Community Partners

The development and maintenance of Moore Museum is made possible by the support of the following businesses, organizations and individuals and we gratefully acknowledge their generosity.

(If any donor business or organization wishes to have their logo added to their listing below, please contact us and we would be pleased to add it).

Township of St. Clair

Moore Museum is owned and operated by the Township of St. Clair.

Government of Ontario

The support of the Government of Ontario, through the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport, is acknowledged.

The views expressed herein are those of Moore Museum and do not necessarily reflect those of the Programs and Services Branch, the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport or the Government of Ontario.

Shaw Family Foundation

Sponsor of heated storage additions and facade improvements to the Francis E. Shaw Exhibition Hall.

 

Ontario Trillium Foundation

The Ontario Trillium Foundation is an agency of the Government of Ontario.

Ontario Power Generation Southwest Operations Lambton

Long-term contributor and sponsor of Moore Museum's 2019 educational programs.

The Co-operators

 

Sponsor of Preservation Project – providing improved environmental conditions to safeguard the Museum’s artifact collection for the future.

Moore Community and Recreational Foundation

Contributor to the projects of purchasing an antique velocipede and a restored antique wood stove for the schoolhouse, expansion of the fire hall, antique vehicle maintenance and renovations to the wooden CNR caboose.

Royal Canadian Legion Br. 447, Corunna

Long-term contributor and 2019 sponsor of purchase of planer for volunteer projects and ceiling fans for heating efficiency.

Lambton Creative County Fund

Sponsor of Moore Museum's "Creatively Exploring Heritage" and “Outdoor Art Creating Awareness of Community Heritage”  projects.

Memorial Donations for Grace Woods

In 2018, we lost friend and long-time volunteer Grace Woods.  Donations were made in her memory by many friends and family members, acknowledging Grace’s love for the Museum and her more than 20 years of volunteering.

Courtright Fire Station

CN - Railroaders in the Community

CN contributed to the restoration of the railroad jigger in recognition of the volunteer work of CN retiree Leo Griffiths and Marg Griffiths.

Lambton Mutual Insurance Company

Contributor to the model train exhibit development project.

ARLANXEO Canada Inc.

Contributor to 2019 capital projects.

Moore Optimist Club

Sponsor of 2019 school program enhancements.

Advanced Finishing Technologies Inc.

Contributor to 2019 capital projects.

Sim Propane Limited

Contributor to 2019 capital projects.

Southwest Regional Credit Union Ltd.

Contributor to 2019 projects.

Mayflower Rebekah Lodge #324

Contributor to Lionel model train room development.

Leopold Lodge #397

Contributor to antique vehicle maintenance projects.

Brigden Optimist Club

Contributor to 2019 program costs.

Individuals

The following individuals have generously contributed to 2019 projects and programs:

  • Bruce & Margaret MacPherson - in memory of Peggy Mullen
  • Art Dunlop
  • Wilhemine Mason
  • Eleanor Vargo
  • Earle & Joanne Clysdale
  • Sally Townsend - in memory of Ella Norton

Heritage St. Clair

Further articles related to the history of St. Clair Township may be found on the website of Heritage St. Clair.

Ontario By Bike

Moore Museum welcomes cyclists.

Heritage Sarnia-Lambton

Moore Museum is a proud member of Heritage Sarnia-Lambton.

Attractions Ontario

Moore Museum is a proud member of Attractions Ontario.