Posts Tagged ‘lambton county’

Lambton residents to benefit from ’211′ service

Lambton County residents seeking information during a major emergency will now have an additional resource at their disposal. The County of Lambton has partnered with 211 Ontario for that agency to answer telephone calls from residents seeking answers to urgent questions. 211 Ontario operates 24 hours a day, every day of the year, providing service [...]

United Way campaign now more than 80% of this year’s goal

By DAVE BROWN Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton Thanks to the outstanding efforts at Enbridge Pipelines, TransAlta, and others, we have now surpassed the 80% level of the campaign. In fact, we are sitting at about 82% of the $1.87 Million target which represents $1,530,000 to date. At this stage in the campaign, our [...]

Police in Point Edward to offer useful information to seniors this Wednesday evening

The Lambton OPP has teamed up with the Point Edward Police Services Board to provide a free community information session for older adults on Wednesday, November 13, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the Point Edward Community Hall located at 210 Monk Street in the Village of Point Edward. Ontario’s senior population is growing at a rapid rate [...]

Lambton County’s flu clinics are now running

Flu shot clinics offered at Lambton’s Community Health Services Department located at 160 Exmouth St., Point Edward will run Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Drop by and access the walk-in clinic with no appointment required. This community service will be available until December 13, 2013. [...]

Local teacher named Warden’s Citizen of Month for October

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A long-time teacher, coach and volunteer in the local sporting community is being recognized as the Warden’s Citizen of the Month for October 2013.  Cathy Johnson, an Enniskillen Township resident and Physical Education Teacher and Department Head at North Lambton Secondary School (NLSS), was presented with a plaque at NLSS Monday evening. Johnson has coached [...]

Car inside attached garage blamed for Corunna fire

A fire in the 300 block of Colborne Street, Corunna, is said to have originated in a garage attached to a home that suffered extensive damage along with an adjacent property. St. Clair Township Fire responded to the blaze, thought to have been sparked by a car in the garage, around 8:30 Friday morning. Officials [...]

THE SHOW: Indie music, Sunday Wilde, Sarnia Events, The Chive hits The Stubborn Mule (Episode 102)

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  This week We catch up with Canadian Blues performer “Sunday Wilde”. Sunday talks to us about her latest music and also shares some of her personal side that inspires her music. www.sundaywilde.com MARKURS announces a full length album for 2014 – www.markurmusic.com The first Unofficial “CHIVE” party in Sarnia comes to The Stubborn Mule [...]

Busy start to United Way season—a very good thing, says Executive Director

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By DAVE BROWN Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton This has been the busiest September I can remember.  Don’t get me wrong….I am not complaining; it is all very good. A number of employee campaigns are well ahead of usual due to shut downs and campaign strategies.  In addition, we are pleased to be doing [...]

THE SHOW: Jazz & Blues in the Village, Mens Night Out, Battle of the Bands, Alyeus, (Episode 99)

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  This week! A busy week starting of at the 10th annual Jazz & Blues in the Village held at the Kiwanis centre in Sarnia, Footage includes “Guido Basso” Next on to Cheeky Monkey for an in-store performance by “Graydon James & The Young Novelists! Mens Night Out has its first year raising money for [...]

County seeking information on Grand Bend dog that bit elderly woman

The County of Lambton Community Health Services Department is seeking the owner of a dog that bit an 85-year-old woman on Friday, September 6 at approximately 5:00 p.m. on Gill Road in Grand Bend. The bite victim was walking with a walker on the sidewalk when the dog came up from behind her and bit [...]