Site: Sarnia-Lambton Municipal Chapter

Service: Women's Service Club

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Address & Phone(s)
Office Phone 519-899-4318
Areas Served Lambton County
Located In Community Lambton County
Physical Access Not Accessible
Description & Services
Description (Service) There are 4 primary IODE chapters under the umbrella of the Sarnia-Lambton Municipal Chapter: IODE Hon. Malcolm Cameron IODE; Elizabeth II, Errol Egremont Chapter IODE; Margaret Stokes Chapter (Petrolia). There are two main Municipal fundraising projects: Geranium sales in the Spring and Christmas Home Tour during the third weekend of November.

Programs; LEAP (Local Emergency Assistance Program) a program designed to help local families in the community who suffer loss from fire or weather related calamity.

Also has a police/fireman community award-recognizing their community contribution. * Award to be given during the Sarnia Lambton Annual Meeting each year.
Hours Hours vary
Eligibility Every woman who would like to make a difference in the community is invited to be a member of IODE.
Application Members are always welcome. To be a guest at a meeting, contact Membership officer-Linda Gryner
Languages English
Fees Membership ; Membership - $45.00 - $ 60.00 annually. Varies slightly from chapter to chapter. ; Membership - $45-$55 annually. Varies slightly from chapter to chapter. Large portion of the annual fee is tax deductible (receipt provided from the National Chapter IODE. Includes quarterly magazine "Echoes".
Contact Information
Primary Contact Helen Danby, President
Alternate Contact Linda Gryner, Membership Officer; Phone: 519-899-4318
Other Details
Meetings Meetings once a month except July & August (depending on the chapter), usually the first Monday of the month in various locations designated by each chapter; one chapter meets in the morning, some in the afternoon and some during the evening. One Annual general meeting per year usually late March or early April.

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