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CJMQ Radio Bingo Winners For April 23, 2024
Congratulations to all the CJMQ radio bingo winners for April 23, 2024! The first game (straight line for $200.00) was shared between Sylvie Turmel from Bury (card bought at the Bury General Store), Marie Lemay from Lennoxville (card bought at Mackey), Trudy Tincarre from East Angus (card bought at BoniSoir Oxford), Francine Drouin from Cookshire (card bought at IGA Cookshire), Manon Desainde Paxton from Coaticook (card bought at Dep. Jacques), Melanie Rose Trepanier from Richmnd (card bought at Marche Richmond), France Bergeron from Hatley (card bought at BoniSoir Oxford), Helen Labrecque from Waterville (card bought at Familiprix Lennoxville), and Hendrik Turgeon from Magog (card bought at Blue Seal Animal Nutriton Centre). The second game (BNO for $300.00) was shared between Mark Guilette from Waterville (card bought at Mackey) and James Hand from Ayers Cliff (card bought at Marche Massawippi). The third game (full card for $1000.00) was won by Tammy Provis from Melbourne (card bought at Dep. Craig). The fourth game (consolation card for $200.00) was won by Lyne Gregoire from Sherbrooke (card bought at Familiprix Lennoxville). Thanks to all who played and all the businesses selling our cards and those sponsoring bingo balls.
CFUW Public Speaking Competition
The Canadian Federation of University Women-Sherbrooke & District will be holding its Public Speaking Competition on Wednesday, May 1, 2024, 16:30. Ten speakers from three schools, Alexander Galt Regional, Bishop s College and Stanstead College will participate this year. CFUW has had an absence of four years due to Covid and is very pleased to host this event again. We hope you will consider attending and supporting these student speakers. Location is the Hope Community Church, 102 Queen. Access the parking lot from College Street and enter the hall by the rear door.
Documentary At Hope Community Church
SHERBROOKE, QC April 19, 2024 – Hope Community Church in Sherbrooke is inviting everyone to join them
on May 17 to watch ‘One Morning At Dawn’, a gripping hourlong documentary on the vital work being done by
Canadians in war-torn Ukraine.
One Morning At Dawn features footage and stories captured during Samaritan s Purse s humanitarian
response to war, which is now in its second year.
Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. for seating, with the documentary starting at 7 p.m.
Afterwards, a panel discussion will take place with members of Samaritan s Purse s Disaster Assistance
Response Team who have served in Ukraine and Europe, assisting Ukrainian refugees.
Date: Friday, May 17, 2024
Time: 7 p.m.
Location: Hope Community Church, 102 Queen St, Sherbrooke, QC
Contact: HCC Office 819-822-2627 or
Elmwood Cemetery AGM
Annual General Meeting of the Board of Directors will be held at Army, Navy Air Force (Hut)

300 St. Frances Street, Sherbrooke QC, April 26th @ 1:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend.
CJMQ Radio Bingo Winners For April 16, 2024
Congratulations to all the April 16th, 2024 CJMQ radio bingo winners! The first game (straight line for $200.00) was split between Roseanne Mason from Richmond (card bought at Esso Richmond) and Tracey Guillette from Stanstead (card bought at Marche Tradition in Stanstead). The second game (BNO for $300.00) was won by Linda Guillette from Waterville (card bought at Dep. Waterville). The third game (full card for $1000.00) was split between Emily Gosselin from Sherbrooke (card bought at Golden Lion Pub) and Barbara Williams from Waterville (card bought at Familiprix Waterville). The fourth game (consolation full card) was split between Sarah Rufiande from Drummondville (card bought at Golden Lion Pub), Laura Graham from Lennoxville (card bought at Familiprix Lennoxville), Helen Bouchard from Sherbrooke (card bought at Clarke & Sons), Jade St. Amour from Sherbrooke (card bought at Mackey Store in Lennoxville), Carley Mosher from Stanstead (card bought at Le Baron in North Hatley), Alexander Hudson from Richmond (card bought at Marche Richmond) and Linda Guillet from Waterville (card bought at Dep. Waterville). Thanks to all who bought cards and all the businesses selling cards and sponsoring bingo balls.
Antique Farm Machinery Show
Salon Du Patrimoine de Cleveland (Richmond, Quebec)
Antique Farm Machinery Show
128 Rte 143 Richmond, Quebec ( Richmond Fair Grounds)
June 15 & 16
Saturday 9:00 a.m. -8:00 p.m. Admission: $20.00 16 years and up
$ 5.00 10 – 15 years
Free under 10
10:30 a.m. inscription for Antique tractor Pulls, Pulls start at 11:00 a.m.
18:00 Pork and Beef supper with all the trimmings. Tickets sold in advance.

Sunday 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Admission $15.00 16 years and up
$ 5.00 10 – 15 years
Free under 10
11:00 a.m. Tractor Parade
13:00 p.m. Tractor games
Also for the 2 days there is a Public Market, a flea Market, cantine on the grounds, Petting Zoo.
Canadian Independent Bookstore Day
Black Cat Books (168-E rue Queen, Sherbrooke) invites you to join us on Saturday, April 27th from 10:00 to 5:00 for our annual Canadian Independent Bookstore Day celebrations! There will be sales, contests, giveaways, as well as in-person and online activities. Librairie Macroscope will also be joining us for a popup used book sale on the porch! Hope to see you there!

Radio Bingo: Full Card Is Now Worth $1,000.00
What would you do with $1,000.00??!! Give yourself a chance to win! Starting tonight: CJMQ Radio Bingo will start giving away $1,000.00 for a full card! It could be you!! Last chance to get your bingo cards before they are all sold out!! CJMQ Radio Bingo: every Tuesday night at 7 pm.
Uplated List Of Businesses Selling Our Radio Bingo Cards
Businesses Selling CJMQ Bingo Cards are:
(NEW) Depaneur JA in Coaticook
Boutique Porky s In Coaticook
Marche Tradition in Stanstead
Depanneur Bury
Stanstead Famili Prix
La Taverne Du Gamer in Magog & Taverne du Gamer in Coaticook
Depanneur Amis Beebee (located in Beebe)
1010 Magog, Magog
Army Navy Air Force A.N.A.F. (The Hut), Lennoxville
Boni Soir Oxford, Lennoxville
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 Pee Wee on Galt St. ( Sherbrooke)
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
Ultramar Burrough s Falls
Dep. East Angus
Lennoxville Library
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