The United Way campaign has now exceeded 76% of the $2,000,000 goal.
Every Thanksgiving, most Canadians have some sort of family tradition that involves sitting down, sharing memories and expressing gratitude for the blessings they have experienced in the last 12 months.
We have reached the 80% level of our $2M goal with $400,000 to go.
- Chamber’s group targeting airport revitalization continues its work
- County announces cultural projects being funded for 2019
- Bringing quality home
- Sixth annual ‘Cop Shop’ event takes place at Lambton Mall
- Born into family with sports in its veins, Jeff Perry remains connected to hockey
- This year’s United Way campaign now at 80% of goal
Improving and revitalizing the Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport, which is owned by the City of Sarnia, is one of the chief priorities of a group organized by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce.
Lambton Mall and the Sarnia Police Service joined forces again for the 6th Annual Cop Shop event that kicked off Wednesday morning.
Not so long ago, we did a podcast interview with John DeGroot who now owns the family business started by his father.
It was mid-2014 when members of the senior management team at Bluewater Power first began scoping out the creation of a homegrown internet service business, part of what has become the “group of companies” strategic direction that not only adds value for the municipally owned enterprise but positioned Sarnia-Lambton for future growth.
The United Way campaign jumped by 10% from last week to this week as the Shell Canada employee campaign has reported their campaign totals.
There may have been a time in your life when you thought you could do anything.
Area audiences will experience a joyful start to the holiday season when the International Symphony Orchestra presents their traditional Festive Celebration, “Christmas Moods & Magic.” The gala events will take place Friday, November 30th, 7:30 p.m.
Kenn Poore is nothing if not persistent. The commercial real estate broker who came to Sarnia as a favour to his brother Richard, one of the people who wanted to restore the former Capitol Theatre into a showcase of live entertainment, was part of a development group that as early as 2013 was looking at the Sarnia General Hospital as an opportunity to better the city he’d come to love.
At a time when many small-town churches are permanently closing their doors, Huron Shores United Church in Grand Bend has re-opened theirs.
As originally announced in June 2018 and after more than a year of intentionally working toward unification, the YMCAs across Southwestern Ontario and the YMCA of Western Ontario have become officially one legal organization under the banner, YMCA of Southwestern Ontario.
Each and every year at this time, representatives of the Salvation Army are getting ready to set up their “Christmas Kettles” at strategic locations throughout the area.
An estimated 270 lives will be lost across Canada this holiday season and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) is determined to remind people who pass by the entrance to Wal-Mart, adjacent to Temple Baptist Church on Quinn Drive, of that fact.
Thanks to a $28,000 donation from Noelle’s Gift, 40 schools that provide a Student Nutrition Program in Lambton County will be able to purchase healthy food to feed more than 8,100 students every school day.
For Brian Maxfield, a self-described “Forest boy,” the joys of life are at least in part made possible through a habit of his: looking for problems that have not yet been solved—then finding ways to correct those problems.
Sarnia Police are once again teaming up with the Inn of the Good Shepherd for the upcoming Christmas holiday season in hopes of making sure the Inn has enough food to provide for those in need this time of year.
The Tall Ships are returning to Sarnia-Lambton next year and news that the Bluenose II will be part of the excitement has been announced by Tourism Sarnia-Lambton.
We have now reached $1,144,000 of the $2,000,000 goal. TransAlta and WorleyParsons kicked off this week, and a number of other events are taking place this week will help keep our momentum going.