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We welcome guests so please join us at one of our weekly Zoom meetings, Thursday's at 12:30 pm: Please email us for details and the Zoom link  torontoeastrotary@gmail.com 
 
About Toronto East Rotary Club
Toronto East Rotary Club is part of the Rotary International network of over 35,000 clubs worldwide. TERC, founded in 1965 has approximately 40 members from a wide range of professional and social backgrounds.  Our motto is: “Service Above Self”. We strive to make a difference by supporting programs, either financially through fundraising efforts, rolling up our sleeves and getting to work or providing an avenue for building awareness of issues and organizations. Together we can help make it happen. For the past 55 years has consistently raised between $55,000 and $100,000 every year to support local community and international organizations.
 
 
 


Today we heard from Gina Iuliano Marrello, Superintendent of Student Success, Toronto Catholic District School Board who talked about her role in supporting teachers and students during the pandemic and about the development of the online learning curriculum and during the summer months the hard work developing; the hybrid combination of in-class and virtual learning program and the health and safety protocols to keep everybody safe. She discussed high teacher and administrative stress levels about being back in class and that 25% of elementary kids and 44% of high school students had stress as well. She also told us about a new 100% online school for 25,000 students they set up for those that elect to stay at home.
It was a great day for golf and over 100 people came out to our 21st Annual Golf Tournament ! Thank you golfers and sponsors for helping us raise funds to support our community.
 
To view all the pictures, go here.
 
 
Below is a letter sent to our "Toronto East Jokers" team who participated in the Rotary HIV/AIDS and Community Health Walk:
 
Dear Toronto East Jokers,
 
Thank you for your participation in the 2020 Rotary HIV/AIDS and Community Health Walk. We have surpassed many expectations, currently sitting at $23,000 raised. We had over 100 participants sign up on the website and over 300 individuals submit a donation. What an amazing achievement!
 
Another successful Friday morning delivery to Mustard Seed where volunteers are ready to pack the brown bag lunches for the lunch program.  Thank you volunteers!  Thank you Serano Bakery for preparing the sandwiches!

Learn more about our Golf Tournament on September 15th at the Richmond Hill Golf Club.

Toronto East Rotary News
 
We welcome guests so please join us at one of our weekly Zoom meetings, Thursday's at 12:30 pm: Please email us for details and the Zoom link  torontoeastrotary@gmail.com 
 
About Toronto East Rotary Club
Toronto East Rotary Club is part of the Rotary International network of over 35,000 clubs worldwide. TERC, founded in 1965 has approximately 40 members from a wide range of professional and social backgrounds.  Our motto is: “Service Above Self”. We strive to make a difference by supporting programs, either financially through fundraising efforts, rolling up our sleeves and getting to work or providing an avenue for building awareness of issues and organizations. Together we can help make it happen. For the past 55 years has consistently raised between $55,000 and $100,000 every year to support local community and international organizations.
 
 
 


Today we heard from Gina Iuliano Marrello, Superintendent of Student Success, Toronto Catholic District School Board who talked about her role in supporting teachers and students during the pandemic and about the development of the online learning curriculum and during the summer months the hard work developing; the hybrid combination of in-class and virtual learning program and the health and safety protocols to keep everybody safe. She discussed high teacher and administrative stress levels about being back in class and that 25% of elementary kids and 44% of high school students had stress as well. She also told us about a new 100% online school for 25,000 students they set up for those that elect to stay at home.
It was a great day for golf and over 100 people came out to our 21st Annual Golf Tournament ! Thank you golfers and sponsors for helping us raise funds to support our community.
 
To view all the pictures, go here.
 
 
Below is a letter sent to our "Toronto East Jokers" team who participated in the Rotary HIV/AIDS and Community Health Walk:
 
Dear Toronto East Jokers,
 
Thank you for your participation in the 2020 Rotary HIV/AIDS and Community Health Walk. We have surpassed many expectations, currently sitting at $23,000 raised. We had over 100 participants sign up on the website and over 300 individuals submit a donation. What an amazing achievement!
 
Another successful Friday morning delivery to Mustard Seed where volunteers are ready to pack the brown bag lunches for the lunch program.  Thank you volunteers!  Thank you Serano Bakery for preparing the sandwiches!

Learn more about our Golf Tournament on September 15th at the Richmond Hill Golf Club.

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