THE ROTARY CLUB
of NORTH YORK
Celebrating 31 Years of Service 1991 - 2022
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Join us here on Wednesday mornings when we meet via Zoom Meetings
7:20 am - 8:30 am
Welcome to The Rotary Club of North York. It is my pleasure to offer a greeting on behalf of our members. We are a vibrant group of community minded individuals from all walks of life. Monthly we have a combination of zoom meetings, community service events and a breakfast meeting. Please see our calendar for details. I warmly invite you to join us on Wednesday mornings at 7:30 am for our one hour meetings. You will hear about current projects we are involved with and listen to interesting and relevant speakers.
Please contact me here if you would like more information.
Gerry Francis, President
The Rotary Club of North York
January - Vocational Service Month
January 4 – Khalid - Marketing and Population changes
January 11 – David Graeme – My International Life as a Rotarian
January 18 – Nevine Yassa - ROOTA: Relieve Poverty and Advance Education.
January 25 – Kiva’s Restaurant - Breakfast
February - Peace and Conflict Prevention/Resolution Month
February 1 – Gord Higgins – Your Retirement in the Pandemic Economy
February 8 – Courtney Doldron – Black History Month
February 15 – Carol Commissiong – Classification Talk
February 22 – Kiva’s Restaurant - Breakfast
March - Water and Sanitation Month
March 1 – David Graeme – The Historic Beaches of Normandy
March 8 – Barry Hart – Founder, Water Ambassadors Canada: Clean Water Saves Lives
March 15 – Todd Archibald – More about Canadian Justice and Politics, Retired Judge
March 22 – Kiva’s Restaurant - Breakfast
March 29 – Club Social – Pickle Barrel
News & Upcoming Events
The Free Reading Program
The Free Reading Program is a professional, comprehensive, free and fun Kindergarten to Grade 6 online English literacy program. The program has over 260 learning units and over 3600 interactive learning activities. Designed to engage young learners and instill confidence, the activities’ auditory, visual, and tactile elements are based on leading educational research and the most thoroughly proven and effective teaching practices. Click on Campus LInk to try it out....CAMPUS LINK
With support from Rotarians and Rotary Clubs and many others, the Free Reading Program is favored by tens of thousands of learners around the world seeking the English literacy skills they need. Ensure your child’s computer time is time (very) well spent!
“The brightest of stars are those who shine for the benefit of others.”
Thank you to all who supported the"Jack-O'-Lantern Jubilee" Gala fundraiser in support of The Phillips House & Maddie's Healing Garden at North York General Hospital. Your support through attendance and donations help us to raise around $19,000. Thank you for helping us reach our goal of $100,000 goal committed to NYGH Foundation over the past 3 years.
Bottle Drive, Garage Sale, BBQ & Bake Sale
Thank you for your support at our Bottle Drive last spring which was held at The SCRF's (www.alifeforelisa.org) annual Gargage Sale, BBQ/Bake Sale. There was delicious home made baking by 101temptations , Hot dogs from Chicago58 and hundreds of items in the garage sale. It was a great day raising lots of funds for the charity and Rotary Club.
Empties can continue to be dropped off in front of the garage throughout the year at 41 Gwendolen Ave., to continue to support our bottle drive efforts.
During the Covid-19 pandemic our fundraising activities were limited however, since our first Bottle Drive and Bake Sale last September we have raised over $4,000 through these efforts. Thank you for your support!
Thank you all for your support this past September 18th at the Terry Fox Run, North York location. It was our first post covid event with people participating in person and we had a great turn out. Thank you to all who supported the runners and volunteered to make the event successful, raising almost $20,000 to date.
All proceeds will fund innovative cancer research and were
tax deductible. Thank you!
Mailing Address: RCNY - c/o 204 Park Home Avenue, Toronto, Ontario M2R 1A2
Weekly Wednesday morning meetings 7:20 am - 8:30 am