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The Community Association of Georgeville (CAG) traces its roots to 1904, when funds were donated by a group of 26 villagers and summer residents to purchase and develop land for a park in the village. These holdings expanded over the years to include a physical space for public meetings and functions. The current building and property, the Murray Memorial Centre, was granted to the CAG by the Murray family following its closure as a school building in 1960.


The CAG owns and maintains the Murray Memorial Centre and adjacent grounds, as well as the Village Green including the Cenotaph, gazebo, tennis court, playground equipment and basketball court, ensuring our village remains beautiful and accessible to all.


The Community Association of Georgeville seeks to maintain and improve the cultural vibrancy of the Community of Georgeville while it strives to be a village of vitality in the Eastern Townships.

We aim to foster a welcoming, safe, and inclusive community that honours the history of the Village and preserves key assets and traditions for the benefit of current and future generations.


The Association is a non-profit organization, governed by Part III of the Quebec Companies Act, that exists for the benefit of the Community of Georgeville and the recreational, cultural and general well-being of the Community.

Our purpose is to ensure that our village remains a vibrant, cherished community for residents, both year-round and summer, by hosting social events, camps and celebrations that bring us together; maintaining the buildings and lands which we own at the heart of our village; and promoting the businesses and organizations that enhance village life.

Our Values

In fulfilling our mission and achieving our vision, the CAG will strive to value accountability, inclusiveness, sustainability, cooperation, and neighborliness in all our actions.


Important publications with regards to our activities or the community can be accessed here.

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