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Sing whenever you feel

One of the great things about being old is you can just sit and sing whenever you feel the urge.

What you sing is sometimes rather silly, but it keeps you entertained and smiling.

This week I am thinking of old songs which have names in them.

There seem to be many more ladies' names than men's.

Breaking News...Two Quebec High School teachers help apprehend teenage purse snatchers

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Photo: Scott French

Two Quebec High School teachers helped police apprehend two teenagers now accused of stealing an elderly woman's purse behind the school on Rue De Lévis Tuesday morning.

Two male teens, aged 13 and 16, have been arrested and charged with robbery, Sandra Dion, a spokesperson for the Quebec City municipal police confirmed yesterday.

Large View Photo St. Brigid's Expansion

Jeffery Hale Golf Tournament

Mark your calendars

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Many golfers are already hitting the links with the fine weather we have been recently enjoying. So a note to all you golfers; this year the Jeffery Hale golf tournament will once again be held in September. It is traditionally a spectacular time of year.

Great Hunger not Great Famine drove people out of Ireland

2009 marks the 100th anniversary of the unveiling of the Celtic cross at the Grosse ÎIe Irish Memorial National Historic Site run by Parks Canada.

Veteran St.Brigid's volunteer receives Moe Rosenhek Award

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Photo: Kathleen Poulin, Citadel Foundation

Joan Holton has been named the recipient of this year's Moe Rosenhek Award for her dedication to the residents of St. Brigid's Home during more than 30 years of service.

Irish government pays tribute on Grosse Ile with new exhibition

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Photo: Scott French

Members of the English-speaking and Irish communities of Quebec City gathered on Grosse-Île with members of the federal government and Irish dignitaries this past Sunday to unveil a $75,000 project to create a new exhibition on the island that once served as a quarantine station for newly arrived immigrants to Canada during the 19th and early 20th century.

Construction to finally begin on new seniors' residence next to St. Brigid's Home next week

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The architect’s rendition of the new senior’s residence (left) to be built next to St. Brigid’s home (right) seen from Chemin St. Louis.

 

St. Pat's basketball alumni reunite on the court


AA Mens
AA mens winners: SHAD'S BOYZ

SEBASTIEN FEX
DOMINIC BARRIEAU
OLIVIER BARRIEAU
SMITH FISET
Francis Moore
Luke Radoux
JONATHAN LARSON

JESSE FOURNIER
MATTHEW RADOUX

SLC's Wu and Fortier win prestigious Canadian Millenium Scholarship Foundation entrance awards for university study

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Photo: Courtesy of Clara Wu

Two Champlain St. Lawrence students have been named as winners of prestigious scholarships from the Canada Millenium Scholarship Foundation entrance awards last week for their involvement and leadership in their schools and in their community in Ste-Foy.

Clara Wu was one of 123 youths across the country to be recognized with the $25,000 national entrance scholarship.

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