The ceremonial Sod-Turning took place at 386 Northridge Place in Petrolia on April 24. A large crowd turned out to celebrate the recurrence of this partnership with Habitat for Humanity to build a second home for people supported by LCDS. Karen Ramsay and Sharon Silk, who will be moving into their new home in September, are pictured with Debbie McNeil of RBC Royal Bank, Lead Sponsor for the build, David Butler, Habitat for Humanity Board Chair and Adrien Vermeiren, LCDS Board Chair. This project marks the inaugural Women’s Build for Sarnia Lambton. All volunteer build work is completed by 13 teams of women who will complete the build and raise nearly $50,000 towards the cost of the build.