In years past, many in our community called
Pathways "Rotary Children's Place" even though
It never carried the name officially.
The reference offered an affectionate
tribute to the members of The Rotary Club of Sarnia.
They were among the first to recognize the need for
Children' s services in Sarnia-Lambton. Beginning in the 1940s,
The Rotary Club actively connected local families with much-needed
Medical treatment for their children. Rotarians continued to lead during
The 1950s and 60s, encouraging the introduction of locally based services.
Rotary also helped to establish Pathways, which continues to rest on Club-
Owned lands so generously donated by Jack and Jean Brown. Today,
The Rotary Club's support remains instrumental to Pathways, helping to
expand their centre and sustain their services.
The New Pathways wing proudly recognizes their long-standing affiliation with The
Rotary Club Of Sarnia, honouring the contributions of its members who have
helped ensure our children can continue to let their abilities shine.