September 3rd, 2014
In an exclusive column for The Record, Doug Milne, communications manager for the PGA Tour and avid runner, shares how running or exercise can help keep you disciplined and transcend into other areas in your life. Here then, in his own words is Milneâ€™s eighth exclusive guest writing installment:
Passed away accidentally in ÂHuntingdon on August 30, 2014, Mr. Robert McGee aged 72 years.
Passed away peacefully at the Wales Home, Richmond QC, on Thursday July 31, 2014, Connie Whittingham in her 102nd year.
Passed away peacefully, from this world, to be with Âhusband, Errol and son, Ray.Â
Passed away peacefully at the Foyer Richmond on Sunday, August 31, 2014, Mrs. Ruth Mountain (nee Adams) at the age of 84.
It is with the deepest sadness, we announce the passing of Helen Gillman on Sunday, August 31, 2014 at Sunnybrook Hospital Palliative Care in Toronto at the age of 89.
More than 50 interested parties and media were present at a press conference held at the Town Hall in Sutton on Friday, explaining the master plan for the Green Mountains Nature reserve, an area covering close to 70 square kilometres in the Eastern Townships.
The plan was years in the making, and will be implemented by seven partners: the Nature Conservancy of Canada, the Appalachian Corridor, Les Sentiers de lâ€™Estrie, Tourism Eastern Townships, Parc dâ€™Environnement Naturel de Sutton, the Brome-Missisquoi local development committee and the Sutton economic development corporation.
Julie Edwards is no stranger to Massey-Vanier High School, but she has a different perspective this year after taking on a new challenge as the high schoolâ€™s principal. An Eastern Townships School Board veteran of more than 20 years, Edwards comes to the new position with a range of experience, and a recent connection to the school that she hopes will help to keep Massey-Vanier at the head of the scholastic pack.
The Petits FrĂ¨res of Sherbrooke, a Fleurimont-based organization which offers accompaniment to people living on their own from age 75 to the end of life, will be holding a fundraising challenge on Sunday, Sept. 14 at 2 p.m.
The Bishopâ€™s Gaiters met with crosstown rivals from the University of Sherbrooke in a friendly, but still competitive, pre-season scrimmage.
The event was a joint initiative by both head coaches, the Gaitersâ€™ Kevin Mackey and the Vert & Orâ€™s David Lessard, who both wanted to have their teams see game-like action before their regular seasons kick off next week.