Mustang Sally Rally 2 hours
Make a Wish 2 hours
Pt Edward Skate Club 10 hours
Here Comes Summer event 20 hours
Cancer Society-Wheels of Hope 40 hours
Big Bike for Heart and Stroke 3 hours
Habitat for Humanity 8 hours
Inn of the Good Shepard 4 hours
Blood donations 2 hours
Sarnia Parks Clean-up 15 hours
Habitat for Humanity 16 hours
Sharing Smiles 20 hours
Cancer Society-wheels of hope 25 hours
Pt Edward Skating Club 30 hours
Sarnia Pop Culture Show 8 hours
Cancer Society Wheels of Hope 30 hours
Rebound Tuff Mudder 8 hours
30 hours Cancer Society Wheels of Hope
24 hours Margaritaville Sunset Cruise
8 hours Heaven’s Wildlife Rescue
10 hours Putting for Paws
Giving Back to the Community Hygiene Drive – benefits The HUB, The Women’s Interval Home and the Inn of the Good Shepherd
May – Backyard POETS Nite – Sarnia Humane Society Donation
The Parrot Heads on the St Clair sponsored a Hole in the Sombra Golf Tournament to support and raise funds for their Youth Sports Program
Recieved a letter from St. Clair Township graciously accepting and acknowledging our generous gift of $150. This was our donation to sponsor a hole at the Golf Tournament for Minor Sports.
The Parrot Heads on The St Clair were very pleased today to be able to give $500 cheques to the Sarnia Woman’s Interval Home , the St Clair Child and Youth Services and the Sarnia Boys and Girls Club. A special thanks to all the Sponsors and the Participants who “Partied with a Purpose”to make this event a success.
From left to right – Terry Burr PHOTSC MAL, Mary Anne Cecile Sarnia Boys and Girls Club, Dennis Heath PHOTSC PRES, Rebecca Nettleship Sarnia Women’s Interval Home, Lee Randall PHOTSC VICE PRES and Colleen Sim St. Clair Child and Youth Services.
A Street Piano is Donated to the City Parks and Recreation Dept
It finally happened …The Parrotheads on the St Clair has partnered with the City of Sarnia Parks and Recreation Department to create a program called ENCORE. This program has placed a public piano on the grounds of the Lawrence House in downtown Sarnia for anyone to play. The Lawrence House is a historical building that is an Art Gallery and is being used to promote local art in Sarnia and is very successful in what they do. The piano is being painted in a tropical theme this weekend by members of the HUB – a charitable org for youth run by the Sarnia Lambton Rebound – the HUB is one of the organizations that we have supported, the talented staff of the Lawrence House and a few local artists – Lynne Brogden, Karen Schaw, Mary Groombridge and Peggy Sommers. Special thanks to Champion Movers and local keyboardist and piano tuner Dave Thomas and the Township of Enniskillen.
Thank you Sarnia Lambton for being so giving.
Drop in and Play …Phins