Fun in the sun on Friendship Day

By Gordon Lambie
Fun in the sun on Friendship Day
George Beaulieu and Gerry McNab (President of the Lennoxville Volunteer Firefighter’s Association) serving up lunch at the Lennoxville Firefighter’s Association Canteen on Saturday. (Photo : Matthew McCully)

The weather couldn’t have been better this past Saturday for the 30th edition of Friendship Day in Lennoxville. Under a sky that was sunny, but not too hot, people young and old made their way to Lennoxville once again to eat together, watch and participate in a parade, play in a variety of ways and just generally engage in all of the many ways that locals celebrate friendship year after year.
“We’re lucky that we have the weather with us,” said Borough President Claude Charron while taking in a piece of cake at Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre in the early afternoon, noting that there were a large number of other events going on in neighbouring communities for people to choose to attend. He particularly noted the large number of families taking part in the children’s activities at Lennoxville Elementary school. See full story in the Monday, June 10 edition of The Record.

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