Toronto East Rotary News
At last week's TERC luncheon, we had the pleasure of having Phylicia Davis as our speaker. Phylicia is Instructor Coordinator, Frontier College – Literacy and Basic Skills, Scarborough. In the second photo, Phylicia is thanked by TERC member Guru Bablad.
Congratulations to Nick Pappas!  Nick was the winner of 2 Toronto Maple Leaf tickets which were raffled off on September 22nd at Michael Garron Hospital's 
Kick The Stigma event.  Thank you to everyone that participated.  It was a resounding success.
Today our speaker was Megan Anevich. She is executive director of Not Far From the Tree, an organization that harvests urban fruit trees using volunteers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TERC member Marion Chan (left) presents a cheque to Megan to help expand with her groups efforts.

 

TERC was honoured to have a Rotarian guest at our most recent meeting.  Roisin McQuillan, a member of the Rotary Club of Kilkenny (Ireland), paid us a visit with her husband Malcolm.  Roisin is shown here presenting a banner to TERC President Karen Somerville and TERC Secretary Bill Dunk-Green.

At last week's BBQ, TERC was honoured to present two Paul Harris Fellow awards.  TERC Treasurer Jeff Harrison (left) along with TERC President Karen Somerville (second from right) present the awards to Kimberley Morrison (second from the left) and John Morrison (right) for their very generous donation to The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International.  Thank you again Kimberley and John!

 
 
 
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Polio Anywhere is a Risk to Children Everywhere

Polio cases have declined rapidly since 1985, but the fight isn't over. Polio is a crippling and potentially fatal infectious disease, and for as little as $0.60, a child can be protected against the virus for life. If we don't finish the fight right now, more than 10 million children under the age of five could be paralyzed by polio in the next 40 years.
 
Since the global initiative began more than 30 years ago, Rotary and its partners have reduced polio cases by more than 99 percent worldwide. There are only two countries where the wild polio virus has never been stopped: Afghanistan and Pakistan.

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There is no cure for polio, but the polio vaccine successfully prevents cases.

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