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CHATHAM CAMPUS EVENT WEEKEND

MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Friday, September 29 – Sunday, October 1, 2017

This will be a special celebration weekend for our alumni and friends in the community of Chatham-Kent.

Stay tuned as details for this weekend shape up!

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    May 2, 2017
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50 Acts From The Heart

Join us as we celebrate all year long, the incredible work done by St. Clair College students, staff and faculty – moments that come "from the heart"!

Students and staff are passionate about helping those in the community with donations, raising money and buying much needed food, clothing, toys and more to help those in need. Here is just a snapshot of some of the great work to be done by students and staff in 2017.

Follow us as we add to our list throughout the year!

JANUARY
  • January 7 - $19,000 donation to 19 local high school FIRST Robotics teams
  • January 10 – Alumni Association buys 100 students lunch at Griff’s Cavern with $15 gift cards
  • January 19 – St. Clair’s Public Relations Club donates $1,100 to Hiatus House
  • January 21 – Students from the Hairstyling Program volunteer at the Cystic Fibrosis ‘Princess Ball’
  • January 23 – College Retirees Association recognized for its countless volunteer hours
  • January 23 – St. Clair athletes and Griff read to local students at Notre Dame elementary school
FEBRUARY
  • February 2 & 4 – 3rd annual ‘Polar Plunge’ raises $54,000 for Special Olympics Ontario
  • February 7 – Alumni Association buys lunch for 100 students at the grand opening of the TSI Student Centre at the Chatham Campus
  • February 9 - Alumni Association buys 100 students lunch at Griff’s Cavern with $15 gift cards
  • February 15 - St. Clair athletes and Griff read to local students at St. Gabriel elementary school
  • February 22 – The Pre-service Firefighter Program taking part in the the United Way’s IClimb event supporting mental health at the WFCU Centre
  • February 24 – EMS ‘Survivor Day’ at the St. Clair College Centre for the Arts
  • February 24 – Grand opening of the new Student Life Centre with concert by the Arkells
  • February 28 – Scholarship and Bursary Night
  • February - Dinner to support Ronald McDonald House
MARCH
  • March 1 - Scholarship and Bursary Night
  • March 1 - Hats on for Healthcare
  • March 16 - Brain Injury Prevention Day to support the local Brain Injury Association
  • March 30 - Heart & Stroke Soup Kitchen at the St. Clair College Centre for the Arts
  • March - Seniors Tax Clinic in Chatham by Business Accounting Students
  • March - Social Service Worker and Gerontology Program ‘Music & Memory’ benefit concert
  • March - St. Clair athletes and Griff read to local students
APRIL
  • April 7 - Food & Wine Gala at the St. Clair College Centre for the Arts to support scholarships for students
  • April 8 – ‘Sharing Smiles’ event put on by the Dental Hygiene Program
  • April 9 – ‘Run for Rocky’ at Dieppe Park supporting the Windsor Pride Community
  • April 12 – SAA Athletics Banquet
  • April 22 – YMCA’s ‘Sweat for Strong Kids’ event
  • April - St. Clair athletes and Griff read to local students
MAY
  • May 1-7 - Mental Health Awareness Week with Child and Youth Worker students in Chatham
  • May 4 – ‘McHappy Day’ supported by the Wallaceburg Employment Centre
  • May 19 – Alumni weekend ‘Jazz Night’ at South Windsor Campus
  • May 20 - Golf Tournament
  • May 20 - Special dinner event at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts
  • May 21 - Sunday brunch at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts
  • May - Tree planting event hosted by the Horticulture Club
  • May 27 – Heart Breaker Challenge benefitting Hotel-Dieu Grace Healthcare’s Cardiac Wellness and Pulmonary Rehab program
  • May - Walk for MS at the Chatham Campus to support the Chatham-Kent MS Society
JUNE
  • June 6 – Academic Awards Banquet in Windsor
  • June 20 – ‘Rope for Hope’ event to support the Make a Wish Foundation
  • June 26 – ‘In Honour of the Ones We Love’ Fireworks night at the St. Clair College Centre for the Arts
JULY
  • July 9 – 15th annual Windsor-Essex Dragon Boat Festival for the Cure benefitting breast cancer care at local hospitals
  • July - Windsor Corporate Challenge at the Vollmer Centre in LaSalle
AUGUST
  • August 20 - Family Fun Day hosted by the Alumni Association
SEPTEMBER
  • September 13 – ‘Positivity Day’ in Chatham-Kent to support the Chatham-Kent Food Bank
  • September 17-18 – Chatham-Kent Fire Fest
  • September 29-October 1 - Chatham Campus 50th Anniversary Celebration Weekend
  • September – St. Clair athletes and Griff read to local students
  • September – Suicide Prevention Week
  • September – Terry Fox Run in Tecumseh to raise funds for cancer research
OCTOBER
  • October 4 – ‘Two Books in a Bucket’ event to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month at the Chatham Campus
  • October 30 – ‘Safe Treating’ event at the Chatham-Kent Children's Safety Village
  • October - Breast Cancer Awareness & Fundraising
  • October – Tie One On Fundraising event
  • October – Month long ‘Hunger Bites’ foodbank collection
  • October - St. Clair athletes and Griff read to local students
NOVEMBER
  • November 18 – Santa Claus Parade with Chatham Powerline and Paramedic students taking part
  • November 25 – ‘Nailed It!’ event hosted by the Esthetician Program to support the ‘No Child Without Christmas’ program in Chatham
  • November 30 – ‘In Honour of the Ones We Love’ Potato Fest at the St. Clair College Centre for the Arts
  • November 30 – ‘Chili Cookoff,’ in Chatham to support the United Way
  • November - St. Clair athletes and Griff read to local students
  • November – ‘Movemeber’ awareness and fundraising
  • November – ‘Coats for the Community’ collection at the South Windsor Campus
  • November – ‘Point of Hope Club’ book drive hosted by Early Childhood Education Students
  • November - United Way Campaign
  • November - Goodfellows Fundraising and Newspaper Drive with SAA and SRC
  • November – ‘Cops for Kids’ event hosted by the Hairstyling Program
  • November – Windsor International Film Festival
  • November – Chatham-Kent Children’s Services Christmas Project – blanket and book collection by the Child and Youth Worker students in Chatham
DECEMBER
  • December 13 - Salvation Army Dinner at the St. Clair College Centre for the Arts
  • December – ‘Giving Tree’ event hosted by TSI to support ‘No Child Without Christmas’ program
  • December – TSI collecting donations for the Chatham-Kent Women's Centre
  • December – ‘Socks Warm Your Heart’ event hosted by SRC
  • December - Toy Donation and Food Drive hosted by the Esthetician Program
  • December – Toy and food drive by SRC
  • December – ‘Knobby's Kids’ fundraiser at the South Windsor Campus
  • December – ‘Sleighing Hunger’ concert at Caesars Windsor
  • December - St. Clair athletes and Griff read to local students
50 Acts from the Heart
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