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Interested in a stone within the Rotary Flag Plaza?  Our brochure can be found on the left side of this page.  Open the file and print a hard copy, then complete the required information and send with your donation to the address provided on the form.
Please note: The final plaza expansion has been completed and the plaza is almost out of room for the 16" square beige piazza stones.  Going forward recognition for the piazza stones will be documented in chronological order and will need to have an approval from the Sarnia Bluewaterland Rotary Club before the request will be processed.  Spots will not be held for future piazza stone requests.  Please ensure that your email address is clearly marked on the request form.  
Questions?  Email or call 226-349-3524.  We would be happy to help.
The Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland has lead the flag plaza project since 2004.   The late Rotarian Tom MacMillan was the energy behind creating the plaza.  The plaza honours the people who work in the emergency "911" services on both sides of the border.  The Canadian and US flags fly proudly in the plaza, while across the river in Port Huron, Michigan the flags of our two nations fly in honour of those who perished in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center Twin Towers in New York City.
The plaza provides recognition through family and memorial bricks and beige piazza stones that have become very popular with local residents as well as out of town visitors. 
The plaza recognizes donations to our club in support of the work we do in the Sarnia-Lambton area.  Donations of $100 are recognized with an inscribed 8x4 inch red brick; and, donations of $600 are recognized with an inscribed 16 inch square beige piazza stone.
Donations and stone requests received at this time will not be installed in the plaza until Spring 2022.