The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton will officially kick off their 2019 Campaign with the 26th Annual “Day of Caring” tomorrow, Tuesday, September 10.
She’s a Dragon; an engineer; a Venture Capitalist, and serial entrepreneur.
It’s a fall tradition for Sarnia’s Lighthouse Community Church, located at 152 Parker Street (at the corner of Nelson) and organizers are inviting their neighbours—near and far—for free popcorn, cotton candy, hot dogs, roast pork, baked beans and coleslaw.
Walk into any Little Caesars store in the Sarnia-Lambton area and look around.
Residents and team members at Landmark Village celebrated the Sarnia senior living community’s 10th anniversary Aug.
Lambton County Archives (LCA) will be hosting a year-long workshop series focusing on genealogical research and archival preservation.
While the career of Meghie Smids, daughter of Marie Marcy-Smids and Henry Smids, a security consultant, is obviously still in its early days, it’s not hard at all to see continued success for this young female engineer.
The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton is adopting a “needs target” of $1.9 million it hopes to raise for its 2019 campaign, a number it says reflects “appropriate funding” for the 36 programs and services the agency supports.
It’s not everyone who can effectively manage a fundraising program or put together an event designed to raise the profile of an organization, especially one that requires the sustainable funding if it is to provide services intended to raise the quality of life for members of our community.
Host and Gemini Award-winning actor/comedian Shaun Majumder will appear on stage at the Imperial Theatre next February 20, 2020, with tickets on sale now at ImperialTheatre.net.