The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation Invests $35,000 into the Local Community

The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation

Lambton County, ON – The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation (The Foundation) is continuing its proud tradition of reinvesting into its home community. At a recent meeting, The Foundation’s Board approved:

  • $16,000 to the Moore Agricultural Society for the renovation project to Brigden Fairgrounds.
  • $10,000 to the Bluewater International Grandfondo in partnership with the Bluewater Health Foundation for the production of a documentary film.
  • $9,000 to the Dresden Rotary Club for the completion of Phase 2 of The Barn Quilt Trail Project.

The Foundation wishes to thank everyone who submitted applications.

Over its 30 year history The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation has advanced more than $5 million to over 30 community projects including Withdrawal Management Services at Bluewater Health; the installation of artificial turf at Norm Perry Park in Sarnia; the construction of the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery; and the purchase of rare artifacts for the Lambton Heritage Museum; the purchase of a van for the Inn of The Good Shepherd; portable bleachers for The Lambton Fairs Association, renovations to the Kineto Theatre in Forest and much more.

Please note that the office will be closed Thursday, June 13th & Monday, June 17th.