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YMCAThe Y focuses their work in 3 key areas, of youth development, healthy living and social responsibility because the YMCA believes nurturing the potential of kids, helping people live healthier and supporting neighbors are fundamental to strengthening our communities. Try the Y today call 987-6400.

Add water to your workout at the YMCA – Aqua pulse begins with a thorough warm-up in the water, followed by total body movements. Water weights are used to increase resistance & intensity. The balance & flexibility work you’ll do is effective, yet with the support of the water.

Quota Club of Port Huron will host the annual Shatter The Silence Charity Bowl-A-Thon.  The event will be held at Port Huron Lanes on November 6 at 1 p.m. and the cost is $25 per person.  Proceeds from this event support hearing impaired service projects in our community.  Please call 810-985-7663 or 810-385-8498 for further information.

A Vendor Show sponsored by Woman’s Life Chapter702 – North Street, will be held Saturday, November 12 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. – shop for a cause with Woman’s Life.  Proceeds will benefit a young boy with medical expenses.  Woman’s Life Insurance Society will match the first $500 raised….The event is being held at North Street United Methodist Church at 4580 North Road in Clyde Township.

Central Lakeport United Methodist Church at 3597 Milwaukee in Lakeport will present an Open mic and hymn sing on Tuesday, November 8 at 7 p.m.  Southern Gospel, Contemporary or Hymns preferred that evening.

The Lexington Southern Gospel Concert Series will present Jerry Garcia in Concert at the Lexington United Methodist Church at 6 p.m. on Sunday November 20th.  The church is located at 5597 S. Main Street, just two blocks south of the light in Lexington.  There is no admission fee for the concert however a free will offering will be received.
MADD Sarnia/Lambton is holding its White Cross Dedication on Saturday November 5 in Petrolia at the OPP Detachment on Oil Heritage Road. The crosses will be set up at 9:30 am with a dedication to follow at 10:15 am.  The White Cross display is a moving reminder to the Community that it is never ok to drive impaired. Each of the crosses represents a life lost to impaired driving in Canada throughout the holiday season.  All victims, their families and friends and the general public are invited to attend. This starts the beginning of our red Ribbon campaign.  The red ribbon campaign is our longest running awareness campaign and is in its 29th year.  From November 1st to January 1, we handed out red ribbons to raise awareness about the danger of impaired driving. MADD Canada is asking people to get a red ribbon and then ‘tie it, wear it, show, share it and live it’ as a sign of their commitment to sober driving.