Memphremagog Conservation AGM recalls a busy year

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Memphremagog Conservation  AGM recalls a busy year
First row from left to right, Jean-Claude Duff, Gisèle Lacasse Benoit, Mary Pat Goulding, Ariane Orjikh, Sandra Marshall, Charles Guay, Robert Benoit Second row from left to right: Santiago Doyon, Karina Palmorino, Peter Lepine, Johanne Lavoie, Louis-Philippe Cyr, Maxime Veillette, and François Bélanger (Photo : Courtesy Valérie Benoit / MCI)

Record Staff – Memphremagog Conservation Inc. (MCI) held its 51st annual general meeting on Saturday at the Murray Memorial Centre in Georgeville, allowing members to be brought up to date on the activities undertaken over the past year, discuss issues with the board of directors, and elect directors for the coming year. MCI is a non-profit organisation made up of volunteers, working since 1967 to protect the environmental health and natural beauty of Lake Memphremagog and its watershed. See full story in the Tuesday, July 17 edition of The Record.

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