Rotary Club of Etobicoke presents a cheque for $1,000 to the Toronto Power Wheelchair Hockey League.  

The Rotary Club of Etobicoke presented a cheque for $1,000 to support the league which provides a hockey league for power wheelchair players from across the Toronto region. In this photo Rotarian Kester Trim is presenting the cheque to Esther Dzura, President and Co-founder, Ron Celsie, the General Manager and Matt De Costa a player from the league. The teams scheduled for the morning watched in appreciation of the support offered by the Rotary Club of Etobicoke.

 
MESSAGE FROM CRISTO REI, MEXICO...............Our members Miguel and Cristina are working with the kids of Cristo Rei school...
While being a 1 hour teacher, one of the kids showing his soccer shoes with cleats from my shipment.... His class got 5 pairs, the ones with perfect marks on set of exams. 
Also vice principal with his family on "day out"... Took them to beach and pizza.... Was like a day vacation for them...30 km from their village... Without a car and means; with 4 young kids might as well be 3, 000km away
😊👋Miguel 
JANUARY 28-2019  MEETING CANCELLED DUE TO WEATHER CONDITION.
SEE YOU ALL NEXT WEEK AT 7:00 PM SAME PLACE
After many hours of working on site, Rotarian Fabrizio with the help of Rotarian Matthew have completed the Green house at Caritas location King City 
Rotary Annual Garage Sale
Saturday July 7 at Woodbridge Fairgrounds
100 Porter Ave. Woodbridge L4L 2A2
Starting at 8:00 am
Message for Easter Monday April 2/2018 : The Club Monday Meeting has been cancelled.  Meeting will resume on Monday April 9/2018 at 7:00 pm at Monte Carlo Inn
 
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March 2018
Rotary International Theme for March: Water & Sanitation
Most of us are fortunate to have clean, drinkable water right from our home. Imagine if you didn't have this. Imagine if you had to walk miles each day to access water. Imagine again if there wasn't any clean water and your family was becoming ill from drinking dirty water.
 
This month, Disaster Aid Canada is focusing on providing Water Filtration Systems to 2 countries; Nigeria and Yemen. Both countries are experiencing many problems; one problem is people are getting sick from drinking contaminated water. With your help, we can make a difference by sending as many Water Filtration Systems as possible to provide millions of gallons of clean, drinkable water.
 
A $100 donation will provide 1 Million gallons of clean, drinkable water. Your donation will promote good health and well-being. Before you go turn on the tap and enjoy a glass of water, please consider making a donation. These shipments will be sent in March.
 
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Guest speaker will be Rotarian Jim Louttit PDG talking about an interesting Rotary water project in Nicaragua.
With the generous  donation of our President Miguel the Rotary Club of Woodbridge has already contributed to the project,
it will be interesting to hear again its history and its developments.
 
After Jim's presentation we will talk about our projects:
 
- Rotary New Rib Fest
- Rotary Summer Camp
- Rotary Supreme Garage Sale
Our Guest of this evening Mrs. Marni Blumfald, Registered Physiotherapist
Marni Blumfald H.B.Sc., B.Sc.PT, Med Ac. marni@corerx.ca 647-273-2673
 
Marni Blumfald had been a Registered Physiotherapist and Acupuncturist for over 14 years. She has been a conditioning specialist for over 20 years, training high performance athletes and the regular “weekend warrior”. She has been an equestrian in the horse industry for over 30 years. Marni is on the board of directors for The Animal Rehab Division of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. She teaches the Canine and Equine Physiotherapy courses and assists with the Canine and Equine Cranial Sacral Therapy courses throughout Canada and the USA. She has a full-time human practice with a part-time animal practice.
 
Marni offers an integrative approach to the treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of pain and dysfunction of muscles, joints, fascia and nerves. She has been using various rehabilitation strategies to optimize performance for almost 2 decades. Infrared laser, Kinesiology taping, Active Release Technique, joint mobilization/manipulation, Myofascial Release, Medical Neuromuscular Acupuncture, Electrical Muscular Stimulation and TENS, Cranial Sacral and Visceral Techniques (Osteopathic techniques).
 
Biomechanics is her passion, as only though understanding the ideal movement patterns of the human athlete can one achieve Optimal Performance and normal movement. The Prevention of injuries and dysfunction, and understanding the root cause of an issue is Marni's goal with any treatment. Proactive vs Reactive Therapy is KEY to maintaining Optimal Health and Performance of your human athlete.Marni Blumfald H.B.Sc., B.Sc.PT, Med Ac. marni@corerx.ca 647-273-2673
 
 
The City of Vaughan has a rich history and strong civic pride. To pay tribute to its heritage, the Canadian Heraldic Authority is granting Vaughan a Coat of Arms. This honour is bestowed by the Canadian Crown under the powers exercised by the Governor General of Canada to recognize contributions made to the community.

Residents and businesses have the opportunity to participate in the creation of this legacy piece by submitting an idea for the motto that will adorn the Coat of Arms.

 

Guidelines for Submission

The motto is a short phrase or several words, like a proverb, that expresses the accomplishments and the  philosophy of the owner of a coat of arms. The following is a list of guidelines for composing your motto  submission:
  • Maximum of 30 letters in length (numbers, symbols or other characters are not permitted)
  • Should consist of two or three nouns or adjectives
  • Preferably use phrases or proverbs which may be literary or historical in nature, or an entirely original submission
  • The language of the motto must be written in English only 

 

Some examples of mottos used by Canadian coats of arms include:

Canada - "From sea to sea"

Ontario - "Loyal she began, loyal she remains"

 

Who may submit an idea for consideration?

To be eligible to submit a proposal for the motto, you must be:

  • A resident of the City of Vaughan; or
  • An employee or owner of a business in Vaughan.

 

How do I submit an idea for consideration?

To submit your idea for the City's new motto, email your proposal to CoatOfArms@vaughan.ca or submit your idea in person or by fax to the Office of the City Clerk.

 

What is the deadline for submissions?

The deadline for motto submissions is Monday, November 13, 2017.

 

How will the motto be chosen?

Submitted mottos will be considered by Council at a future meeting, to select the motto which is incorporated into the City's new Coat of Arms.

 
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CLUB MEETING & Address

CLUB MEETING & Address

BOARD Meeting every  FIRST Monday of each Month

Regular Meeting 2nd , 3rd, 4th Monday of the Month

@ 7:00 PM

Monte Carlo Inn

705 Applewood Crescent, 
Vaughan, ON L4K 5W8
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