Safe Communities donates funds from ‘Mental Health Breakfast’

Women's Interval Home and Circles Lambton each receive $450 from organization

Pictured from left: Mark Roehler of Safe Communities Sarnia-Lambton; Dante Cateni Safe Communities Sarnia-Lambton; Marie Angus of Women's Interval Home; and Rob Janoska Safe Communities Sarnia-Lambton.

Safe Communities Sarnia-Lambton, a local offshoot of a national organization dedicated to reducing preventable injuries, has presented money raised through its Good Morning Sarnia “A Mental Health Breakfast” event that took place on Tuesday October 25, 2016.

Two organizations—the Women’s Interval Home and Circles Lambton—both received $450 from Safe Communities Sarnia-Lambton.

Mark Roehler Safe Communities Sarnia-Lambton; Rob Janoska SCSL; Megan O’Neil-Renaud of Circles Lambton; and Dante Cateni SCSL

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