Rotary Club of Aurora

 
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Aurora

Service Above Self

We meet Mondays at 6:30 PM
Gabriel's Cafe
15218 Yonge St.,
Aurora, ON  L4G 1L9
Canada
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On May 7, 2014 The Rotary Club of Aurora presented some much needed to cash to Welcome Table.  A group that feeds Aurora residents at Trinity Anglican Church.  Katie Ablett, George Gonsalves and Grace Marsh made the presentation.

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A great afternoon was enjoyed by Rotarians Grace Marsh, Katie Ablett and friend Jessica, in support of BBBS York Region. Grace and Katie presented BBBS with a $1000.00 cheque showing Rotary's commitment to the local community. and its partnering with grassroots organiBBBS York Region -Katie AblettBig Brothers/Big Sisters York Regionzations.
 
 
 
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Special thanks to Rotarian Victor Priestly for allowing the use of his 1949 Chevy truck and trailer; to Rotarian Grace Marsh for braving the wild and sudden winter storm; to Brenn Marsh for driving the truck amidst terrible weather conditions; to Rotarian Lisa Cook for planning and organizing the event; to our volunteer Georgia for showing up regardless of the weather.Image
 

 
 

This year's Camp Enterprise experience took place May 9-12 enjoyed by eleven students sponsored by Aurora Rotary. The objective of Camp Enterprise is to "expose, explore, and spur the student's imagination on the whole subject of business and private enterprise". It is believe that in providing students with a broad view of professional, business and management careers, the program will present business and management as challenging positions offering enormous personal satisfaction. The program allows individuals to maximize their creativity, but emphasizes obligations to serve and contribute to the community.

The following items were covered during their stay:

• Presentation and panel on starting a business. Presentation and discussion exercise on planning and team building in business and life.
• The acting out of an educational and enjoyable, business game.
• Presentation of the fundamentals of the free enterprise system.
• Participatory labour and management agreement negotiations.
• A presentation on communication and financing.
• A presentation on business ethics.
• Marketing and branding presentation.

Aurora Rotary was pleased to offer this experience to our students again this year, and it was deemed a great success by all attendees. A special thanks to Rotarian Shabir Kudrati and President Jack Laurion.

 

 
 

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