Skip to content

Community

Rotary Club of Sarnia “Murder Mystery” event raises $40,000 for affordable and supportive housing

Rotary Club of Sarnia “Murder Mystery” event raises $40,000 for affordable and supportive housing

The Rotary Club of Sarnia’s first annual murder mystery event, held recently at DeGroot’s Nursery, helped bring new affordable and supportive housing in Sarnia closer to reality, raising a total of $40,000.
Chief Bryan VanGaver recognized by IODE

Chief Bryan VanGaver recognized by IODE

Organizers of inaugural Tamara's Trees of Hope say event was huge success

Organizers of inaugural Tamara's Trees of Hope say event was huge success

The Sarnia Journal Trivia Challenge

The Sarnia Journal Trivia Challenge

1 – After being hit by two earthquakes in recent months, what Sarnia-Lambton community might become known as “the earthquake capital of Ontario”? 2 – In what decade did the Newmarket Royals move to Sarnia to become the Sarnia
St. Joseph Catholic Women’s League supports Hospice

St. Joseph Catholic Women’s League supports Hospice

During the Advent season, the St. Joseph Church Catholic Women’s League Sarnia provided an opportunity for parishioners to remember their loved ones with an ornament placed on the Angel Memorial Tree.
Sikh youth deliver acts of kindness across Sarnia-Lambton

Sikh youth deliver acts of kindness across Sarnia-Lambton

Members of the Sikh Youth Club (SYC) have been delivering free food throughout the month of December — to hospital staff in Sarnia and Petrolia, to the Inn of the Good Shepherd, and to local first responders — in memory of revered Sikhs.
Local business helps fill Noelle’s Gift Closets

Local business helps fill Noelle’s Gift Closets

A local costume and accessories business has stepped up to help fill Noelle’s Gift Closets at schools across the Lambton Kent District School Board this holiday season, donating$1,200 worth of necessities.
United Way almost at $1.4M campaign goal

United Way almost at $1.4M campaign goal

Another successful year for Lambton Literacy’s Give-a-Book campaign

Another successful year for Lambton Literacy’s Give-a-Book campaign

Lambton Literacy’s holiday Give-a-Book campaign finished strong with with 3,786 new books delivered this year.
The Inn's Adopt-a-Family helpers hard at work

The Inn's Adopt-a-Family helpers hard at work

Volunteers and donors are hard at work all this week at The Inn of the Good Shepherd to ensure 1,200 local children have toys under the tree Christmas morning.