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"Sing for a Child" Karaoke night was the brain child of a group of Lambton College students who want to make a difference to children half a world away. Sing for a Child’s goal is to raise funds for SIFE Lambton, Students in Free Enterprise to send school supplies to children in Chona, Zambia. [...]
The Moore Optimist Club is heading into their 31st year of Operation Christmas Tree, a holiday food and toy collection program for local less fortunate families. On Saturday, December 8, the Optimists, in partnership with the Corunna OPP Detachment, will host a goods drive-through, inviting the community to drop off new toys, food or [...]
As expected (and predicted earlier today by Executive Director Dave Brown), the United Way of Sarnia-Lambton has reached 80% of its $1.85 million goal with donations from Shell Canada. “We still have a long way to go to reach our objective this year, but are very pleased with the results we received from Shell [...]
The Optimist Club of Moore has donated $5,000 towards a new Safety Village in the area. Club President Mary Lou Abrams, left, is pictured presenting the cheque to Mary Ann Buntrock of the Lambton Safety Village Committee.
By DAVE BROWN Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton has reached the 70% level of the campaign this morning and expects a boost later today. Shell Canada employees will announce their final campaign numbers later this afternoon and it is expected that the United Way will reach the 80% [...]
LambtonShield.com contributor Bonnie Stevenson send along this picture of Petrolia town crier Les Whiting doing what she described as a "terrifically entertaining 'cry' about Steve Arnold's term as Warden of Lambton County " By all accounts, Arnold enjoyed the experience, as did his children and two of his grandchildren who were at the head table [...]
Lambton OPP say they are investigating a break, enter and theft from a business in the 2000 block of Courtright Line in Brigden sometime between 2 p.m. on Nov. 17 and 7 a.m. on Nov. 18. A lock on a fenced area was broken. Missing are numerous used vehicle batteries and catalytic converters with [...]
Lambton OPP say an 8 p.m. traffic stop on Friday (Nov. 16) resulted in a 31-year-old Petrolia man being charged with being over the legal limit. The driver, who was stopped on Oil Heritage Road in Whyoming, will appear in a Sarnia court on Dec. 10 to answer to the charges.
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership is promoting the benefits of Lambton County this week in Chicago at the 2012 Private Label Manufacturers Association (PLMA) Private Label Trade Show. The event is America’s largest private label tradeshow, with this year's show presenting more than 2,000 exhibitors representing more than 35 countries, all seeking to expand their share of the large global [...]
Lambton OPP say they made a traffic stop on St. Clair Parkway in the area of Curran Avenue Saturday night (Nov. 10), subsequently charging a 54-year-old Sarnia man with driving over the legal limit. The man will appear in a Sarnia court to speak to the charges, including driving a motor vehicle with an open [...]