Open House at new Phelps Helps locale
Thepopular Phelps Aide Phelps Helps program is hosting an Open House this Thursday, September 22nd from 5:30 to 6:30, at their new location at the corner of Dufferin and Notre Dame Street. The after school tutoring and study program moved to the former ‘corner gallery’ earlier in the month after spending their first four years in Stanstead’s Culture and Recreation Centre. Operations Manager Clea Corman is hoping that parents, students and community members will stop in to see the new space or to find out more about the program.
“We’ll be tutoring until 5:30, and then we’ve planned a fun activity for the students who will be there,” said Ms. Corman. “The new space is fantastic and we’ve taken our time and put lots of effort into fixing it for the students. They’re really enjoying the new space,” she added. It was actually
cont'd page 15 Seen at the inauguration of the car charging stations in the Coaticook MRC, last Thursday, were (l. to r.): Coaticook mayor St-Francois MNA MRC Prefect and of Hydro-Quebec.
Last Thursday, the Coaticook MRC inaugurated its network of eleven electric car re-charging stations in the parking lot of the Pavillon des arts et de la culture. Three of the eleven stations have been installed in that central location: a quick 400 volt re-charger and two 240 volt standard rechargers. Two more are located in the town of Coaticook, at the tourist information centre and at the Grange Ronde of the Parc de la Gorge. The other charging stations on the Coaticook MRC’s territory are in Barnston-West, Compton, East Hereford, Saint Venant-de-Paquette, Saint Malo and Waterville.