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Safe Communities "A Mental Health Breakfast" Supports Local Non-Profits

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Safe Communities Sarnia-LambtonMark Roehler, LEHDER Principal and President of Safe Communities Sarnia-Lambton (SCSL), in conjunction with the SCSL Board of Directors, would like to extend their sincere gratitude to the sponsors and attendees of the SCSL first annual Good Morning Sarnia "A Mental Health Breakfast".  The event was held at Our Lady of Mercy Parish Hall on Tuesday October 25, 2016.  A special thanks is extended to the Knights of Columbus for providing the breakfast and to Terri Lynn Sullivan, the keynote speaker for the event.

The event raised $900 for two local charities, the Women's Interval Home and Circles Lambton.  Pictures of the cheque presentations are available below.  SCSL would like to recognize the following organizations and individuals for their contributions to the event.

Silver Sponsor - Bluewater Power

Bronze Sponsors - The Co-operators - Fabien Jagoo and Associates; Sarnia-Lambton Industrial Educational Cooperative

Silent Auction Donations


To read more on the event, visit the Sarnia This Week article here.


Cheque Presentation to Circles Lambton.  Pictured (L-R): Mark Roehler (SCSL), Rob Janoska (SCSL), Megan O'Neil-Renaud (Circles Lambton) and Dante Cateni (SCSL)

 

Cheque Presentation to the Women's Interval Home. Pictured (L-R): Mark Roehler (SCSL), Dante Cateni (SCSL), Marie Angus Women's Interval Home) and Rob Janoska (SCSL)

For more information in regards to Safe Communities Sarnia-Lambton or how you can be involved in next year's event, please contact Mark Roehler.