Two significant contributions to the success of this year’s Operation Christmas Tree, an initiative of the Optimist Club of Moore, have helped to ensure ongoing success, say organizers.
Monthly Archives: December 2019
A group of local organizations, including the Rotaract Cub of Sarnia Lambton, Lambton Elderly Outreach, and Age-Friendly Sarnia have organized the inaugural year for an Adopt-A-Driveway program in the community.
The Inn of the Good Shepherd, through one of its annual initiatives, is appealing to the community to consider participating in this year’s “Adopt a Family Program.”
As part of an Ontario Tourism Innovation Lab Sarnia-Lambton initiative, members of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce are invited to submit their best new tourism idea for a chance to receive mentorships and grants related to helping make the winning idea a reality.
The name MNP may be new to Sarnia, but the people behind the Sarnia office have a wealth of history in the area, thanks to the merging of the public accounting practice of Joanne L.
It is with severely broken hearts that the family announces the sudden passing of Thomas “Nardo” Roy Bernard on Thursday, December 12, 2019, at the age of 62.
Officials with NOVA Chemicals, which almost two years ago announced a $2.2
One of Sarnia-Lambton’s longstanding seasonal traditions—the Celebration of Lights—began this year’s display with at least one instance of senseless vandalism (are there any other kinds?).
Culture is the most important aspect of a company and is the very foundation of the organization itself.
A few years ago, the congregation at Lighthouse Community Church, meeting on Saturday evenings and Sunday mornings at Parker Street and Nelson, would see its attendance drop significantly on the Saturday of the Kinsmen Santa Claus Parade.