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First Responder Service recruiting process

Published on September 5, 2018

The Sutton First Responder Service is in the process of recruiting to fill its workforce. If you are interested in being part of a dynamic and mutual aid team, join our ranks. We are starting a training session on Saturday, September 8th. For further information, please contact the coordinator, Marie-Hélène Simard at 514 237-3015.

Invitation to an evening of information and discussion on the issue of attracting and retaining young people, families and immigrants to Sutton

Published on August 31, 2018

 Monday September 10th, 2018 at 7:30 p.m.
Town of Sutton Council Room

The Sutton Town Council, in collaboration with the MRC Brome-Missisquoi and other members of the community, invites the population of Sutton to a presentation on a challenge crucial to the vitality of our community, namely the importance of attracting and keeping young people, families and immigrants. Find out why this issue is relevant to maintaining and improving the quality of life here in Sutton. A discussion period will follow the presentation.

Brown bin distribution

Published on August 17, 2018

The distribution of brown bins for the collection of organic waste will start during the week of August 20th, 2018.

The brown bins will be delivered directly to each residential address, no need to ask or move.

 

 

Recent intergenerational activity

Published on August 16, 2018

On Thursday, August 9th, the second intergenerational activity, organized by the municipality , was held in collaboration with Mrs. Odile Savaresse and the Day Camp of the Town of Sutton.

The 5-7 year olds had the opportunity to participate in an interactive painting activity with Mrs. Savaresse who guided them throughout the activity. With the help of the day camp leaders, she lead fun painting workshops with the children who enjoyed it. Some very interesting results came out. In addition, the 8-11 year old group practiced the drawing techniques learned in order to put together a small notebook containing different characters from their imagination. The notebooks could be kept and brought home after the activity. This shows that different generations can learn a lot from each other!

 

Application for financial assistance from the Municipality for 2019 projects and events

Published on August 16, 2018

The application form for funding regarding Sutton’s Community, Cultural, Recreational and Sports Organizations Recognition and Support Policy (Cultural Fund) is now online. The deadline to submit a project is October 9, 2018.

https://sutton.ca/en/arts-and-culture/support-for-cultural-organizations/

New: The document « Questions préparatoires pour remplir le formulaire de la politique de reconnaissance » was written to assist organizations. It includes not only questions but also tips for easier use of the online form.

Organizations submitting an initial application for financial assistance from the Town or a completely new project are invited to contact Claudine Filion-Dufresne, Cultural Development Officer, before completing the form: [email protected]

 

 

 

 

Notice of road work on Missisquoi Valley Road – Township of Potton

Published on August 3, 2018

The ministère des Transports will begin Monday, August 20, 2018 the replacement of three culverts located on Missisquoi Valley Road in the Township of Potton.

The culverts are located near the boundary with the Town of Sutton (culvert 5539-0), near Montée Old Stewart (culvert 5545-0) and approximately 450 m east of the Montée Old Stewart (culvert 5547-0).

To carry out this work, traffic in the sector will be managed alternately (1 lane of 4 meters wide maintained at all times) by means of signalers or traffic lights with digital countdown.

The work will last for six weeks.

For more information please contact the ministère des Transports at 511.

Recent intergenerational activity

Published on July 24, 2018

Tuesday, July 10, 2018,was the first intergenerational activity organized by the municipality in collaboration with Sutton Thai Chi Club and Sutton Day Camp.

The 10-12 years old had the chance to attend a demonstration and an initiation to Thai Chi at Goyette Hill Park. Sutton Tai Chi Taoist® Club instructor Louise Hadd was able to teach the youth the basics of this Chinese martial art. This shows that different generations can learn a lot from each other.

 
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