On Sunday, September 18, from 9 a.m. to noon, at Le Relais de Lac-Beauport ski center, the 2nd Relay for Autism will be held for the benefit of the Quebec Autism Foundation. This event aims to raise funds to contribute to the financing of specialized services offered at Autisme Québec (Capitale-Nationale) to people with autism and their families. Here are the two ways to participate: on an individual basis, for a donation of $20/person, go to the Foundation's page on the CanadaHelps platform, at lnkd.in/edXEdhND. Participation by fundraising: you organize your own fundraising and you are sponsored by your friends, relatives or colleagues. The sums are remitted directly to the Foundation. To do this, simply create your fundraising page on CanadaHelps (lnkd.in/edXEdhND). Other information: fondationautismequebec.org
The National Golf League (LNG)
The 20th season of the National Golf League (LNG), at the Lévis golf club, ended on Monday, September 5, with the victory in the final of Jean-Renault Delisle (Toronto ), on the left, and René Savard (Ottawa) on the right, who defeated André Jolicoeur (Philadelphia) and Normand Poisson (Edmonton). Pictured is LNG President Patrick Roy (Colorado), center, presenting the cup to the winners.
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Congratulations to Richard Lavoiewho, on August 17, shot a hole-in-one at the Castor club in Valcartier. The event occurred on hole number 8 (130 yards) using a 7 iron. In the photo, Richard is with his witnesses: Claire Sirois, Ginette Brisson,and behind the camera, Claudette Dionne. In addition, another hole-in-one recently occurred at the Albatros golf club in Quebec. On August 28, Michel Tardif achieved the feat at hole number 4 with an 8 iron. He was accompanied by Richard Emond, Bob Fiset and Claude Gaudreau. Meanwhile, at the La Tempête club in Lévis, Louis-Charles Godin made his first career hole-in-one, on September 1, at hole 7 of the new 191 yard course (C), with his iron 6. He was accompanied by François Ouellet and Martin Fournier-Giguère.
September 13, 1962. Inauguration of the Place Ville-Marie building in Montreal. Tallest building in Montreal at the time with its 45 floors (now the fourth tallest skyscraper in Montreal) Place Ville-Marie was built at a cost of $80 million. The photo was taken during the construction of Place Ville Marie, a construction that lasted 4 years.
Marcel Pelchat< /strong> (photo), master hairstylist, Marcel Pelchat Coiffure at Center Laurier Québec…Niall Horan, Irish singer and songwriter (member of One Direction), 29 years… José Théodore, ex-NHL goalkeeper and TVA Sports analyst, 46 years… Stella McCartney, British fashion designer, daughter of Paul McCartney, 51 years… Chantal Francke , comedian, ex-member of Rock et belles oreille, 64 years old…
September 13, 2021: Michel Garneau (left photo), 82 years old, Quebec poet, playwright, musician and comedian… 2021: Fred Stanfield ( em>photo), 77 years old, 14 seasons in the NHL including 6 with the Boston Bruins (Stanley Cup in 1970 and 1972)… 2019: Eddie Money, 70 ;years old, prolific American rocker of the 1970s and 1980s… 2017: Frank Vincent, 80 years old, American actor (Phil Leotardo in the series The Sopranos).. .
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