Rotarians support Betty Dee’s Glowing Heart’s Trek and St. Joseph’s Hospice!

On August 9, 2017 our local Rotary Clubs presented a cheque, alongside Betty Dee Black, to St. Joseph’s Hospice in the amount of $6,200. The Rotary Club of Sarnia, Rotary Club of Sarnia-Bluewaterland, and Rotary Club of Sarnia-Lambton After-Hours put together a team to trek the Bruce Trails with Betty Dee Black for her Glowing Hearts Trek for Hospice for Canada’s 150th birthday. Thank you to all the Rotarians who joined Betty Dee and her crew on her Trek for Hospice and for those that supported them in their fundraising efforts!

In photo from, left to right:
First Row: Roger Kameka, Pat McGill, Betty Dee Black, Camilla McGill, and Michael Hurry
Second Row: Henry Kulick, Deborah Renaud-McDermott, Tanya Wolff, and Marie Watson
Third Row: John Hus and Bob Bork