Want to find out what’s new with Townshippers’ Association? Read on!
Townshippers’ has a number of media tools – print, radio and online – which we use to keep in touch with you, our members. These tools help us to tell you about what we are doing, share stories about our accomplishments and those of our partners and, last but not least, hear your ideas and opinions about the work that we do. Want to keep in touch with us? Here’s where you can find us:
For more information, contact:
Corrinna Pole, Administration & Communications Officer
819-566-5717 (Toll free: 1-866-566-5717) or firstname.lastname@example.org
Our flagship publication, Townshippers, is our strongest link with our members. Published twice a year (in March and September), this publication is full of information about the many projects we are involved in. You can find previous issues of this publication in our online library.
To read the current issue of our flagship publication, click here
The Keeping in Touch column, published every Wednesday in the Sherbrooke Record, enables Townshippers’ Association to keep community members up-to-date with our regular activities, as well as those of our partners.
To read our most recent Keeping in Touch columns, click here
The About Townshippers column enables us to share news about the activities of the Association which are more specifically targeted to English speakers in the Montérégie-East region of the Eastern Townships.
To read our most recent About Townshippers columns, click here
Want to hear more news? Tune in to CIDI 99.1 FM every Friday afternoon between 5 and 6 p.m. for the latest Townshippers’ Association news. Hosted by staff members Kate Wisdom and Kate Murray who will keep you informed about upcoming events, introduce you to local partners and share music from local artists.
Learn more and listen to archived shows by visiting www.cidifm.com
In addition to the other resources, Townshippers’ Association produces three regular news bulletins. These regular newsletters bring you information about activities, events and opportunities available to members of the English-speaking community.
Townshippers’ Association’s e-bulletin is a monthly newsletter, distributed by e-mail to members and partners of the Association. It includes information about upcoming events and activities in the Eastern Townships, as well as information about our cultural partners.
The Make Way for YOUth e-bulletin is designed specifically for post-secondary students and graduates, between the ages of 18 and 35, who wish to learn more about the opportunities available to them in the Eastern Townships. It includes information about interesting job opportunities available in the Estrie region and advertises upcoming cultural and social activities. For a young professional interested in learning more about the Estrie, the Accro des regions e-bulletin is a great tool!
To learn more about the Accro des regions e-bulletin, visit www.placeauxjeunes.qc.ca or contact our Make Way for Youth/Desjardins Migration Agent: 819-566-5717 (toll free: 1-866-566-5717) or email@example.com
Are you an artist? Our Arts Watch bulletin will keep you informed about interesting funding and training opportunities in all disciplines. Interested in receiving it? Its free, you just have to sign up here: Subscribe to our free Arts Watch newsletter!
Our websites offer a wealth of information about Townshippers’ Association and its initiatives. From purchasing music or books by Townships’ artists to finding a new career or training opportunity in the Eastern Townships, these online resources can help you find what you seek.
To find us in the social media world, search for ‘Townshippers’ Association’ on Facebook, Twitter or Youtube, or follow the links below: