Bob McCarthy, a retired local school teacher who taught at Alexander Mackenzie for many years, has spent a good deal of his retirement telling stories as an author.
Monthly Archives: October 2019
The online auction conducted by the Rotary Club of Sarnia, an event that this year will take place between Tuesday, November 12 and Sunday, November 17, is well on its way to being another success in support of the service club.
Every organization has its origins story and for Sarnia-Lambton Rebound, the date to remember is 1984, when three individuals—Barry Symington, Dee Cox and Terry Fitzgerald—took the initiative to create what was then called a “diversion” program, designed to help keep youth out of the justice system, a second chance if you will that would, the founders believed, would generate dividends for decades to come.
A “brand new” one-day business conference being organized by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is just a few weeks away—which means the time to secure tickets to Spark 2019 is NOW.
Many medical schools offer a “mini medical school” to provide the latest medical information to the public on various diseases/conditions.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce celebrated 16 winners, both from companies and individuals at the Imperial Theatre in downtown Sarnia, as part of its 30th-anniversary Outstanding Business Achievement Awards “We were delighted to celebrate along with our winners this year, which was our 30th Anniversary event,” said Chamber president and CEO Shirley de Silva.
Forget about expensive gadgets, fancy meals in high-priced restaurants, or even trips abroad.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce recently reached out to all registered candidates who are vying for the votes of electors in the Sarnia Lambton Electoral District.
The fact that Sarnia-Lambton has a “last-minute” mindset is legendary. But at some point, the risk of disappointment is bound to collide with procrastination and that day is almost certainly here.
Another great fall tradition for the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce and our partners with Backburn Radio is the October “Showcase” event taking place next Wednesday, October 16 at the expansive (and well-used) greenhouse at DeGroot’s Nurseries at 1840 London Line in Sarnia For several years now, Blackburn has hosted and organized this event—a great time for Chamber members and others to reconnect and discover what’s available in our community from a business standpoint.