It is with deeply saddened hearts that we announce the unexpected passing of Robert “Bob” Arnold Kerwin on Wednesday, February 28, 2018, at Bluewater Health at age 79.
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“Heaven has gained and Angel” With heavy hearts we announce the passing of Patrick “Pat” Hagan of Corunna on Wednesday February 14, 2018 in his 69th year.
Having watched writer director Aaron Huggett and his homegrown film crew work against the unforgiving clock on the streets of Lambton county last year to shoot this film, it was a pleasure to see the finished 23 minute release at a recent press screening hosted by Huggett at The Rock Church in Sarnia.
As cast and crew enter the dying minutes of the final period of rehearsals of their upcoming performance of Shorthanded which opens Imperial Theatre’s 89th season on October 23 and runs until October 31, there’s a growing feeling that theatrical victory is now well within their grasp.
Labour Day Weekend heralded the third annual Festival Of Good Things at the Sarnia Bay Marina, this time with added rainbows.
In a windowless room above the Imperial Theatre, a director, eight actors and a full bench of support staff met last week to begin the lengthy process of taking the words and directions of Ontario playwright Michael Grant and turning them into a witty and poignant production about lost dreams, friendship, second chances and hockey.
An inaugural 5K Run/Walk for Mental Awareness in Memory of Kailee is being organized by both Sereena Nhmabin, Kailee’s best friend, and Kailee’s mother, Terri Kavanaugh.
As the shadows lengthened across the warm grass of Canatara Park’s central field, over 450 cars chugged, growled and puttered in to form row upon row of memories.
On a weekend that saw the weather swing from blazing heat to torrential downpours and back again, the fire crews taking part in Point Edward’s Scott FireFit Challenge had to draw upon all their intensive training and physical conditioning to overcome both the obstacles and the elements.
In the searing summer heat of Bridge Bash weekend in Point Edward, (not forgetting the Firefit competition too) is there a better way to get out of the unrelenting sun than to take the daring plunge into the cooling waters of St.