New Sherbrooke park honours dedicated volunteer

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New Sherbrooke park honours dedicated volunteer
From left to right, Toponymy Committee Chair Paul Gingues, Fairview District (Lennoxville) councillor Bertrand Collins, Pin-Solitaire District Councillor Pierre Avard, Fleurimont Borough President Vincent Boutin, Desranleau District Councillor Danielle Berthold, Dine Vaillancourt’s son André Caron, her husband Richard Caron, daughter Isabelle Caron, and Sherbrooke Mayor, Steve Lussier (Photo : Photo courtesy)

Record Staff – The City of Sherbrooke has officially inaugurated a new neighborhood park in the Virginie-Laflamme sector of the Borough of Fleurimont to honour dedicated volunteer Diane-Vaillancourt.
“Diane-Vaillancourt Park is the second neighborhood park we are inaugurating this year,” said Sherbrooke Mayor Steve Lussier. “It is very important for the members of the municipal council to offer these spaces to the people of Sherbrooke so that children can have fun and meet other young people in the area.” See full story in the Thursday, July 12 edition of The Record.

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