It would be hard to imagine any charitable organization in Sarnia-Lambton that has more of an impact on the overall quality of residents who rely on the services underscoring the mission of the Inn of the Good Shepherd, founded in 1981 by a group of people connected with St.
For quite a number of years now, an email would go out from the “Dean” of the Awesome Foundation, inviting members of the media to attend a “pitch party” that would take place, the winner to receive a grant of $1,000 for their idea.
It’s been a half year now since Marty Raaymakers sold MIG Engineering (now owned by Devin Johnson) but that doesn’t mean he’s without things to do.
Various staff members from the Federal Bridge Corporation working at the Blue Water Bridge in Point Edward were at the Good Shepherd Lodge, which is part of the inn of the Good Shepherd, for an opportunity to pitch in and connect with the community on Tuesday.
Over 450 Student Nutrition Program volunteers, who provide healthy food to students every school day, were recognized this weekj by the Ontario Student Nutrition Program-Lambton (OSNP-Lambton).
Dozens of runners and walkers in various age categories and levels of skill will be taking part in this Sunday’s 42nd annual YMCA-CHOK International Bridge Race 10K Run.
Each year about 2,000 people enjoy the Sarnia Seniors Cruise, an event that officials from Lambton Elderly Outreach stepped up last year when the event was in danger of being cancelled.
St. Joseph’s Hospice is very excited to be celebrating its 10th Anniversary of Residential Care in Sarnia Lambton.
Change is in the air for Sarnia-Lambton Rebound, the local organization whose mission continues to be a caring partner in the successful development of youth in the area.
Jenny Greensmith, the long-serving executive director of Pathways Health Centre for Children, has announced her retirement from the organization later this year.