The community agenda – Le Granby Express

COMMUNITY. What to do this week? When is the next social club meeting? Which organizations are looking for volunteers? To find out, feel free to consult our community agenda for the week.

The Roger Talbot Foundation

The Roger Talbot Foundation is looking for volunteers to clean the cloakroom and make money. Go to 107, rue Principale, in Granby, behind door 3.

grief to fill

The Granby Volunteer Center is willing to respond to several requests for friendship visits from men who want to break their separation. Gentlemen, do you have a few free moments a week? Would you enjoy giving sunshine to someone who is bored? Contact Karine Laplante at 450 372-1338.

FADOQ Granby

Summer session: Saturday night dance, from 7:30 pm to 10:45 pm Snacks at the end of the evening. Teacher dance every Thursday, from 1 pm to 4 pm from May 19. Information .: 450 372-0886.

Princess Club

Billiards/snooker: Tuesday and Thursday, from 6 pm to 9 pm, Friday, from 12:30 pm to 4 pm Every Wednesday at 1:15 pm: line dancing and country dancing with Judy Bossé (draw and light snack). Books and puzzles are available free of charge to members every Friday from 1 pm to 3:30 pm Information .: 450 776-6920. Travel: Saturday, June 18 at the Théâtre Hector Charland in l’Assomption for Le Grand Virage supper-theater, Friday, July 8 in Victoriaville: Radio-Cassette musical review, In Trois-Rivières, Friday, July 29, at the Cogeco amphitheater, Cirque du Soleil 2022. Information. trips: Denise at 450 539-0111 or Louise at 450 372-4165. Garage sale: Saturday, June 4. Information .: François Choquette at 450 204-6408.

Association of Friendship Lunches

After 36 good years, the Association of Friendship Lunches will close its activities with its final lunch on May 25th. This association was led by Monique Beauchemin-Baudry for 27 years, who died in 2021. She was its founder and Pierrette Lussier, always present for the occasion, for 36 years. To participate in this lunch, please contact Pierrette Lussier at 450 378-3291.

Resource for men in La Haute-Yamaska

Members of the Board of Directors of Ressource pour hommes de La Haute-Yamaska ​​invite the population, its partners, its active members and its clients to attend a public information session and annual general word on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, at 7 pm, at the Center culturel France-Arbor, 279, rue Principale, room 207, in Granby. At this meeting, we will show you the results of the activities in 2021-2022 and the financial report as of March 31, 2022. We hope many of you will meet there. Confirmation of your presence is appreciated, before June 7th. You can call us at 450 777-6680 or email us at info@rhhy.qc.ca.

oasis to mental health

The Oasis mental health organization will hold its annual general meeting on Tuesday, June 7, 2022 at 6 pm, in the Bélanger room of the Maison de spiritualité des Trinitaires, 200, boulevard Robert, in Granby. Please confirm your presence before June 3 by email at info@oasisissantementale.org or by calling 450 777-7131, ext.

Alzheimer Society of Granby and region

The Société Alzheimer Granby et region is pleased to announce its association with the Les livres de l’espoir store of the organization Sclérose en plaques Haute-Yamaska-Richelieu for the sale of the book by the author Yves Bélanger, Growing or Suffering in Strength to help. The population will then be able to get the book in the store during opening hours, Monday through Friday, from 9 am to 5 pm and Saturday, from 10 am to 3 pm Mr. Bélanger decided to give the proceeds from the sale of his book in the region of Société Alzheimer Granby et to support their mission and the services offered by the organization. The value of the book is $ 20, of which $ 10 is donated to the organization.

unknown alcoholics

If you think your drinking has become a problem in your life, AA can help. Meetings are held in Cowansville, Farnham, Granby, Bromont, Knowlton, Sutton and Waterloo. Information .: 450 405-9321 or at www.aa-quebec.org.

Al Anon

Al-Anon is for anyone who has experienced or bothered with other people’s drinking. It could be a spouse, a parent, a child, a friend, someone from your in-laws, an employment relationship, someone with whom you don’t have any contact now or even someone who has died. Information .: 1-888-425-2666; www.al-anon.alateen.org.

Meals on Wheels: Volunteers Wanted

The Granby Volunteer Center is currently looking for volunteers for its Meals on Wheels team. Preparing food, dishes and cleaning areas, sometimes in an environment as good as this is sociable. If you are available from 8 am to 12:30 pm or from 12 pm to 3:30 pm, reliable and punctual, we invite you to call 450 372-1338.

Estrie Friendship Rescue

Your listening can change the world. Become a telephone listening service volunteer and actively contribute to the well-being of your community, fulfill yourself through an enriching experience, benefit from support throughout your volunteering and take the opportunity to share your skills with various committees. Information .: 819 823-5400.

Quebec Men’s Network

Réseau hommes Québec has a self-help group that allows men from the Granby and Estrie regions to get to know each other better and talk to each other. Information .: 1-877-908-4545 or info@rhquebec.ca.

Solutions by citizens

Citizen Mediation Solutions offers the population of Granby and surrounding areas free conflict resolution support services. Our mediators respond to requests from citizens in various conflict situations: neighborhood, interpersonal, in a community organization. Feel free to contact us if needed: 450 777-4208, ext. 226, or smc granby@gmail.com.

Gamblers Anonymous

Problems with the game? You can’t get away with it? Attend Gamblers Anonymous meetings every Monday and Wednesday at 7:30 pm at 590, rue St-François, door 9, Granby. Information: 1-866-484-6664, www.gaquebec.org.

Do you have a problem with emotional dependency?

If you have problems with internal illness, low self-esteem or unsatisfactory relationships, Dependent Affectives Anonymous (DAA) can help you. A group organizes meetings every Friday, at exactly 7:30 pm, at the Le Passant home, 436, rue Horner, in Granby. Information .: on the DAA Quebec website.

Overeaters Anonymous

If you’re obsessed with food, join us on Tuesday night, at exactly 7:15 pm, at the Jean-Paul Régimbal Center (Trinitaires), Lahaie room, 200, boulevard Robert, in Granby. Toll-free information: 1-877-509-1939.

Anxiety disorders, we can get away with it

You are afraid of losing control, going crazy, the fear of judging others and ridicule leads you to avoid … you feel nauseous, sometimes you feel dizzy, palpitations and anxiety prevent you from enjoying life. Phobies-Zéro, a support and self-help group for people, young or old, living with anxiety disorders, informs you that weekly meetings are held in your sector every Wednesday night, from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm, at Center St-Benoit, room 119, 170, St-Antoine North, in Granby. Information and listening line: Monday through Friday, 9 am to 9 pm, at 514 276-3105 or 1-866-922-0002.

books of hope

Thousands of recovered books are sold for $ 5 or less at the “Les livres de l’espoir” store, located at 24 rue St-Joseph in Granby. The money from the sales made in this business, with a taste of the social economy, was invested to support people with multiple sclerosis. The store is open Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, and Saturday, 10 am to 3 pm To reduce the ecological footprint, it is recommended to bring your bag. The store also collects book donations from Tuesday through Thursday, from 9 am to 3 pm Information .: 450 776-2612 or livresdelespoir@sephyr.org.

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