After two years of selling meal boxes, the “Meating” for the next generation, a charity event for Le Grenier de Lévis food counter, will be back on Wednesday, November 2, from 5:30 p.m., at the Blaxton restaurant, rue de la Concorde in Lévis (Saint-Romuald sector). Caroline Dallaire(photo), industrial engineer and president and CEO for seven years of PH Tech in Lévis, a company specializing in the extrusion of PVC profiles for high-performance door and window systems which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, accepted the honorary presidency of the evening, which rallies the dynamism of young people to a cause aimed at providing food aid to people in need. Founded in 1991, the food security organization Le Grenier de Lévis offers food aid and support services to individuals and families in greater Lévis in need, with respect and dignity, in collaboration with partners. middle. For further information: 418 835-5336, ext. 1 orcomptoirlegrenier.com.
All good things…
November 11, Remembrance Day celebrated every year and which recalls the end of the First World War, will take on a very special meaning in 2022 for Lévis residents as a page of history will be turned with the closure of Nettoyeur Claude Hamel. after 60 years in business. It is with emotion that Marie-Claude Hamel, the daughter of the company's founder and owner since 2022, announced, after careful consideration, the upcoming closure of her business located, since 1962, not far from the old roundabout. point de Lévis, at the corner of Route du Président-Kennedy and Boulevard Guillaume-Couture. “Since all the members of our team are on the verge of retirement, we didn't want to embark on the reorganization of a new team of employees,” explains Marie-Claude Hamel, who thanks all of her clients over the year. All good things must come to an end, some would say!
For the cause
Former Nordic Alain Côté, of Napa auto parts, did not hesitate for a moment when the organizers of the Oktoberfest evening for the benefit of Œuvres Jean-Lafrance, held on October 5 at Mercedes-Benz of Quebec, asked him, as well as a few other sponsors of the Works, to put on the Bavarian outfit during the benefit evening. In the photo, Alain is surrounded by Jade and Julie, from Mercedes-Benz of Quebec. “Handsome boy” on it, Alain!
October 14, 1972. After only two games behind the bench of the team as coach of the Quebec Nordiques, Maurice Richard (photo) submits his resignation. Maurice Filion takes over.
Guillaume Wagner (photo), Quebec humorist, 39 years old… Félipé St-Laurent, owner of “Ils en fument du bon” delicatessen on 3rd Avenue in Limoilou, 45 years old…Lourdes Maria Ciccone Leon, daughter of Madonna, 26 years old…Usher strong>, American pop and R&B singer, 44 years old… Michel Després, former CEO of Retraite Québec… Dave Schultz, ex -NHL hockey player (1971-80), 73 years old…Al Oliver, baseball player (1968-1985) with the Expos in 1982, 76 years old.
October 14, 2021: The Honorable Raymond C. Setlakwe (left photo), 93, lawyer, entrepreneur (A. Setlakwe) and politician from Thetford-Mines . He was a senator from June 20, 2000 to July 3, 2003… 2021: Réjean Nadeau (photo on the right), 71, president and CEO of the Quebec agri-food flagship of Olymel. .. 2019: Danny Grant, 74, former National Hockey League (NHL) forward with Montreal, Minnesota, Detroit and Los Angeles… 2018: Donald Macdonald, 86, longtime Liberal politician, member of the cabinet of Pierre Trudeau and former minister… 2014: Geneviève Adam Audet, 33, surprised by an avalanche in Nepal… 2014: Isaiah “Ikey” Owens, 38, keyboardist in singer Jack White's band… 2013: Wally Bell, 48, American major league baseball referee… 2012: Joyce Villeneuve, 64 years old, one of the pioneers of the Journal de Québec… 2009: Lou Albano, 76 years old, ex-wrestler (WWF)… 1996: Jean Grimaldi, 98 years old, singer and actor and later organizer of show tours… 1990: Leonard Bernstein, 72 years old, American conductor and composer.. 1977: Bing Crosby, 73, American singer and actor cain… 1959: Errol Flynn, 50 years old, Australian actor.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 1-800-268-7128