I had the pleasure of accompanying the visit of La Malbaie, on September 7, for a round of golf on the Royal course of the Royal Quebec golf club in Boischatel. These four hours, in very good company, allowed me to spend a very pleasant day and also to learn that the Murray Bay Golf Club will have, from 2024, a main chalet completely renovated and enhanced. New foundations, the repair of existing annexes (restaurant and bar) as well as the addition of new ones and insulation work on the current building, built in 1906, will be carried out over the next few months. The locker rooms, the boutique and the administrative offices will be found in the basement, among others. Cost of work? Between $3 and $4 million. In the photo, from left to right: myself; Claude Turcotte, Chairman of the Board of the Murray Bay Golf Club; Marc Villeneuve, general manager and manager of Murray Bay Golf Club; and Bruno Turcotte, former president of the Challenge de curling Casino de Charlevoix.
New Réno-Jouets store
The official opening night of Réno-Jouets took place on September 9, in the former premises of the Canac store in Cap-Rouge, with several partners who participated in the realization of this project. Although the store has been open to the public since last June, more than 150 people were present to celebrate the new premises of this non-profit organization, which has collected, recycled and redistributed toys every year since 2002. During the weekend, Réno-Jouets held a fair in the parking lot of the building to allow young families to celebrate the opening and the start of the school year. The profits made during this weekend went directly to the Réno-Jouets Foundation. In the photo, from left to right: Richard Coulombe, president of the Réno-Jouets Foundation; Marie-Claude Arseneault-Dubé, President of the Board of Réno-Jouets; Annie Asselin, general manager and founder of Réno-Jouets; and the Charitable mascot of Réno-Jouets.
The 35th annual golf tournament of the Mobilis Corporation, presented last September 8 at the Lorette Club for the benefit of the Mobilis Foundation, brought together automobile and heavy truck dealers who are members of the Corporation as well as several industry partners. The activity, which remains one of the Foundation's major fundraising activities, like the Avant-Première Benefit Evening of the Quebec International Auto Show, raised $65,000.
September 15, 1987. Canada wins arguably the best series hockey has ever played as they rally to defeat the Soviet Union 6-5 in Game 3 of the Canada Cup Final in Hamilton. Mario Lemieux scores the winning goal on a pass from Wayne Gretzky (pictured) with 1:26 to go for the win.
Guy St-Laurent (photo), author and retired journalist from the Journal de Québec, 77…< strong>Marie-Josée Vézina,the spouse of Éric Pichette from Qualinet, 46 years old…Lucie Cloutier, marketing coordinator for the Investors team at Jean-Maurice Vézina, financial planner… Prince Harry strong>, youngest son of Prince Charles, 38 years old…Trevor Douglas Gretzky, son of Wayne Gretzky, 30 years old…< strong>François-Olivier Roberge, former member of the Canadian Olympic speed skating team, 37 years old…Marc Griffin, radio and television baseball analyst, 54…Richard Brodeur, AMH/NHL goaltender (1972-88), with the 1972 Nordiques in 1979, 70 years old…Oliver Stone, director, screenwriter and producer, 75 years old…TommyLee Jones, American actor, 75 years old.
September 15, 2021: Norman Bailey(photo), 88, a naturalized American British baritone known for his roles in Wagner's operas… 2019: Ric Ocasek, 75, lead singer of the American band The Cars (Drive, Just What I need and You Might Think) … 2015: Jacques-Henri Gagnon, 81, former general manager of Radio Canada in Quebec City… 2014: Claude A. Simard, 72 years old, Canadian painter… 2012: Pierre Mondy, 87 years old, actor, French comedian and director… 2008: Richard Wright , 65 years old, founding member and keyboardist of Pink Floyd… 2004: Johnny Ramone, 55 years old, guitarist of the punk-rock music group The Ramones… 1915: Ernest Gagnon, 80 years old, organist for several years at the Saint-Jean-Baptiste church and the basilica of Quebec, Quebec folklorist and historian.
Katrine Johns has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Gal Post, Katrine Johns worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my email@example.com 1-800-268-7128