A great article highlighting our cross display that our Chapter put up Saturday afternoon. Great to see the word getting out to our community! Obtained from BlackBurnNews.com
This year, Project Red Ribbon was kicked off at the entrance of Lambton College. The white crosses represent the lives that will be lost in Canada this holiday season due to impaired driving.
MADD Sarnia/Lambton President, Natalie Andrews, giving Chris Hadfield a red ribbon to kick off our Red Ribbon Campaign!
MADD Sarnia/Lambton Board Member, Christy Primmer, accepts a $940 donation from Brad Oke, owner of Smackwater Jacks in Grand Bend. The restaurant and bar on River Road offers its patrons shuttle service and riders are given the option to donate to MADD. We greatly appreciate Smackwater Jacks’ support!
The Race Against Drugs event on Nov. 4, 5, and 6 is an opportunity for MADD Sarnia/Lambton to educate hundreds of elementary school students about the dangers of impaired driving. We are registered for this event but we still need six more volunteers! Each shift is only two hours long and it’s a fun, engaging… Continue reading Race Against Drugs event happening this week!
Obtained from theobserver.ca
Obtained from Blackburnnews.com
Attention MADD Sarnia/Lambton supporters! We need your help on Saturday, November 1st, to hammer our white cross display into place. This year, the crosses will be erected at the entrance to Lambton College on London Road. The crosses represent the lives that will be lost by impaired driving over the holiday season. They are also… Continue reading White Cross Display (November 1, 2014)
A 22-year-old Sarnia man faces several charges after a vehicle crashed through the gate of a compound Saturday. City police say the locked compound of a Confederation St. business was broken into and a pick-up truck taken that was then driven through the gate. Police say a male suspect was also involved in… Continue reading Truck Crashes Through Compound Gate
Mary Parkes cannot get her son back, but she has made a lifetime commitment to ending the cause of his death. For the last 14 years, Parkes has worked with Mothers Against Drunk Driving Sarnia-Lambton, raising awareness about the “totally preventable” tragedies that happen on local roadways. Her son Michael was the victim of… Continue reading Families and friends turn out for annual candlelight vigil