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The 18th annual Toronto East Rotary Club golf tournament was held on September 14th at Sleepy Hollow Golf & Country Club. This year’s tournament was very successful raising over $25,000!  A big thank you goes out to all members who volunteered their time on golf day, all those that brought in sponsors or golfers and our great golf committee that did such great work to ensure a successful tournament.   
On Sunday September 10th, hundreds of District 7070 Rotarians participated in the annual Rotary Foundation Walk including TERC rotarians Mike Phelan and Bill Dunk-Green.  This year was special as it was the 100th since the creation of the Rotary Foundation.  Over $100,000 was raised including $1,000+ from our local club.  Congratulations to all who participated and helped out!
Malcolm Lamont [here being thanked by Rotarian Robert Payne] was our guest speaker at last week's luncheon.  Malcolm has always been intrigued by wine, and after taking his first course in oenology fell in love with the wide world of wine study. That led him to complete a Sommelier Certification at Algonquin College, as well as the Certified Specialist of Wine credential with the Society of Wine Educators.  Malcolm entertained and informed us about the world of wine.  To find out more about his company visit
TERC member Steve Mastoras thanks Pete Bombaci for his talk on the Generator Project.  The goal of the project is "to make the world a happier and healthier place by reminding people about the importance of face to face social connection and inspiring them to take action".  Get more information at the

Tomorrow (August 31st) we are thrilled to have Pete Bombaci of The Generator Project as our guest speaker.

Pete is a passionate, grassroots brand builder who both develops business strategy and then translates that strategy into 360° multi-channel activation. He has a passion for building great culture and leading cohesive teams focused on a well laid out vision. His background includes senior level leadership roles across a broad experience base which has taken him from sales to marketing to CEO type roles, from for-profit to not-for-profit and from working for major corporations to having launched his own independent consulting business and a passion initiative, The Generator Project. 

18th Annual TERC Golf Tournament
Once again and for the 18th year in a row the Toronto East Rotary Club is holding its annual golf tournament on September 14th at Sleepy Hollow Golf & Country Club. This year’s golf tournament is shaping up to be the most exciting yet. 
Register & pay early (August 24th) to save and be entered into a draw for a major prize for early bird registrants only. Don’t miss out!
This year you will be welcomed at 10:30 a.m. at our registration table where everyone will receive a fabulous gift to take home. A delicious BBQ lunch will be served starting at 11:00 a.m. You will be on your carts by 11:45 a.m. with a shotgun start promptly at 12:00 p.m. There will be refreshments on the course, as well as several stations with fruits and goodies to keep you in fine form. Cocktails and an abundant Buffet Dinner to follow after the golf game at 5:00 p.m. You can bid on our silent auction items all with a value of over $100, as well as some exciting items on our live auction that will be priceless. 
For over 50 years Toronto East Rotary Club has supported many essential community services. We are active in health initiatives for women and children, educational bursaries, sports programs and economic initiatives for those in need. 
We have supported the following organizations: Michael Garron Hospital, Emily House, Meals on Wheels, Interval House, WoodGreen Community Services, Regent Park CRC Community Programs and many other local community organizations. Our global initiatives include building schools in third world countries and ensuring fresh, safe water is supplied where needed in the world.
Since 1965, the Toronto East Rotary Club has had a single goal: “Service Above Self”. We make a difference in our community with our time and talents and with every dollar we have raised from our events including our annual golf tournament. For the past 17 years this tournament has succeeded because of you - the golfers who attend and the valued partners who sponsor our tournament. We are reaching out to you again for your support to help us continue to help those that need us the most. Please consider partnering with us again this year to make a difference!
Click here to download the registration form.
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