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Lambton high school tennis tournament results

Journal Staff Jaxon Bore of Northern Collegiate and Anna Esztegar of Saint-François-Xavier won the boys’ and girls’ singles titles at the LKSSAA north division high school tennis playdowns. Nicholas Skillas and Gibson Cook of St. Patrick’s took the boys’ doubles crown, while Tessa Jackson and Ella Jackson of LCCVI won in girls’ doubles. The mixed… Read more »

Lambton Lions baseball team notches historic win

Journal Staff The Lambton Lions Men’s Baseball team earned its first ever win in Ontario Colleges Athletic Association (OCAA) action last recently, with an 8-7 victory over the Centennial Colts at Sarnia’s Errol Russell Park. Corunna’s Joe Stock pitched a complete game for the win, which included back-to-back two-run singles from Aaron Golab and Corunna’s Jake… Read more »

New exhibit brings to life history of local concert bands

Cathy Dobson When Sarnia’s Don Vander Klok set out to tell the stories behind the history of local concert bands he started with the players and their families. “The Sarnia Citizens’ Band had a lot of respected conductors over the years and Art Christmas was one of them,” said Vander Klok. “His son, Jeff, told… Read more »

The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – “D’oh” is the catchphrase of what TV character? 2 – The artwork of Laura Kreviazuk and Laura Manzano Arias is on display until October 23rd at what art gallery? 3 – What five-letter word is both a punctuation mark and a body part? 4 – Local teenagers Landen Hookey and Josh Hoover excel… Read more »

PPC’s Brian Everaert eyes run at provincial politics

Journal Staff The local Peoples’ Party of Canada (PPC) candidate in the federal election is gearing up for a run provincially. “Right now, there’s a bunch of things going on behind the scenes to get the party in motion,” Brian Everaert told his Facebook followers last week. “I have every intention of running in the… Read more »

City man spearheading rest area for hospital workers

Cathy Dobson Workers at Bluewater Health are the latest group to be honoured by a new project that aims to place a bench and a tree at every hospital in Canada. The One Bench, One Tree program is meant to provide a place for hospital staff to take time out from daily job stress, particularly… Read more »

Week of October 14

What’s happening events must be open to the public or virtual, of general interest, 60 words or less, and received at least two weeks prior to the event. Please include ticket prices, if any, and a phone number or website where readers can obtain more information. Email notices to info@thesarniajournal.ca THURSDAY, OCT. 14 Genealogy Penny… Read more »