Ten years of ‘’Community Wednesdays’’

Par Michel Thibault
Ten years of ‘’Community Wednesdays’’
Paula Dias et Hélène Audet du programme Passe-Partout pour les 4 ans, de la Commission scolaire des Grandes Seigneuries. (Photo : Michel Thibault)

St. Jude Elementary School in Chateauguay was animated after class Wednesday.

Michel Thibault  Translation Dan Rosenburg

It was its turn to play host to a ‘’Community Wednesday,’’ a formula launched ten years ago.

These rendez-vous convene up to about 20 groups in one school from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The general public has the opportunity to find out about a multitude of services from intervenors present, who are, in fact, mostly women. Various activities for families are also proposed, as well as a spaghetti supper at reasonable prices.

This one at St. Jude School took place under the theme of well-being and benevolence.

The next ‘’Community Wednesday’’ will be held on December 4 at St. Willibrord School in Chateauguay at which time the 10th anniversary will be emphasized.

The activity results from the collaboration of assistance groups, the CISSMO, the New Frontiers and Grandes-Seigneuries school boards, as well as public services such as the police and firefighters.

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