Toronto East Rotary News

The Toronto East Rotary Club’s 9th Annual Arts and Crafts Sale has a wonderful group of Artisans. Some of the items to delight you include jewellery for men and women, quilts, pottery, hand painted glassware, wooden bowls, preserves, paintings, stained glass, paper and textile goods, coasters and cutting boards, craft blend teas, hand crafted bath bombs, photography, handbags and pouches, holiday decorations, shawls and capes, natural shaving oil, face and body products, beeswax candles and infused honeys. There will also be live music, delicious baked goodies and yummy chili, draws and free face painting. Join us on Nov. 17, 10 -5 @EUChurch (one block west of Chester subway). The Sale supports Out of the Cold as well as other community programs. Everyone is welcome. Free.

 

Recently we had the pleasure of a visit from Mary Lou Harrison.  Mary Lou is the governor of Rotary District 7070 of which TERC is a part.  She gave an inspiring and interesting speech about our area and what we can expect and hope to do this year.  Thanks for the visit Mary Lou!

 

Thanks to the many golfer and sponsors, TERC held another successful tournament this year.  We raised over $15,000 for charities local and worldwide!  A special shout out to Jim Cremidas and team who organized the event.  A great time was had by all.

 

 

 

 
 
 
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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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