Posts Tagged ‘Lambton College’

Sport & Recreation Summit to explore funding possibilities for the area

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  Once again the City of Sarnia, Lambton College and Tourism Sarnia Lambton are hosting a Sport & Recreation Summit on November 17 at 8:30 a.m. at the Lambton College INN Conference Centre, 1485 London Line, Sarnia. Representatives from all sports and recreation organizations are invited to attend. This year’s Sport Summit topics will include […]

Lambton Lion mascot naming contest open for voting

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  Proof of his popularity on campus and in and around the Sarnia-Lambton community, the Lambton Lion mascot naming contest received more than 115 name suggestions over the past week via email, Facebook and Twitter for Lambton College’s own king of the jungle. A Lambton College selection committee was organized to collect name submissions from […]

Lambton Lions kick off the season at home with one win and one loss


The Lambton College men's basketball team hosted  Sault College last Saturday (November 3) in their OCAA home opener. Coaches, players and fans alike were all nervously excited to start off the season. The men took the court and built up a good lead that would result in a close win 64-59. The next day (Sunday […]

Lambton College and University of Windsor continue collaboration on degree program for teachers

Lambton College and the University of Windsor are pleased to offer the fourth cohort of spaces into the province’s first and only Bachelor of Education degree and Early Childhood Education diploma joint partnership offered solely in Sarnia, Ontario. The province’s full-day early learning initiative for four and five-year-olds will continue the phase-in this fall, with a plan […]

Loving her job with kids, Lambton College student sees bright future

Loving her job with kids, Lambton College student sees bright future

There’s that gotcha moment that always brings a smile to Jaylene Poirier’s face. She wades in a pool, helping six-year-old Brody Long with his letter recognition. As a volunteer for Pathways Health Centre for Children’s Handwriting Without Tears program, Jaylene works in the pool with Brody for up to an hour each week to draw […]

Lambton College culinary fundraiser set for this Saturday


  Wine and spirit connoisseurs and beer enthusiasts will get to experience products from local wineries, breweries and distillers paired with creative culinary creations from the Lambton College Hospitality and Tourism Management, Cook Apprenticeship and Culinary Management students on Saturday, October 20 from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.  This signature event “Corks, Caps & Cuisine […]

Job-focused three-year degrees part of Lambton College plan for future


  Included in priorities submitted to the province recently as part of its strategic priorities are the planned offering of job-focused three-year degrees, says the president of Lambton College. The degrees are intended to assist in the preparation of students for the knowledge economy, says Judith Morris, CEO. The priorities outlined by the college include […]

New photographer open for business


  It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words. But what about the person behind the camera? Are they as creative and imaginative as their photos?  In the case of starter photographer Helen Bagley, this statement is correct. She is as vibrant and unique as her photos.  Helen always loved taking pictures […]

Circles program has life-changing effect on local single mother

Circles program has life-changing effect on local single mother

Crystal Fach has come full circle. The 32-year-old single mother of two knows what it is like to live in poverty, struggle with self-esteem and other socio-economic issues. Three years ago Crystal became involved with Lambton County’s Circles program, a unique anti-poverty initiative in Sarnia-Lambton. The first program of its kind in Canada, it uses […]

Lambton College player voted to national prominence

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Lambton College varsity men’s basketball player Shawn Hill made headlines last week on the national basketball scene. The first year student from Brantford, Ontario was voted the Freshman that will make the biggest impact this season in Canadian College (CCAA) basketball via national scouting and news service North Pole Hoops. Hill is a graduate of […]