In the eyes of Michel – Chronicle of May 11, 2022

The Fondation Jonction pour Elle had the great privilege of receiving a donation of $ 5,000 from the Valero Energy Foundation of Canada (first photo), in support of its mission to help the La Jonction pour Elle de Lévis shelter, which welcomes women and children who are victims of domestic violence in the territories of Lévis, Bellechasse, Lotbinière and La Nouvelle-Beauce.

Raymond-Marie Dutil met Guy Lafleur at the official opening of the Saint-Romuald arena in 1969. He had the good fortune to shake hands with him (2nd photo). He was a member of the recreation committee responsible for the construction of tennis courts and a chalet.

Isabelle Hudon, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC), was in Lévis on April 27, as part of a dinner-conference at the Lévis Chamber of Commerce. Go Rampe, a company specializing in the local manufacture of aluminum access ramps for wheelchairs, had the privilege of welcoming him to its factory to discuss the potential development of its accessibility solutions for people with disability in the Quebec market. In the third photo, we see, from left to right, Sébastien Machado, director of the BDC Entrepreneurship Center, Sophie Beaudet, general manager of Go Rampe, Isabelle Hudon, Marc Lacasse, president and founder of Go Rampe, as well as Catherine Verreault, Account Manager in BDC.

On February 16, 2023, a concert will take place with the Orchester symphonique de Québec to benefit the fight against polio, a goal dear to the hearts of Rotarians (4th photo). Note that this concert will almost certainly be offered as well. The goal is to raise $ 40,000.

Congratulations to the organization Chevaliers de Lévis for being nominated for the Réjean Houle trophy, awarded to the group that has identified itself in the field of communication and marketing!

At the last U-2 District Lions Convention, on April 29-30 and May 1, the Breakeyville Lions Club wanted to highlight the work of Lioness Annie Laferrière, by showing her a unique character of Compagnon Melvin Jones (th -5 photos). This is the highest honor a Lion member can receive from their club. Annie Laferrière was treasurer of the Breakeyville Lions Club for 8 years and was involved with the Lions for 20 years of Lionism. Congratulations Annie for your participation.

Lioness Janine Dumont received a Presidential Certificate of Appreciation from Lions International Club President Douglas Alexander and another Certificate of Appreciation from Multiple District U Council of Governors Chairman Tony Nahas (6th photo).

Lion Pierrot Fortier received a Certificate of Appreciation from Multiple District U Council of Governors Chairman Tony Nahas and another Certificate of Appreciation from the Lions International Club’s Global Action Team (GAT) for his participation (7th photo).

Lion Jean-Luc Blanchet of the Saint-Romuald Lions Club was awarded the Compagnon de Melvin Jones 1 diamond award and received the button to this effect (8th photo). He received the honor from District U-2 Governor Lucie Bélanger. This award marks 45 years of Lionism and was given to him by his club as a tribute for all his years of service and continued involvement with the Club. Congratulations to Lion Jean-Luc!

Congratulations to André Desbiens and Colombe Roger-Côté for the great awards received for their unwavering dedication to the works of the Club Lions de Lévis and the great organization of the Lions (9th photo).

Lily Thibodeau was thrilled to participate in the official opening of the Tournoi international atom M11 Desjardins de Lévis as she performed the national anthem (10th photo).

The night of ideas, presented at Louis Fréchette’s birthplace at the end of April, was crowned with success (11th photo). In addition to dedicated, in-depth and very relevant discussions, the event raised $ 324, which will be donated to the Red Cross to help Ukraine!

The Saint-Henri Knights of Columbus invite you to their blood drive, which will take place on May 17 at the Center récréatif et sportif de Saint-Henri. To make your appointment: 1-800 343-7264.

Marc Picard, MP for Chutes-de-la-Chaudière, received confirmation of his 2022-2023 Support for Volunteer Action (SAB) budget a few days ago. The SAB budget aims to promote local voluntary action. He therefore invites the community organizations, social clubs, schools, cooperatives and various associations of Chutes-de-la-Chaudière, who want to undertake small and large projects, to send him a request for financial assistance with requested documents, in writing. at For more information: 418 834-0015.

During the Diamant fundraising activity in Quebec City, André Fortin and Léopold Beaulieu, members of the Diamant board of directors, Julie Suzanne Doyon, Carole Théberge accompanied by her husband, and Simon Nolet posed (12th photo).

The Association of Figure Skating Clubs of Capitale-Nationale and Chaudière-Appalaches invites you to attend its annual general meeting, on June 1 at 7:30 pm in person at the Aquaréna Léo-Paul-Bédard in Charny.

From May 1 to 7, this is Civil Security Week, I would like to pay tribute to those who are making the necessary efforts and actions to ensure the safety of the population in our territory during emergency measures. Your dedication and presence is important and we appreciate everything you do.

Here is a summary of the championships for the Corsairs of École Pointe-Lévy. In basketball, Corsairs atom D4N2 won a bronze medal in the regionals. In cheerleading, the youngest level 1 Corsair won a silver medal at the RSEQ Provincial Championship. In improvisation, the Corsaires bleus won top championship honors at the end of the season in the best category, Class AA. Congratulations to all Corsairs (13th photo)!

In closing, I would like to wish a happy birthday to Christian Tanguay (May 9 – City of Lévis), Johanne Boivin (May 9 – animator at Rhythm 102.9), Chantale Fournier (May 10 – Laval University), Alain Gaumond (May 10) . ), Stephan Robitaille (May 10 – Frontmatec), TaÏna Lightfoot (May 10), Alexandre Lemieux (May 11), Jean -Marie Perreault (May 12 – Alarme Jenco), Mario Trépanier (May 12), Michel Mercure (May 13) , Linda Goupil (May 13 – former Quebec Minister of Justice), Louis Turmel (May 14 – Comnet Technology), Antoine Dubé (May 15 – former federal deputy), Maude Poliquin (May 15) and Linda Desbiens Poirier (May 15 – Lévis Lions Club).

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