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Fonds Club Radio Frontière Coaticook
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- 2 cm of textual records
- 136 photographs: col.
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The Club Radio Frontière Coaticook was founded in February 1977 in by Henri Fecteau, George Longmoore, Michel Fournier, Pierre Laberge, Raymond Isabelle, and Jacques Philibert. The aims of the Club were to promote and develop CB radio communication in Coaticook and the surrounding region, to encourage the use and integration of CB radios among the population, and to offer services to members to increase their knowledge of telecommunications. The Club logo was designed by Louise Lacasse of Lennoxville, which was chosen following a design contest. The Club pursued its objectives through a variety of activities, such as “coffee breaks” which brought together CB radio users from other towns, as well as fishing tournaments, Halloween parties, and Santa Clause days. The Club was also active in fundraising endeavours.
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Fonds illustrates the activities of the Club Radio Frontière Coaticook from 1977 to 1986. It consists of a letters patent, a history of the club, activity programmes and photographs, a meeting agenda, versions of the logo, newspaper clippings, and membership cards. The fonds is composed of the following files: History and constituent documents, Meetings, Activities, and Ephemera.
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Three photographs and one textual record have bonded to photograph album pages.
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