Announcements for Sunday, September 4th, 2016
September 4th at 1:30pm Rockburn Presbyterian Church will be celebrating its 160th anniversary with a special service with historical facts and artefacts, anniversary cake, and lots and lots of special music. All are invited to share in this celebration.
The school supplies and non-perishable food items for St Columba House will be going in to Point St Charles this week. If there are other items coming in, please let Barbara know.
There will be a Community Bingo in support of the Communic-action Project, held on September 8th at 7pm in the Huntingdon Parish Hall, 13 York St in Huntingdon. For more information, please call 450-829-5197.
There will be a scrap-booking and card-making workshop to be held on Saturday, September 10th from 9am-9pm at Walshaven, 35 Hector St in Ormstown. Cost is $30 for adults and $10 for students 16 and under. Please RSVP by September 1st to Pauline Wiedow at 450-617-0513 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, please check the flyer on the bulletin board.
Eglise St Jean in Montreal will be celebrating its 175th anniversary Saturday, September 24th and 25th, with historical presentations on Saturday at 10am and 13:30pm, open doors on Sunday from 10am and an anniversary service at 13:30pm. For more information, please see the notice on the bulletin board.
St Columba House will be holding a bilingual and interactive workshop with Professor Luc Noppen on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 from 6-9pm at St Columba House, 2365 Grand Trunk Montreal. Please check out the flyer on the bulletin board.
Howick 4-H Country and Square Dance Evening – Saturday, September 17th, 8 pm at the Riverfield Curling Club. Admission $8, 8 yrs and under free. All are welcome. A light lunch will be served. For more information: Shawn Mackay (450) 427-7866 or Phyllis Rouleau (450) 826-4623.
The Janet McCrory Tremblay Memorial Achievement Fund Committee
is proud to announce the 23 recipients of this year’s awards.
This fund was established in memory of Janet to “recognize children and youth that have contributed to the wellbeing of their peers and their community.” Students must be between the ages of 8 and 18, live in or participate in the Howick community and be nominated by a teacher, coach or leader of an activity.
The committee would like to congratulate each young person.
Valerie Tsimonidis Gougeon – CVR
Jessica Rouleau – Howick 4-H
William Orr – Howick United Church Sunday School & Howick Boy Scouts
Shannon Roy – CVR
Jacob Rouleau – Howick 4-H
Annabelle Nadeau Germann- CVR
Kevin McFarlane- CVR Student Leadership
Randy Chisholm – Howick Boy Scouts
Cody Burton – Howick Boy Scouts
Annabelle Murphy – Howick Elementary School (HES)
Megan Paulin – HES
Lindsay Gruer – Howick 4-H
Emily Fyfe- Howick Cubs
Madelyn Sue McWhinnie Cabral
Axelle Lefebvre- la Petite Biblio Howick
Nathaniel Ouimet – Ecole Saint Jean
Colin Brown – HES
Zoe lalonde – Howick 4-H
Clarissa Leclerc- HES
Nicholas Madore Couture- HES
Claudia Zahner- Howick 4-H
Olivier Montpetit – Ecole Saint Jean