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We Need Your Time And Support
Attention all listeners of CJMQ 88.9 FM! Do you enjoy the shows, the radio bingo nights, and having a local English voice on the dial? We need your support so please give us a few minutes of your time. Because of Covid-19, CJMQ is having its annual general meeting on line again this year. So please take a minute to check out our online annual general meeting. Http://AGM.CJMQ.FM Find out what has been happening at your local English radio station this year and what is in store. If you are a member (membership is free), you also get a vote.
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.
Winners Of Radio Bingo on February 7th, 2023
The results are in for CJMQ s radio bingo of February 7th, 2023! The first game (one line for $200.00) was won by Cindy Beland from Waterville (card purchased at Provigo Lennoxville). The second game (BNO for $300.00) was split between Courtney Anderson Stubbert from Lennoxville (card bought at Petro Lennoxville), Gary Taylor from Cookshire (card bought at BoniSoir Oxford), Adam Coates from Compton (card bought at Provigo Lennoxville), and Peter Statton from Sawyerville (card bought at Depanneur CPL Lachance in Sawyerville). The third game (full card for $500.00) was split between Gary Taylor from Cookshire (card bought at BoniSoir Oxford), Sam Tanguay from Sawyerville (card bought at Cookshire IGA), and Peter Statton (card bought at Depanneur CPL Lachance Sawyerville). The fourth game (consolation card for $200.00) was split between Nancy Grey from Waterville (card bought at Provigo Lennoxville) and Bree Choquette from Compton (card bought at ANAF The Hut). Congratulations to all the winners! A big thank you to all who purchased cards and played and to all the businesses selling cards. Next week we will be celebrating Valentine s Day since the next radio bingo is on February 14th! So, we will have some extra treats for next week s winners!! Get your cards right away!!
Workshops From Mental Health Estrie
February is a busy month here at Mental Health Estrie! We have three exciting evening workshops coming up. These workshops are open to everyone and we invite you to join us for any or all of these free virtual events that will be presented in English. You are also welcome to share this email and our social media posts with your network. There is no limit on how many people can register for any of these events.

We are pleased to announce the return of frequent guest speaker Melissa Hindley for a two-part series on caretaking. “Caretaking Part 1: Exploring the Difference between Caretaking and Kindness” will take place on Wednesday, February 8th, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Zoom. She will discuss the major pitfalls, why we fall into the trap of fixing other people’s problems, how to avoid co-dependent relationships, and when caretaking becomes unhealthy. On the following Wednesday, February 15th, “Caretaking Part 2: How to get out of the Caretaking Triangle” will take place from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. This workshop will cover how to maintain healthy relationships, assert boundaries, and tips for self-care.

On Wednesday, February 22nd, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., we are thrilled to be hosting Dr. Xavier Amador for a workshop titled “I AM NOT SICK, I Don’t Need Help! How to Help Someone Accept Treatment.” Dr. Amador is an internationally renowned clinical psychologist, author of several books and published clinical research on schizophrenia & bipolar (among other disorders), founder of The LEAP (Listen-Empathize-Agree-Partner) Institute, CEO of the Henry Amador Center on Anosognosia, and family caregiver to two relatives with mental illness.
Please call Emily for information or to register at 819 565 2388.

A CFUW Event
The Canadian Federation of University Women, Sherbrooke & District will be holding a Valentine s Tea on Tuesday, February 14 at Hope Church (basement entrance), 102 Queen St., Lennoxville. The public is invited to hear our speaker, Rachel Garber at 1:30. Her topic will be “The Townships Sun Story” She will talk about some of the discoveries she made going through almost 50 years of old Townships Sun pages, and during her past year as its editor. What is the role of a non-profit community magazine during tumultuous times.

Please join us for this very interesting talk. Admission is free!

 
Radio Bingo Winners For January 31st, 2023
We had a very busy radio bingo night this evening with lots of winners! The first game (one line for $200.00) was split between Andrea Westover from St. Elie (card bought at Blue Seal), Rita Gagnon from Ascot Corner (card bought at BoniSoir Oxvord), Priscilla Mason Gosselin from Richmond (card bought at Depanneur Craig in Richmond), Joe Hamel from Sawyerville (card bought at Provigo Lennoxville), Shawna Gerome from Lennoxville (card bought at Petro in Lennoxville), Steward McDonald from Lennoxville (card bought at BoniSoir Oxford), Cathy Anderson from Lenooxville (card bought at Petro Lennoxville), Pat Leonard from Lennoxville (card bought at Provigo Lennoxville), Johanne Lepointe from Bury (card bought at Blue Seal), and Nick Luce from Waterville (card bought at Provigo Lennoxville). That is ten winners for the first game!! The second game (BNO for $300.00) was split between Ashley Mills from Ayer s Cliff (card bought at Marche Massawippi in Ayer s Cliff) and Johanne Lapointe from Bury (card bought at Blue Seal). The third game (full card for $500.00) was won by Johanne Lapointe from Bury (card bought at Blue Seal). The fourth game (full card consolation for $200.00) was won by Doris Dohler from Sherbrooke (card bought at BoniSoir Oxford). Congratulations to all the winners! And a big thank you to all who bought cards and played and all the businesses selling our cards. We want to thank Christine Lane from Boucherie Renee Richard for calling the balls tonight! Next week s bingo cards are on sale all ready!
Suicide Prevention And Awareness Walk
Suicide Prevention and Awareness Walk on the 11th of February, 2023 during National Suicide Prevention Week in Lennoxville at Optimist Parc from 1 to 3 pm. This will be Champlain College s second year hosting the walk lead by Jessie Sutherland and her fellow classmates in the Special Care Counselling Program.
Prize Winners Please Come For Your Prize
The following people have not picked up their prizes won on the CJMQ radio bingo night, these are prizes and not bingo checks. Please come to pick up your prize on Saturdays and Sundays ONLY between the hours of 10am and 2pm at 3355 College St. in Lennoxville.
Todd Clark
Corrine Bobbitt
Larry Rosebush
Angel Rowsell
Sonya Audet
Shanna Jerome
Brooklyn Roy
James Bellamd
Adam Coates
Carol Paxton
Karen Rand
Reminder to Radio Bingo Prize Winners
Just a reminder: those who have won bingo and/or those who won prizes can pick up their winnings ONLY on Saturdays and Sundays between the hours of 10am and 2pm. Please ring the door bell at 3355 College in Lennoxville. Please bring some ID and if you are a bingo winner, you also need to bring your winning card. Again thanks to all who buy our radio bingo cards and play! The next bingo is on January 3rd (Tuesday) at 7pm. First bingo of the new year!!
Businesses Selling CJMQ Radio Bingo Cards

Accommodation 1010 Magog, Magog

Accomodation Massawippi General Store in North Hatley

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, Swwyerville

Depanneur Craig, Richmond

Depanneur De La Marina, Magog

Depanneur MP Magog

Depanneur 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
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 info@mentalhealthestrie.com. "
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