujold came twice a week to St.Willibrord’s grade 5 classes to help the students with
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Who is Who?

Ms. Langevin’s Grade 8 English classes are studying the novel, ‘SPEAK’, the story of a young girl in trouble. Students were challenged to investigate their own local organizations that offer services in their communities. Two local organizations were found, CALACS and Residence Elle w
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MWCN is the new name!

The CECN (Chateauguay English Community Network) is now known as the Montérégie West Community Network (MWCN). At the Chateauguay partnership table and annual AGM (Annual General Meeting) in May, the community group officially changed its name and its boundaries to now include the Cha
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Community Wednesdays continue to roll!

Another year of Community Wednesdays came to an end at école Gérin-Lajoie in early May. Over 425 people packed into the school to visit the kiosks, have a spaghetti dinner, watch the Irish dancers, learn to plant flowers or take part in one of the many activities. EducaZoo was a huge
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Caregivers Course a success!

A unique partnership, between the sponsoring community group Assistance and Referral Centre for Health and Social Services (ARC), along with the CECN (Chateauguay English Community Network), NFSB and Riverside School Boards, created a free course for caregivers which provided the part
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