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CJMQ Radio Bingo Winners For March 21, 2023
Congratulations to tonight s radio bingo winners! The first game (straight line for $200) was split between Terry Rodell from Lennoxville (card bought at Familiprix Lennoxville, Philippe Rodrigue from Lennoxville (card bought at Provigo Lennoxville, and Nancy Townsend from Waterville (card bought at Familiprix Waterville). The second game (BNO for $300.00) was split between Emma Spaulding from Cookshire (card bought at Cookshire IGA) and Carole Kerr from Sherbrooke (card bought at Depanneur Pee Wee in Sherbrooke). The third game (full card for $500.00) was won by Scott Passmore from Waterville (card bought at Provigo Lennoxville). The fourth game (consolation card for $200.00) was won by Tara Keats from Lennoxville (card bought at BoniSoir Oxford). Thanks to all who bought cards and played and to all the businesses selling our bingo cards!
Book Event Sponsored by Black Cat Books
Black Cat Books will be organizing a book event with Author Ann Lambert at The Golden Lion Pub on Saturday, March 25th from 5-7pm. Ann will be doing a reading of her new book titled Whale Fall, the third installment in her murder mystery series set in Quebec and she will also be signing books. All her books are available at Black Cat Books in Lennoxville.
Bishop s University Choir Performs
The Bishop s University Choir will perform in the Centennial Theatre on March 30th at 7:30pm. One show only. Tickets are $35. or $30. for seniors and can be bought at the box office of Centennial Theatre from 1pm to 4pm.
CJMQ Radio Bingo Winners From March 14, 2023
We had another very successful and fun bingo tonight! The first game (straight line for $200.00) was won by Shana Mason from Richmond (card bought at March Richmond) The second game (BNO for $300.00) was won by Marc Boutin from Sherbrooke (card bought at Provigo in Lennoxville). The third game (full card for $500.00) was won by Brooke Burrows from Cookshire (card bought at Jean Coutu in Lennoxville). The fourth game (consolation card for $200.00) was split between Marie Roy from Sherbrooke (card bought at BonSoir Oxford), Trista Coull from Lennoxville (card bought at the Golden Lion), and Nico Gagne from Sherbrooke (card bought at Clarke & Sons). The winner of the leprechaun couple (special prize for St. Patrick s Day) was won by Nico Gagne. A big thank you to Christine Lane from Boucherie Rene Richard for helping to call the balls tonight. Congratualtions to all the winners and a big thanks to everyone who bought cards and to all the businesses selling cards.
Pancake Supper
The Eaton Valley chapter 60 Oddfellows group will be holding a pancake supper on Saturday, April 1st in the Sawyerville Catholic Church basement. On the menu: pancakes, eggs, baked beans, sausage, bacon, ham. The first seating is from 4:30 to 5:30 and the second seating is from 5:30 to 6:30. Adults: $20.00, children 6-12: $10.00 and children 5 and under eat for free.
Open House At Dunham House
Dunham House will be hosting an open house for mental health professionals to learn bout their treatment program, admission process and tour the facility. Staff will be on hand to answer questions. Lunch will be provided. This will be on April 22 from 10am to 1pm at 1964 Chemin Scottmore in Dunham. Sign in will be at 9:30am. For more information google Dunham House Open House.
Radio Bingo Has Added 2 New Businesses Selling Cards
Businesses Selling CJMQ Bingo Cards are:

2 New Businesses selling CJMQ radio bingo cards are Depanneur Pee Wee on Galt Street in Sherbrooke and also Ultramar Burrough s Falls.

Accomodation Massawippi General Store in North Hatley!
Accommodation 1010 Magog, Magog
Army Navy Air Force A.N.A.F. (The Hut), Lennoxville
Boni Soir Oxford, Lennoxville
Boucherie Rene Richard, St. Catherine de Hatley
Boutique Encore, Lennoxville
Brasserie Le Lion D Or Golden Lion Pub, Lennoxville
Clarke Et Fils Clarke & Sons, Lennoxville
Cookshire IGA
Depanneur C.P.L. LaChance, Sawyerville
Depanneur Craig, Richmond
Depanneur De La Marina, Magog
Depanneur MP Magog
Depanneur Waterville, Waterville
Epicerie Boucherie Chez Ben, Magog
Epicerie Le Baron, North Hatley
Famili Prix, Lennoxville
Famili Prix, Waterville
Jean Coutu, Lennoxville
Le Centre Nutrition Animale de L Estrie Blue Seal
Marche La 5e Saison, Lennoxville
Marche Massawippi, Ayer s Cliff
Marche Richmond, Richmond
Petro, Lennoxville
Profil Club
Provigo, Lennoxville
Two New Places To Buy Bingo Cards
We are pleased to announce two new places to buy your CJMQ bingo cards! For those of you in Sherbrooke, you can now purchase our bingo cards at Depanneur Pee Wee on Galt West in Sherbrooke. And for those in the Burrough s Falls area, you can now purchase your cards at Ultramar Burrough s Falls.
St Pat s Society Activities
Richmond St. Patrick s Society
Press Release
For Immediate Distribution
Richmond s Irish Heritage Festival Returns
Come Celebrate with Us!
Richmond, Quebec - February 23, 2023. The Richmond St. Patrick s Society is happy to announce a great
line-up for this year s Irish Heritage Festival. This month-long festival, created with the support of its
partners and sponsors, will have a full roster of activities for everyone to enjoy. These include live music,
storytelling, art and heritage events, and the ever-popular parade!
The festivities will kick off on March 4 and will continue until March 26.
March 4 and 26: Stories of Irish immigrants, with guest Isabelle Gosselin playing Irish traditional musi
and Woodworking with hand-tools demo-workshop.
March 4: Corned Beef Supper
March 10: Road to Connelly show at Richmond Regional High School
March 17: Piano and Voice Concert with musician Erin Maloney
March 18: Celtic Celebration Live!, the traditional St. Patrick’s Day Show at the Centre d art de Richmond
featuring Celtic band Solstice with opening act - Slainte Mhaithe -stories and music from here
March 19: A day-long celebration with activities for all ages: Irish Music Concert with Erin Maloney (Pipe
organ), Adam Charette-Côté (Trumpet); Open Air Bandstand Show with music and dance, Art Show at
Bureau d accueil du Pays de l ardoise; the ever-popular St. Patrick s Day Parade and the after the parade
Trad Dance.
March 22: Tea and Talk - Readings in Irish Canadian Literature with Senior Wellness Wednesdays
March 26: St. Patrick’s Society Brunch
March 26: Tribute to the Irish: local artists celebrating in music, song and stories.
Many events are free. Donations are graciously accepted.
“The Festival is a grand opportunity to celebrate our shared heritage! We can’t wait to welcome you.
Erika Lockwood, Richmond Saint Patrick s Society s president
To learn more about this year’s Irish Heritage Festival, visit the St. Patrick s Society website:
Richmond s Irish Heritage Festival is made possible thanks to financial support from the Government of
Canada, as well as sponsors and partners, including the Centre d art de Richmond, and the
municipalities of Cleveland, Melbourne, and Richmond and local organizations.
New Show With Isaac Shane
A new show called Today s Hits can now be heard on Thursday nights at 7pm. Isaac Shane is the host and he will play the latest, most popular hits for you.
A New Show Called Unheard Voices
CJMQ introduces a new show. Unheard Voices with Carolanne can be heard every Monday at 11am and is repeated on Wednesday at 7pm and on Friday at 1pm. The show is of a political nature and reports both Canadian and international news and how it relates to our population in the Eastern Townships. A main goal of the show is to recognize inequalities in our societies.
Attention CJMQ Bingo Winners
All CJMQ bingo winners can pick up their checks on the Saturday following the bingo between 10am and 2pm and Sunday between 10am and 2pm at 3355 College St in Sherbrooke ( Lennoxville). Ring the bell. Gordon will greet you. You MUST bring your winning bingo card and sign it and also you MUST sign our book and provide an ID. You cannot send someone else to pick up your check unless arrangements have been made beforehand with David. David can be reached at 819-570-2094.
Mental Health Estrie Annual Campaign For Homeless
"Mental Health Estrie invites you to help keep a person experiencing homelessness warm this winter.  From November to March, the HUGS campaign accepts donations of NEW Hats, Underwear, Gloves, Socks, Scarves and other warm articles of clothing.  Our greatest needs are for warm socks, gloves or mittens and coats – particularly for men. Items can be dropped off directly at our offices in the beige bins next to door #2 at 3355 College in Lennoxville or let us do the shopping for you – all monetary gifts are used to purchase essentials. You can also call us to schedule an in-person drop-off of items or cheques. Please make cheques payable to Mental Health Estrie and indicate HUGS on the memo line. Thank you to all for your continued support and help! For more information, phone 819-565-3777 or email "
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