In the photo: Bernard Archambault, secretary, Centre d’Entraide Régional d’Henryville (CERH); Hélène Ménard, president, CERH; Denis Paradis, France Larocque, executive director, CERH; and Michel Rainville, vice president, CERH.
$17,525 for the Centre d’Entraide Régional d’Henryville
On February 2, 2018, Denis Paradis announced funding totalling $11,426 for the Centre d’Entraide Régional d’Henryville under the New Horizons for Seniors Program. The money will be used to purchase equipment for the kitchen in the new building, so that the centre can offer cooking workshops for seniors, especially those living with a chronic illness.
“This project highlights the involvement of a local organization and citizens and their desire to help Brome-Missisquoi prosper. Our community spirit and commitment are our strength. I am proud to represent the residents of our riding, who work hard every day to make our beautiful region a better place. Thank you for your commitment.”