The Community Round Table is composed of citizen representatives from the various sectors of the community. It was established to advance strategic initiatives that have been identified by citizens.
The Community Round Table was established in 2004 as part of the first Community Summit. To learn more about the Summit, please visit our History page.
The Community Round Table’s work to date has included: hosting community summits, leading a project focused on branding and community image in Sarnia, supporting individual actions to improve the environment, taking part in an exchange of community first impressions, and working towards designation of Sarnia as a Youth Friendly Community.
Current representatives on the Community Round Table include:
Alison Mahon, Chair (Health)
Brenda Lorenz (Environment)
Dean Edwardson (Industry)
Marshall Kern (Tourism)
Jay vanKlinken (County of Lambton)
Gord Simmons (Seniors)
Joe Cebulski (Children & Youth)
Ray Fillion (Labour)
Don McCabe (Agriculture)
Don Pitt (Social Services)
Errnol Gray (Aamjiwnaang)
Lloyd Fennell (City of Sarnia)
(vacant) (Arts & Culture)
For more information, or to become involved in the work of the Community Round Table, please contact us.