Chantecler BBQ Rotisserie
Restaurant located in Brompton. Delivery, take out, dining room. Opens at 11:00 AM
Réseau FADOQ has been fully dedicated to improving quality of life for people age 50 and over for nearly half a century. It continues this tradition by reducing loneliness among seniors, promoting active aging, offering discounts, and exerting ever-increasing influence on decision makers.
Conseil régional de l’âge d’or de Sherbrooke is founded at 75 rue Chartier, Sherbrooke with Marguerite Laramée chairing the interim board of directors.
The organization’s name is changed to Conseil régional de l’âge d’or de l’estrie.
The organization’s name is changed to FADOQ – Région Estrie.
The Humanitas-Estrie Award is presented for the first time (retired in 1985).
Estrie is divided into six sectors.
The first regional games are held, featuring duckpin bowling, pool, shuffleboard, 500, and a bean bag toss.
First seniors expo held at Carrefour de l’Estrie.
FADOQ – Région Estrie develops the VIACTIVE program, now known as KINO-OR.
Estrie hosts Quebec’s first seniors games.
First “Mass of Gratitude” held in Beauvoir.
An eighth sector, Monts et Vallées, is created.
2001 The regional network’s first website goes online.
2003 Sherbrooke splits into two sectors, east and west.
The federation moves to a new office at 102-288 rue Marquette, Sherbrooke.
The first Jacqueline-Myre Award for exceptional contribution to quality of life for people age 50 and over is presented.
1973 Marguerite Laramée
1975 Germaine Lacroix
1977 Cécile Pronovost
1980 Dionis Damphousse
1981 Bruno Pigeon
1987 Yvonne Landreville
1988 Jacqueline Myre
2004 Pierre Ouellet
2006 Jacques Demers
2012 André Hamel
2012 Réjean Audet
2016 Paul Legault
2014 Jacqueline Myre Award presented posthumously to her son Pierre
2015 Yolande Berger
2016 Carmen Bolduc Lessard
2017 Roland Monfette
2018 Gérard Tardif