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Our Motto:  Service Above Self

We meet Thursdays at 12:30 PM
Louise Cifer
417 Danforth Ave
Toronto, ON  M4K 1P1
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Our Annual golf tournament is booked and it will be held once again at Richmond Hill Golf and Country Club on Wednesday September 18th, 2019. Contact us for sponsorship opportunities or to book your foursome.  Please support our fundraising event so we can help others less fortunate in our community and around the world.
Toronto East Rotary News

Last week at Rotary, TERC member Leslie Savlov presented an engaging and informative classification talk entitled, Life, Love and Graphic Design.  Thank you Leslie!

Last week, Gina Iuliano Marrello spoke to us about Financial Literacy in the Ontario Classrooms.  Gina is Superintendent of Student Success at the Toronto Catholic District School Board.

Congratulations to Sam Paglialunga! Sam is our newest Toronto East Rotary member.

Sam (left) receives his Rotary pin from Club President Marion Chan.


Sam (left) being inducted by Membership Chair Virginia O'Reilly and, his sponsor, Joe Runza.


Joe Runza (far left) and Jim Anastasiadis (far right) of TERC present a cheque for over $4,000 to the Michael Garron Hospital Foundation.  Joe and Jim raised funds for the hospital by organizing and participating in a skate-a-thon.  Kudos to Joe and Jim! 

TERC member Shaheynoor Talukdera (right) presents a cheque to Joanne Green (left) of Opportunities for Advancement for the purchase of boxing equipment.

Upcoming Speakers
Sep 19, 2019 12:30 PM
No Luncheon
Sep 26, 2019 12:30 PM
Club Business
Mark Atanasoff
Oct 03, 2019 12:30 PM
Ontario Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Strategy
Katie Moser
Nov 14, 2019 12:30 PM
Interval House
Club Executives & Directors
Past President
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