Make a way for youth in Renk’Art

Make a way for youth in Renk’Art

Continuity ensured at Renk’Art, Camille will soon take control of the beer tap facility. (©Echo Ancenis)

Says it loud and clear my last day open will be friday 30th september “. It is in the 60s Marc Goizet retires after 30 years of good and loyal service in a cafe that borders the church square in Maumusson, called Renk’Art.

Marc came to this business in June 1992. The cafe was called then sports cafe, a title that suited the head of the business well as he was also the youth coach of the Maumusson football club and the Belligné senior team. It’s only since decades that coffee took a name Renk’Art.

No more sports training, drinks sales, press and French games. ” Now I will take care of pulling the cork (cochonnet) at the pétanque, I pulled a few corks at the counter ” he says and adds: I will spend some more time with my grandson Ilan “. No more Marc, sitting in his place facing the door, immersed in reading the sports press. But then who?

Camille ensures continuity

Maumussonnaise Camille Lecugyin 23 years will move into the premises on Monday, November 7. She worked in a supermarket in Varades and one day when she accompanied her father to the lottery in Renk’Art, Marc told her: you just have to take it, bistro “.

The project matured and the deal was made. This approach is part of the common consideration of maintaining business in the village. and the cafe is a meeting place who creates social bonds.

There’s no shortage of projects, Camille.

“First I will get my bearings before the end of the year, then I plan to work with Maumusson’s peasant pizza maker Dorian at Chez Dodo, who will come and take orders for those who want to enjoy the pizza. . Why not theme nights. »

Camille Lecugy

The last word goes to Marc, who thanked his clients and introduced Camille,

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. “ I invite you to the thatched hut of the Fontaine aux blackbirds pond for a drink of friendship on Saturday, October 1 at 12 noon. Feel free to share this information around you. »

Practical: open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and on Sunday mornings from 6:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Closed on Wednesdays.

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