Club Stories
Community Living Sarnia Lambton received $7,500 
for Summer Youth Adventure Camp - This exciting program offers a camp that is accessible to any child between
the ages of 4 and 18 with a developmental, intellectual, or physical disability through July and

Rotarian and member of the Rotary Club of Sarnia Maike Luiken is being inducted as a Canadian Academy of Engineering Fellow.

Luiken is an adjunct professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering. She is being recognized for her commitment to science and engineering, with technological solutions and education as enablers of long-term sustainability for the planet and people.

Previously, she was Dean of Technology and later Applied Research at Lambton College and President of IEEE Canada. Luiken has assumed leadership roles throughout her career and served on Boards of Directors. She has led 'new' initiatives, including the Bluewater Sustainability Initiative and the global IEEE Planet Positive 2030 Initiative.

The Canadian Academy of Engineering is the national institution through which individuals, who have made outstanding contributions to engineering in  Canada,  provide strategic advice on matters of critical importance to Canada and to Canadians. 

Pathways Health Centre for Children —$7,500 action grant towards Donor Relations and Special Events Lead
 Pathways seeks to improve access to services where language presents a barrier. With increasing diversity in the Sarnia-Lambton community, we recognize the need to develop capacity, access reliable translation services, and produce materials to support the delivery of safe, quality care to those for whom English is not the primary language spoken in the home.
The 3 Rotary Clubs of Sarnia-Lambton wish to THANK all of our generous supporters at our successful Pro-Mix sale on Friday and Saturday!
THANK YOU to Degroots, Sarnia Firefighters, our Rotarians, Rotary volunteers and Rotary families!
Thank you Jackpot Time for allowing our Rotary Club of Sarnia volunteers to participate in monthly Bingos!
This month, we are sponsoring 5 students to attend a 3-day “Seminar for Tomorrow’s Leaders” in London, Ontario ($2,500). This will allow these secondary school students to learn leadership skills, which they’ll then use back at their schools.
Our Rotary housing group had a chance to meet with Hon. Michael Tibollo, Associate Minister of Mental Health and Additions.  We spoke about the local opioid crisis in Sarnia-Lambton and the link to homelessness, and highlighted the local work that people are doing to bring new supportive housing to our community. 
Thank you to JACKPOT TIME for allowing us to volunteer for monthly Bingos.  The Rotary Club of Sarnia is pleased to make a donation of $1,500 to St. Vincent De Paul to support this help centre which in turn helps many local residents.

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