The Record e-edition
AThere for you 24-hours-a-day 7-days-a-week. Wherever you are.
ccess the full edition of the Sherbrooke Record as well as special editions and 30 days of archives.
Renew or order a new 12month print subscription and get a 12-month online subscription for an additional $5 or purchase the online edition only for $82.21.
Record subscription rates (includes Quebec taxes)
1 year print: $178.21 6 month print: $97.73 3 month print: $50.59 12 month web only: $125.00 1 month web only: $11.25
Web subscribers have access to the daily Record as well as archives and special editions. Subscribing is as easy as 1,2,3:
1. Visit the Record website: www.sherbrookerecord.com
2. Click e-edition.
3. Complete the form and wait for an email activating your online subscription.
The Missisquoi North (CABMN) Youth Centre welcomed record numbers of children and adults to its Halloween themed evening on Wednesday night. With treats provided by the Mansonville Optimist Club and the amazing coordination efforts of Julia Eldridge and Rachelle Lachance, FYI (Former Youth Involvement) committee members and long-time youth centre supporters, the evening was a blast from start to finish.
With over fifteen youth and volunteers participating, the theme this year was, “Haunted Prom” and the zombies were aplenty as Principal Mcgreen welcomed all who dared enter to enjoy the “last waltz” of the evening. According to Mcgreen, “people were dying to get in!”
While spine tingling antics took place inside, outside the centre, hot chocolate and hot coffee were served to warm all who arrived in the damp drizzle, kids in tow, looking to stop the chill in their bones. A photo booth assured that all trick or treaters, both young and not so young were able to sit for a family photo or one with friends. Photos can be found on the Youth Centre Facebook page.
It was estimated that over 140 youth passed through the Centre which is a record number. For the organizers and volunteers, this is the one night where the occasional scream of a child or adult is sweet music to the ears!
All involved with this annual haunt send out their gratitude to the Mansonville Optimist Club for their sponsorship of the event and to the Municipality of Potton for the use of a tent to provide shelter from the rain while parents and youth shared a beverage and stopped for a photo.
Organizers extend a huge thank you to all who helped with the event from zombies to those outside the building serving refreshments and taking photos. This has become a tradition for the Youth Centre and the youth and their families. For Eldridge and Lachance, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!”