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Growing up on Lakeview in Beaurepaire

Speaker: Jacqueline Lamoureux
When: Thursday, May 16, 2024, 19:30 à 21:00
Where: Centennial Hall,
       288, Beaconsfield Blvd, Beaconsfield, H9W 4A4
Lecture in English, followed by a bilingual question period

The members of the board of directors have decided to waive the entry fees for this special evening.

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At our Thursday May 16, 2024 meeting, Jacqueline Lamoureux will share her family’s souvenirs of “Growing up on Lakeview in Beaurepaire”. After her presentation, the attendees who have grown up in Beaurepaire will be invited to share their family’s souvenirs of that era.
If you have pictures that you would like to share during this special evening, you could send them in advance in jpeg format by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before Mai 9, 2024 so we could include them in a Power Point to put them up at the appropriate time.
We invite everyone to discover Beaurepaire through the souvenirs of those who grew up in that area.

Jacqueline Lamoureux was born and raised in Beaurepaire. Jacqueline’s grandparents bought Farm 4 in the 1910s and developed what would become Lakeview Boulevard. Jacqueline’s father, Edouard Lamoureux, was the third secretary-treasurer of Beaconsfield starting in 1929. Through the years he also cumulated different positions including Chief of Police and Fire Chief. In 1952 he became the first City Manager, which position he occupied until his retirement in 1955.