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Their year-end picnic was held this past Saturday at Colonel Danforth Park, including a BBQ, socializing, with fun times had by all. The highlight would be the scavenger hunt during which most of them ended up in the local creek.
 
Congratulations to their new president for the 2016/2017 season ... Malaravan Bal.
 
Interact’ers are 12 – 18 years of age and come from the local high schools.
 
Anyone interested in joining this group could go to their Facebook page (Scarborough Interact Club) .
 
 

 

This year's Canada Day parade started at Brimley just above Progress and went down Brimley to end at Lawrence.  The Rotary Club contingent was well attended and included Shirley's unique automobile, and President Gerard on the club's only vehicle.  Outgoing President Eugene Burns is seen in the car in the passenger's seat.

 
 
 
 

 

First the Pin ....

President Eugene Burns has completed his 12 month presidency and has been presented with the appropriate pin and plaque from incoming President Gerard Baribeau, at the Scarboro Golf and Country Club on June 28th.  In Eugene's talk he took the time to thank the many folks that made his presidency both productive and entertaining.
 

 

Then the Plaque ....

 

 
 

It was a delight attending the Rotaract District Conference on Saturday June 11, 2016.  The level of enthusiasm and energy at this Conference was considerable.  One felt rejuvenated to meet all these young women and men and observe their enjoyment and interest. 

 
 
 
 
 
 
The Paul Harris Scholarship Awards for the nineteenth year were presented on June 7, 2016, to seven exceptional students graduating from Scarborough High Schools, at the Scarboro Golf & Country Club.
 

Sylvie Stojanovski (Woburn C.I.), Nidusha Nithiananyjan (Lester B. Pearson C.I.), Akeda Sayram (SATEC @ W.A. Porter), Hashveenah Manoharan (St. John Paul II), Dushara Ragavachari (Albert Campbell C.I.), Neha Mahmood (R.H. King Academy), and Emma Jayne Chaikowsky (Sir Wilfrid Laurier C.I.)

 
 
The Rotary Club of Scarborough – Service Above Self Awards honour Toronto Police, Paramedic and Fire – June 14.
 
Mark Watson – Toronto Fire Services, Don Meikle – Toronto Paramedic Services,
PC Lee Kennedy – Toronto Police Service
 
 
 
Another successful Camp Enterprise was held this past weekend by the Rotary Club of Scarborough at Claremont Field Centre. There were 28 business students from five local high schools - Laurier, West Hill, Woburn, David and Mary and R.H.King. CE2016 was year 37 for this well received program.
 
 
 

On 23 April, several members of the Rotary Club of Scarborough attended day long sessions at the Rotary Learning Institute. The purpose of RLI is to educate and inform members about the processes and operations of a Rotary club, so they can better understand and contribute to its operation.

Chris Musselman received her graduation certificate from PDG Ted Morrison.
 
 
 
In Level 2, Gopal Rajan received his certificate of completion 

 

 

 In level 1, Gary MacGregor and Marcy Tomassini attended, as shown in the group photo.

 
All participants felt their sessions were worthwhile, enjoyable, and encourage all Rotary members to attend future sessions.
 
 
 

 
 

A few years ago, Joe Roberts was a homeless, drug-addicted youth from Midland, pushing his few possessions in a shopping cart around Vancouver. With help from his Mother and some other caring people, Joe turned his life around, and went from Skid Row to being a CEO. Now, Joe wants to help other youth, and will .....

 
 
 
 
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Rotary members and our partners in the fight to eradicate polio offer our heartfelt condolences and express a deep sadness in the wake of a horrific bomb attack in Quetta, Pakistan, that took the lives of at least 15 security personnel today.
 
 
 
Press Release June 3, 2015
The Rotary Club of Scarborough is pleased to announce that it has provided funding of $100,000 for equipment and fixtures to The Canadian Centre for Refugee and Immigrant Health Care (The Centre) to establish its new home at 4158 Sheppard Avenue East. The Centre provides health care to those new Canadians who are not yet covered by our medical care system, and those recently insured without a physician and dental care to Canada’s many who go without. In their 15 year history, the Centre has been in borrowed premises; it is a real improvement to be able to lease their own facilities.
 
 

 

Rotarian Nevine Yassa of Scarborough Rotary Club directed the International Committee to a rising need for supporting orphans and street children in Cairo, Egypt. 
 
Babies and toddlers are being found abandoned on the streets when parents are unable to provide for them, or if they are orphans, and have no family to support them.
 
 
 
 
 
When Rotarian Sydney Baxter-Dennis traveled to Guyana, he was asked by the Rotary Club of Demara to support a fund raising effort by their Interact Club, the youth arm of Rotary.  This group of young people identified a need in their community and were actively fund raising. They wished to buy school supplies and backpacks to give to children in their community who would have trouble returning to school after the summer break because they would not have the necessary supplies.  Funds were sent to the Interact Club of Demarara to support this worthwhile cause.
 
 
 
 
With funds provided by the Rotary Club of Scarborough, the Rotary Club "New Road City" purchased computers for Panchakanya Secondary School in Ramkot village.  This school of 200 students, had no computers and thus no computer classes.   However, they had room to conduct computer classes.  The students of this school will definitely benefit from our contribution of computers. 
 
After research on what type of computers would be good for the school, it was decided that the Thin Client System, which has been used by many Rotary clubs, would be best.   This system uses a server through which we can make multiple stations.   Rotary provided a system with a server and 8 stations with Power backup battery system to run the computers so that their computer classes don’t get affected due to load sharing.   
 
 
 

 

This year an unprecedented epidemic affected countries in West Africa. A call went out to other Rotary Clubs from the Rotary Club of Monrovia, Liberia was seeking medical equipment or funds to help them to meet the rising needs in their community to combat the Ebola crisis. 
 
 
 
 
 
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Speakers
Sep 06, 2016
Raffy Chouljian & Jennifer Boyd
We Conquered Kilimanjaro