Juliana L'Heureux - Author
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Marylander from Baltimore, Juliana L'Heureux, née Jubinsky,
moved to Southern Maine several decades ago and settled in the Portland
area. Starting in 1988, the Portland Press Herald in Portland,
Maine has published her stories about Maine's Franco-American population.
Her column appears every Thursday.
She also writes for Le Forum, a newspaper for the The Franco-American
Centre on the Orono campus of the University of Maine. And even more
recently, she has started to write a monthly column for the Lewiston
Sun Journal. She was also a regular on the online magazine of Norm
Leveillée, Roots - Racines - Késsinnimek which
unfortunately is no longet published. To view some of these writings,
Juliana is married to Richard L'Heureux, a Franco-American and a cousin
of Jacques L'Heureux, the webmaster.
Juliana is also the moderator of the Friends-L
discussion list where she and e-friends exchange ideas and information
about history, art (including culinary art), culture, religion and comments
on signs of the times. To join the list, click on the above link.
More recently, Juliana has started a blog
to share with you articles, short stories, recipes, ...
In real life, Juliana is the new executive director of the Maine Association
of Mental Health Services (MAMHS), in Augusta. Check out the recent
Release on the David
Crews blog about Dundalk, Juliana's native town near Baltimore,
This site receives over 700 unique visitors/month
2003-2009 - Juliana L'Heureux and HappyWebCreations
October 16, 2017