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Since July of 2015, this unusual music education project has given young people in mixed-income Toronto communities hands-on access to synthesis, beat programming and sampling. In February of 2016, in cooperation with the Toronto Kiwanis Boys and Girls Clubs, young Blackball participants performed live and un-automated before their peers and family members. To date, some 70 youth and children have taken part in the Blackball project. And there are more sites, more clients and more awe-inspiring electronic sounds yet to come.
 
John Copping
As the first centre for abused women and children in Canada, they are leaders in the campaign for women’s empowerment, providing innovative, specialized services that help abused women and their children transform their lives and break the cycle of violence.
 
President Jim Cremidas (Toronto East Rotary), Katie Mosher (Interval House), Jim Anastasiadis (Toronto East Rotary)
Sunnybrook is the largest veterans' care facility in Canada. Working in close partnership with Veterans Affairs Canada, they offer long term to 475 veterans from the Second World War and Korean War.  The funds will be used by the veteran's council as the deem appropriate.
Back row: Lt. Col Paul Brunberg, Todd Ross,
Front Row: Eric Mullaney, Jack Embrey, Jim Cremidas
 
 
We welcome our newest member Justin Van Dette
 
 
Toronto East Rotary Opens the Market
 
 
 
 
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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.

It’s Achievable: 

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

End Polio Now!

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Dr. Raffy Chouljian, Jennifer Boyd & Ryan Fogarty
Dec 08, 2016
Conquer Kilimanjaro, Conquer Polio 2016
Jeff Rayman
Dec 15, 2016
Human Rights in a Corporate World
William Chan
Dec 22, 2016
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