The Rotary Club of Etobicoke
Home of the Toronto Ribfest & Hands on Etobicoke
SERVICE ABOVE SELF
 
 
Club Meetings
Oct 05, 2016
District Governour Jim Louttit
Official Visit 2016/2017
Oct 12, 2016
Nov 02, 2016
Steve Rutledge
Update on Laos Project
Nov 09, 2016
David Macdonald
Wounded Warriors
Nov 23, 2016
Dec 07, 2016
 
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Rotary Etobicoke - Welcome!

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Old Mill Restaurant
21 Old Mill Road
Toronto, ON  M8X 1G5
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Rotarians Making a Difference...
Last year, Gill and Andre visited the Silvercreek children's park, the playground was empty of children, the equipment was broken and derelict. Something needed to be done to bring life back to this playground, bring the children back. Gill and Andre members of the Community Service Community got the club involved and the children are finally back.
 
 

Members of the HANDS-ON-ETOBICOKE  committee came together on Saturday,  the 20th of August at the clubhouse to "Get Ready for School".

 

It was a fun filled afternoon with laughter,  crafts, counting, fellowship, imagining the smiles on the children's faces on the first day of school as they carry their new backpacks filled with supplies ready to embark on  the new school year.

   
 
 
 

On Wednesday, August 17, Rotary Club of Etobicoke was pleased to provide at the Big Idea Forum held at Franklin Horner Community Center, Division 22 with the following items for their LAMPCHC/Division 22 school supplies fundraiser "Back to School" taking place on September 1 for the community. Constable Jamie Juhasz was on hand to receive the supplies.

 

 
 
On Wednesday, the Toronto Ribfest and Rotary Etobicoke won a ‘GOLD’ award from the Recycling Council of Ontario for its waste diversion efforts (recycling and composting) at Ribfest!  Congratulations to Barry Friesen for all the planning and coordination that went into this; and, to the many young and old volunteers who sorted and sifted to keep the festival clean and the waste properly disposed. 
(Lots more pictures below.  Click "Read more...")
 
 
In partnership with Toronto West, Rotary Etobicoke funded a three year $300K project to build and furnish the new MicroSkills Rotary Youth Centre at Islington and Dixon which held its open house last week.  Club members were treated to a blast of colour and the realization that we are going to be making a lasting impact on thousands in the community.  
 
More pictures within!...
 
 
 
 
 
 
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(Thanks to Ron Miller & Frederik Martin)