The Mooretown Jr. Flags Bantam Rep hockey team raised over $200 for the United Way of Sarnia-Lambton at their final game of the regular season.
Monthly Archives: December 2019
Tickets for a one-night performance by Marianas Trench are now on sale through the Imperial Theatre box office.
Genaro Ramos of 2731 Sandfield Crescent in Brights Grove has won a top prize of $350 from Bluewater Power, as part of this season’s home decorating contest.
The history of business is full of stories, such as the time when Reid Hastings is said to have misplaced a copy of the movie Apollo 13, which according to one telling (there have been others), led to the founding of Netflix.
From our families to yours, may you experience the Joy that is Christmas and enjoy a Safe and Prosperous New Year in 2020!
Sarnia’s Youth HUB located at St Luke’s United Church has seen wonderful success since opening its doors in February 2017, supporting over 800 individual youth aged 16 – 24 who have attended the Hub more than 12,330 times.
What’s worse than getting Aunt Helen’s fruitcake for Christmas? Getting “the flu.”
Angela Kirkland has just arrived at Habitat for Humanity Sarnia/Lambton as the organization’s new Fund Development Manager.
It may have been short notice, but news that kindergarten students from Gregory A.
Perhaps predictably enough, having a conversation with the founders of Odd Duck Compression Socks, the Sarnia-based company that came on top at this year’s Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Business Achievement Awards, began with at least some of the classic quips that have become part of the firm’s “quacky” language.