Austin W.I Meet­ing

Stanstead Journal - - SPORTS - Austin

The Austin W.I met on Wed­nes­day Septem­ber 12th at the sum­mer home of Liz Good­win in Austin. Pres. Debi Bonn opened at 1 p.m. with all recit­ing the M.S Col­lect and salute to the Cana­dian Flag. She ex­pressed many thanks to Liz for shar­ing her beau­ti­ful sum­mer home for the meet­ing. MOTTO: A per­son should hear a lit­tle mu­sic, read a lit­tle po­etry and laugh at some­thing ev­ery day. R.C: Name a book writ­ten by a Cana­dian au­thor and was well an­swered by nine mem­bers with His­tory, Ge­og­ra­phy and even Lim­er­icks! Min­utes from the Austin meet­ing were read by Liz Good­win and Treas. Betty T. gave a healthy re­port. All were ap­proved. Wool gath­er­ing: Five preemie sets by Gerry Meesen for the baby hospi­tal in Sher­brooke. Thanks Gerry. Au­gust Birthday: Au­gust 25th – Eve­lyn Jack­son’s 100th which was Roy­ally cel­e­brated by the Queen, the Prime Min­is­ter, Lib­eral M.P for Ma­gog and Or­ford, friends and rel­a­tives from Ma­gog. Mem­bers of this Chap­ter sur­prised her right on her birthday com­plete with bal­loons, more decoration and yet an­other birthday cake!

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June 27th, 1937 – Septem­ber 25th, 2012 – Ray­mond Beaudin passed away peace­fully in Cal­gary, AB. sur­rounded by his fam­ily at the age of 75 years. He leaves be­hind his lov­ing wife of 37 years, Mary Lou, his three sons Yves, Rene and Danny. Five step chil­dren, Sharon, Steve, Sue, Lisa and David, their spouses, many grand­chil­dren, great­grand­chil­dren, nieces and neph­ews.. He will also be dearly missed by his broth­ers & sis­ters; Rachel, Therese, Ce­cile, Fer­nand, Col­lette, Claudette, Jac­que­line, Fer­nande, Ray­monde, Pierre and Denise. He was pre­de­ceased by his mother Josephine and his fa­ther Os­car as well as sib­lings Yvette, Marielle, Rita, JeanMarie and Pierette. Ray­mond al­ways en­joyed go­ing to watch the horse and dog races but not as much as the an­nual poker games with the boys. His pas­sion for the Montreal Cana­di­ens was in­tense as was his love of the Stanstead Col­lege Arena. He al­ways en­joyed watch­ing all the girls and boys as they pro­gressed over the years at the game of hockey. In later years Ray en­joyed trips to the Rocky Moun­tains, train trips across Canada and vis­its from his fam­ily. He will be missed dearly by all of us. If so de­sired memo­rial trib­utes can be made to the Cana­dian Can­cer So­ci­ety.

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