And door prizes too!

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This event is hosted by: Town­ship­pers’ As­so­ci­a­tion, Lennoxville and Dis­trict Women’s Cen­tre, Men­tal Health Estrie, Town­ship­pers Re­search and Cul­tural Foun­da­tion, the Town­ships Sun, Que­bec An­glo­phone Her­itage Net­work and the Lennoxville Youth Cen­ter.

Full de­tails can be found at Town­ship­pers. For ad­di­tional in­for­ma­tion about this year’s open house, con­tact one of the host or­ga­ni­za­tions or call 819-566-5717 (toll free 1-866-566-5717). Fe­bru­ary 8th, 1927 - Novem­ber 17th, 2013 – In lov­ing mem­ory of Vi­vian Cochrane who passed away peace­fully in Ma­gog Hos­pi­tal at the age of 86 years. She was born to Verda (Al­ger) and Ken Hutchins on Fe­bru­ary 8th, 1927 and grew up in Ge­orgeville. She mar­ried John Cochrane on April 26th, 1947 and to­gether they lived at Cam­per­down Farm in Ge­orgeville and raised their chil­dren Vaughan and Linda. Vi­vian was pre­de­ceased by her beloved hus­band John, cher­ished daugh­ter Linda Dol­limore, her par­ents and sib­lings Pauline and Wes­ley. She is sur­vived by son Vaughan Cochrane (Linda) of Gimli, MB; Grand­son Jeff Cochrane (Christy) of Win­nipeg, MB, Grand­daugh­ter Kelly Hun­nie (Dan) with great grand­chil­dren Hud­son and Sum­mer Hun­nie of Win­nipeg MB. Son-in-law Tom Dol­limore and one nephew and three nieces also sur­vive. Vi­vian was ac­tive in the com­mu­nity of Ge­orgeville, the lo­cal school and the Ge­orgeville United Church. She was an avid golfer and sports fan; a faith­ful sup­porter of the Mon­treal Cana­di­ans. In 2008 she moved to the Res­i­dence Mem­phre in Ma­gog and was ap­pre­cia­tive of the care pro­vided by the staff. Visi­ta­tion will take place Thurs­day Novem­ber 21st, at the

Cass Funeral Home 545 Duf­ferin Stanstead

7 to 9 p.m. A Funeral ser­vice will be held Fri­day Novem­ber 22nd, at 2 p.m. at the

Cass Funeral Home 545 Duf­ferin Stanstead Que. fol­lowed by in­ter­ment at Macpher­son Ceme­tery and a re­cep­tion at the Ge­orgeville Com­mu­nity Hall. Do­na­tions in her mem­ory may be made to, Mem­phré­m­a­gog Hos­pi­tal Foun­da­tion. “From hearts that we have trea­sured, from lives that we have shared, from loves that walked be­side us, from friends for whom we’ve cared, we’ve learned to trea­sure kind­ness, we’ve learned that grace pro­vides, we’ve learned to be to­gether, we’ve

learned that love abides.”

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