Mr. Yves St-Denis accompanied by Ms. Ursula Kobel and Ms. Élaine Châteauvert. (Submitted photo).

CAMMAC receives donation from Deputy of Argenteuil

Lachute, January 16, 2017 — Mr. Yves St-Denis, deputy of Argenteuil, recently gave $1,500 to the musical centre CAMMAC in the name of Mr. Luc Fortin, Minister of Culture and Communications, as well as Minister responsible for the Protection and Promotion of the French language.

This one-time financial contribution comes from Mr. Fortin’s account dedicated to cultural initiatives. Therefore, the donation was mainly dedicated to the centre’s choir performance of Antonio Vivaldi’s Magnificat.

“Through its great reputation and musical expertise, the CAMMAC centre contributes to our region’s cultural growth and attracts numerous visitors. It is my great pleasure to support the centre financially in the pursuit of these endeavors and activities,” said Mr. St-Denis.

Every year, the Music Centre beckons participants from all over the world to spend time at its music camp in the Laurentians during the summer,  as well as offering a variety of stays during the year, to families, couples, and individuals of all ages. In CAMMAC’s enchanting surroundings, immerse yourself in the best of what nature and music have to offer.

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