Movies in the Park - Angry Birds
Port Credit Memorial ParkAug 26, 2016
8:30 PM – 11:00 PM
Aug 30, 2016
Off-site Community Project
Sep 06, 2016
Joint Meeting at RC Mississauga West
Sep 13, 2016
Rattary Marsh Lakeshore Rotary Club Planting
Rattary MarshSep 17, 2016
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Off-site Community Project
Sep 20, 2016
RCML Foundation AGM
Sep 27, 2016 6:30 PM
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Again this summer (2016) on Friday evenings in July and August, Movies in the Park will be held in Memorial Park in Port Credit. Movies are family in nature and begin at dusk. While admission is free, donations are welcome to assist in deferring the costs. More pictures are available in the Photo Albums.
For more information please go to the Movies in the Park website (http://www.rotarymovienights.com/).
Annual club BBQ at Peter and June Newhouse.
We got to spend some time with our members, significant others and friends. Some of the event photos are shown below:
The Master Chef - Scott Newhouse
Mike Garvie being presented with his Paul Harris award by Chris Chorlton and Fred Durdan.
We were extremely happy to receive five Camp Enterprise students and four Rotary Scholarship Recipients at our last meeting.
Camp Enterprise started in Canada in 1976, by the Youth Service Committee of the Rotary Club of Toronto, Camp Enterprise is a 3-1/2 day program for high school students. The program consists of a series of panels, presentations and discussions on the subjects of business and the free enterprise system where students can interact with business professionals. For more information please log on to http://campenterprise.ca.
The Camp Enterprise students shared with us on how those three and a half days changed their future career choices, as this experience provided them with a "taste" on how a business is run, how to create a business plan, how to sell a product, among others. It was amazing to hear their experiences, which included on how they were introduced into negotiating, where they were split into groups with other students they had never met before - one student even said that she now understand why union negotiations take so long to resolve. They shared their team working experience, and how they were happy to be mentored by top notch Canadian Businessmen.
A student even said that she felt like she was in Dragons Den at some point!
In addition to that, we were happy to hear that our Rotary Scholarship Recipients have had great successes in their undergraduate studies, and how they continue to strive in their chosen career paths. The stories they shared with us were amazing, such as: the student who thought he would end up in the liberal arts stream and ended up studying Math and Science at McGill University; or the student that struggled in learning how to cook; or the one that studies in the US and is involved in some top notch medical research.
We congratulate all these students, and we are happy that they can continue to do great things in their personal life, as well as them becoming great additions to the community.
Our club was pleased to fondly welcome Armagh House at our meeting.
Armagh house is a "first of its class" Second-stage , or transitional housing, that provides support for women who have left abusive relationships, helping them make plans for independent living.
We have been actively supporting Armagh House over the years, wether it is with supplies, room renovations, among others. For more information visit www.armaghhouse.ca.