Food and fun at Beaulne

Stanstead Journal - - FRONT PAGE - Vic­to­ria Vanier Coat­i­cook

Coat­i­cook’s Beaulne Mu­seum held its 33rd edi­tion of their Christ­mas Tea last Sun­day. Ev­ery floor of the Chateau Arthur-Os­more-nor­ton was full with the one hun­dred and eighty-six din­ers who at­tended the pop­u­lar com­mu­nity event, rais­ing $2000 for the mu­seum. Vis­i­tors en­joyed the sump­tu­ous buf­fet and lis­tened to live mu­sic as they awaited the ex­cit­ing prize draws at the end of the evening.

“The evening went very well and the Mu­seum was full,” com­mented Fran­coisThierry Toé, the Mu­seum’s di­rec­tor and cu­ra­tor hap­pily.

This year’s win­ners were: Mar­cel Fortin who won a stay at the Au­berge le Bocage worth $275; Louise Bolduc who won a bas­ket of Christ­mas dec­o­ra­tions from Dupuis & Fils inc., val­ued at $150; and Mrs. Thibault wo won a din­ner for four at the DT Bistro val­ued at $125.

The win­ner of the Sump­tu­ous Din­ner Party was also an­nounced. Jeanne Plante, from Coat­i­cook, will en­joy a gourmet din­ner with many friends, pre­pared by Chef Do­minic Trem­blay, from Café Mas­saw­ippi and Bistro sur Child in Coat­i­cook, and served in the beau­ti­ful Chateau

Photo Stanstead Jour­nal

Mu­seum di­rec­tor Fran­cois-thierry Toé (left) and Mu­seum pres­i­dent Rose­mary Schu­macher (sec­ond from left) wel­comed dis­tin­guished guests Min­is­ter Monique GagnonTrem­blay and Coat­i­cook mayor Bertrand Lamoureux to last Sun­day’s Christ­mas Tea.

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