By Nick Fonda – Record readers may not immediately recognize the name Vera Lemay Armstrong but from 1951 to 1970 her photographs appeared in Sherbrooke’s English newspaper regularly if not daily. Monday, she turns 100, after having been feted on Saturday by a very large group of family and friends at the Wales Home where she has been residing for the last six years. She was born Vera MacLeod on January 7, 1919 on the Scots Road, at the time still farm country. She was the seventh of eight girls and one baby brother. Her roots in the Townships go very deep. On her father’s side, she is a Moe, among the earliest families to settle in the area. The one-room schoolhouse she attended stood across the road from her home on land donated by her great grandfather. “He also donated land to build an Anglican church,” Vera explained on the weekend, “but it was never built.” See full story in the Monday, Jan. 7 edition of The Record.