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LSSAA Scoreboard, Wednesday, May 21, 2014

JUNIOR GIRLS RUGBY St. Clair 19 (Ashley Moore – 2 tries Jen Piggot – 1 try 2 converts), SCITS 15 (Makayla Apter – 2 tries Cora Shortt – 1 try)

Skateboarder killed by vehicle to be remembered this Sunday


Friends of the late Devin Hughes, a young man who was killed in a tragic accident while skateboarding earlier this month, are holding a memorial skate/bike/walk event this Sunday, May 24. Julie Burrows is one of the organizers of the event, which starts at 5:30 pm. from the Harry Turnbull Skate Park (Maxwell/Elgin) and there [...]

Election season heating up with first of several all-candidates meetings

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Four candidates vying for the position of Sarnia-Lambton Member of Provincial Parliament gave it their best shot on Tuesday at an all-candidates meeting at the Sarnia Golf and Curling Club. Candidates participating in the two-hour lunch event included incumbent Bob Bailey (Progressive Conservative), along with Ann Marie Gillis of the Liberal Party, Kevin Shaw of [...]

Lambton College students immerse themselves in culture of Haiti with field trip

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A group of nine Lambton College students are eager to share their stories with the Sarnia-Lambton community following a recent international field study that took them to Haiti. The week-long learning experience was part of a new social justice course, offered in fall 2013, that focuses on international community development and capacity building. Taught by [...]

Tickets for local Communities in Bloom Garden Tour go on sale soon


Several nurseries and garden centres will be selling tickets for the Nature’s Reflection Sarnia Communities in Bloom Garden Tour, which takes place on Sunday, June 29. Tickets for the event go on sale June 3 and are $12 per person, by cash and cheque only. The Garden Tour will feature eight gardens, among them shaded, [...]

Easter Bunny makes a stop to share with Trillium Villa seniors

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By LISA BAILEY Residents of Trillium Villa were doing double takes on Easter Sunday for there, outside their windows, was the Easter Bunny. “It was a good surprise, and they loved it,” life enrichment worker Laura Eydt says, adding the shocked looks on their faces quickly melted into smiles, followed by laughter and waves. The [...]

LSSAA Scoreboard, Tuesday, May 20, 2014

SENIOR BOYS RUGBY SCITS 12 (Tries: Colton Osborne (2) Convert: Alec Segers), St. Clair 5 SENIOR GIRLS SOCCER St. Pat’s 2, St. Clair 1 Northern 6 (Goals:Shae-Lynn van Gassen(4), Zena Abdulwahab(2), Katrina Barnard, Melissa Bennett), NLSS 1 (Goal:Sarah O’Hagan) SENIOR BOYS SOCCER St. Pat’s 5, NLSS 0 BOYS BASEBALL LCCVI 6, NLSS 5 Northern 15, [...]

‘Peter Pan’ flying into Sarnia’s Imperial Theatre


A three-day run of “Peter Pan,” the beloved children’s classic by J.M. Barrie, will begin Thursday evening and running through Saturday. Evening performances are at 7:30 p.m. with a Saturday 2:30 p.m. matinee also scheduled. Enjoying the enchanted world of Never Never Land as our heroes battle Captain Hook. You’ll re-live childhood dreams and of course [...]

Local network of churches holding much-needed bed drive

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NeighbourLink Sarnia-Lambton, a non-profit association of churches dedicated to helping those in need, is reaching out to the community in order to help meet one of its greatest needs. “Beds are one of our most asked-for items,” said Dianne Holdaway, who as a volunteer serves as the local organization’s associate director. With that in mind, [...]

LSSAA Scoreboard, Friday, May 16, 2014

SENIOR BOYS RUGBY St. Clair 21, St. Pat’s 0 SENIOR BOYS SOCCER St. Pat’s 4, NLSS 3