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Anik Lemay is asking for public help to save his restaurant


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Anick Lemay made a special and kind request to his subscribers: he's raising funds to save his restaurant.

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On Instagram, the actress mentioned in her stories that she was seeking the public's help so that the restaurant Momzelle, which she opened with her sister Roxanne in Magog in 2014, does not have to close. and their mother Diane.

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In the commentary, Anick Lemay explains a small part of Mam'zelle's history, leading to this cry for help: The past few years have brought their share of problems for the place: the revitalization of the central city. Difficulties for traders, epidemics, shortage of workers and inflation.

Which is why Anik and his family are asking for a helping hand, just days before they are due to repay a $40,000 loan from the government.

Here is its full text:

“In 2014, we made a dream come true: we open our restaurant! As you can imagine, we put all our juice, hands and heart into it. With family. Because that is Mamzel: a family story. My sister Roxanne, my mother Diane and I, Anik. The first few years were rocky, but since 2018, our place has exploded! Good in the mouth, beautiful, warm! Say happy!

2019: The city of Magog “vacates” the city center. Disappointment for traders…

2020-21-22: Epidemic and loss of regiment… 🙁

2023: Labor shortage + inflation.

Next January 18th, we have to repay the 40 thousand given to us by the government. We don't have that. We were very young when it all started… we didn't have wool socks…

If we ask for 60K more, it will be to our suppliers and our employees, because Magog will be quiet in the winter… and above all, to make sure we pay our next boss a salary that lives up to the name.

Thanks for your help.

If you come eat with us, tell us “107” and we know you helped put us back on track :)”

If you feel that way, Donations can be made here.

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Stephan Terry
Stephan Terry
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