The club is a member charity that shares in the funds raised by Jackpot City.  
Funds raised helps our club to support local non-profit groups.
Click on the title "Jackpot City Helps Rotary" above to see the 
non-profit groups recently supported.
 
The Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland is in year two of a three year commitment with Habitat for Humanity Sarnia-Lambton.  The commitment involves annual financial support of $5000 for each of the three years with the funds being directed entirely to the build activities.  Club involvement includes build day activities on the site of a new home.  The image above was taken upon completion of our first build day in Petrolia where our task was to install the siding on the home.  It was a great day for the happy and tired Sarnia Bluewaterland Team.  The neighbourhood knew our club was on site with our “Rotary at Work” signs and club banners.
 
Pictured above are Community Paul Harris Fellow recipients Marie Cebulski and Tammy Vandenheuvel.
 
Marie Cebulski – a volunteer for many causes, has spent close to 30 years volunteering in numerous areas including, helping children with severe physical disabilities, school reading programs, children’s baseball leagues, Canadian Girls in Training Leader, Big Sisters and St. Joseph’s Hospice.  Marie was one of the founding members of The Sunshine Foundation of Canada Sarnia-Lambton Chapter over 27 years ago.
 
Tammy Vandenheuvel was nominated for this award as co-creator of Ohana Landing, on London Road. With husband Gary the previous ABC Day Care on London Road was transformed into a multi unit youth home.  Youth up to age 24 apply for potential lodging in a hands-up program designed to develop life skills.  Tammy experienced homelessness as a teen and has been successful in a 32 year career as a child and youth worker.  Tammy has experience with Rebound and the Hub programs.
 
Marie and Tammy’s long service in volunteering is living proof that people can make a difference in the lives of others.
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500 Errol St. W.
Sarnia, ON N7T 7W6
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