Our Club at Work
Helping in our community
Toronto Marathon Water Station
Each spring, The Rotary Club of North York sets up a water station along Yonge Street in North York to hydrate the thousands of runners who participate in this annual event. We are one of the first water stations that the runners approach before heading south toward one of the most difficult stretches of the run: Yonge Street south to York Mills and then up the Hogg’s Hollow Hill.
In September 2020, during the “Year of the Pandemic”, our members worked with the Willowdale Club to plant abulb garden at Leslie and Sheppard Ave in North York in honour of the men and women who worked on the front lines in our hospitals and clinics to help those suffering from COVID 19.
Rotary Bottle and Electronic Recycling Drives
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International Student Exchange Programs
Our Rotary Club has hosted many international students over the years who have come to live in Canada from a six week to 1 year period. These three students pictured here were here in Toronto in summer of 2018 from the University of Irkutsk, Siberia to participate in a business exchange program to learn about Western business practices.
Cummer House Tree Dedication - Provided by the Rotary Club of North York 2013