The 15e Golf Classic for the benefit of the Sourdine Foundation was presented on September 16 at the Fauna Club under the exemplary honorary presidency of Nicolas Potvin, President of EMU Equipment, also presenter of the event, in partnership with Congebec and Garco . It raised more than $50,000 in the interest of young people living with significant hearing, language and speech disorders, and who attend the École oraliste de Québec for hard of hearing or deaf children. In the photo, from left to right: Matthew Lord, from Garco; Isabelle SavageCEO of the Oralist School of Quebec for hearing-impaired or deaf children; Nicholas Potvinhonorary president ; Martin Cousineau, Chairman of the Board of the Sourdine Foundation; Sandra FergusonCEO of the Sourdine Foundation, and Marianne Savard, of Congebec.
90 years old
Originally from Saint-Antoine-de-Tilly, Jacqueline Lafleur Picard today celebrates her 90e birthday. Married on June 8, 1957 and widowed on February 13, 2018 (late Lionel Picard), she still lives in their house in the Les Saules district of Quebec, where she still cooks and even makes her apple sauce. A seamstress at home throughout her working life, Jacqueline still loves to knit. Describing herself as a “happy old woman”, she also keeps herself occupied by gardening. She has two children, André Picard (Johanne Bélanger) and Alain Picard (Carole Fauchon), as many grandchildren (Martin Picard and François Picard) and, since November 2021, a great-granddaughter whose name is Alicia (the daughter of Martin). The entire Picard-Lafleur family, as well as many friends wish him a “happy” birthday. Pictured are three generations with Jacqueline, Alicia and Martin.
To the health of the children!
For 3 years now, the Center de pédiatrie sociale de Lévis (CPSL) has been organizing the Quebec gin tasting evening, a prestigious benefit event that welcomes 300 guests wishing to make a contribution to the lives of children. The 2022 meeting is set for Wednesday, November 9 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the BMW dealership in Lévis. Participants will be able to appreciate the creations of Quebec distilleries, taste fresh oysters, savor tapas from the best restaurants in the region and explore the world of cocktails with Le Barman Bruno. A silent auction and raffles will complete the evening. Information and tickets ($200) at pediatriesocialelevis.com.
September 27, 1972: Following the expansion, the NHL comes to Long Island when 11,053 fans descend on the Nassau Coliseum to watch the New York Islanders lose 6-4 to the Rangers in a preseason game. In the regular season, the Islanders would set league records for fewest wins (12) and fewest points (30) in a season. On the picture, Ed Westfall the first captain in Islanders history.
Michael Rivard (photo) Quebec singer-songwriter (Beau Dommage), 71 years old… Elise Marcotte, retired synchronized swimmer, born in L’Ancienne-Lorette, 34 years old… April LavigneCanadian pop rock singer, 39 years old… Gwyneth PaltrowAmerican actress, 50 years old… Claude Duguaywho has 35 years of experience as a commercial presenter (radio), 68… Gabriel Loubier, Quebec politician and manager, founder of the ITHQ, 90 years old.
September 27, 2017: Hugh Hefner (photo), 91, founder of Playboy… 2019: Joe Wilson69, former American ambassador and writer… 2016: Pierre Renaud77, founding president of Renaud-Bray… 2015. John Guillermin89, British filmmaker, director of the Infernal Tower and King Kong in 1976… 2014: Pierre-Luc Paquette46 years old, former director general of the Parti Québécois (PQ)… 2014: Sarah Danielle Madison40 years old, American actress… 2013: Jay Robinson83, American actor (Caligula) … 2010: Maddalena Poliseno, 84 years old, widow of the late Alfred Pellan, painter… 2009: William Safire, 79 years old, journalist, American political columnist, Pulitzer Prize (2006) … 1998: Fernand Robidoux78, one of the pioneers of Quebec song… 1996: Claude Patry “Monsieur Country”, 55 years old, ex-member of the group Les Mégatones… 1974: Louis Even, 89 years old, philosopher and religious, co-founder of the White Berets.
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