The 1st Camlachie Girl Guides were in Bright’s Grove on April 24 painting catchbasin curbs with YellowFish emblems, a Trout Unlimited initiative that reminds Canadians about their responsibility to reduce stormwater pollution, one of the largest sources of freshwater pollution. From left are Rachel Suglio, Felicia Tescone and Ava Fazio. Twelve girls and four leaders… Read more »
What’s Happening events must be open to the public, of general public interest, 60 words or less, and received at least two weeks prior to the event. Please include ticket prices, if any, and where to obtain more information. Email notices to email@example.com. Wednesday, April 23 Kidney donation Renal transplant staff from London Health Science… Read more »
There’s a perception in Sarnia that our city doesn’t have enough good jobs to keep and attract young adults. Joe Paquette and Donald Traxler blow that myth right out of the water. Both are chefs at The Watermark Village Bistro in Point Edward, and both left Sarnia only to return to their hometown and quickly… Read more »
About 115 volunteers were recognized for their contribution to local organizations at a reception in downtown Sarnia on April 9 during National Volunteer Week. Two of them were Wes Kershaw and Phyllis Smith, at centre, who together have a combined 30 years of volunteering at the Inn of the Good Shepherd. With them are Samantha… Read more »
Bluewater Health volunteers, from left, Henny Drope, Stephanie Brouwers, Pat Davis, Doris Braekeveh, John Fraser, and Owen Byers, along with Manager, Volunteer Services Jody McGregor (third from left) were honoured at a recent volunteer appreciation event.
Needless change to insurance agent testing Sir: I’m proud to sell life insurance. I am proud to meet the high standards set in Ontario. I am proud to help families in my community obtain the protection they need. However, our regulator is going to replace our made-for-Ontario qualifications with new testing designed in Quebec…. Read more »
What’s Happening events must be open to the public, of general public interest, 60 words or less, and received at least two weeks prior to the event. Please include ticket prices, if any, and where to obtain more information. Email notices to firstname.lastname@example.org. Wednesday, April 9 Fashion Show The arrival of spring brings a fashion… Read more »
The Sarnia-based Grant family has been taking clothing, medical supplies and toiletries to various countries in the Caribbean and Central America for many years. Most recently they visited families in Costa Rica and made donations to school children. Pictured here are young residents of Martina Bustos, who received shoes and other donations from the family.
The Dofasco Male Choir will perform in Sarnia on April 27. The famed 50-member choir, which has performed at the Grey Cup, CNE and World Curling Championship, will appear in the 800-seat sanctuary of Central United Church, starting at 7:30 p.m. The event is a partnership of four local churches, with after-cost proceeds donated to… Read more »
The IODE has presented Sarnia Fire Rescue Services with its Community Relations Award. Presenting the award here is IODE Sarnia-Lambton municipal chapter citizenship officer Leila Boushy, with, from left, firefighter Jim Rose, Capt. Duane Carr and Fire Chief John Kingyens. Submitted Photo