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UPCOMING SPEAKERS AND EVENTS

April 29, 20179:30 am - 8:00 pm
Leuty Pavilion, Lee Avenue on the Boardwalk, Toronto, ON http://toronto.rotaryaidswalk.ca/

Watch HIV: Just The Facts - https://youtu.be/thESDp99Zlg

The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and the World Health Organization (WHO) estimate that AIDS has killed more than 25 million people since it was first recognized on June 5, 1981. About 38.6 million people now live with the disease worldwide and approximately 20% of those who die from AIDS-related causes are children.

The Rotary AIDS Walk raises funds for Rotary Clubs and NGO's to provide support to HIV/AIDS-impacted communities through education, prevention, treatment, support for orphans, surviving guardians and people living with AIDS, including the provision of drinking water, food, and shelter. All participating organizations are vetted to ensure their effectiveness. More: http://toronto.rotaryaidswalk.ca/

Join RTW at the event, or sponsor the walk: https://www.gifttool.com/athon/MyFundraisingPage?ID=1945&AID=3488&PID=605266

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Watch HIV: Just The Facts - https://youtu.be/thESDp99Zlg

The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and the World Health Organization (WHO) estimate that AIDS has killed more than 25 million people since it was first recognized on June 5, 1981. About 38.6 million people now live with the disease worldwide and approximately 20% of those who die from AIDS-related causes are children.

The Rotary AIDS Walk raises funds for Rotary Clubs and NGO's to provide support to HIV/AIDS-impacted communities through education, prevention, treatment, support for orphans, surviving guardians and people living with AIDS, including the provision of drinking water, food, and shelter. All participating organizations are vetted to ensure their effectiveness. More: http://toronto.rotaryaidswalk.ca/

Join RTW at the event, or sponsor the walk: https://www.gifttool.com/athon/MyFundraisingPage?ID=1945&AID=3488&PID=605266
May 6, 20179:00 am - 9:00 pm
York University https://www.crsadmin.com/EventPortal/Registrations/PublicFill/EventPublicFill.aspx?evtid=d6fd18ab-a715-4c4d-b494-1deec703004a

From https://www.rotaractd7070.org/conference -
"This year we are celebrating the annual conference getting inspired by the Randy Newman theme song written for the Disney Pixar's trilogy Toy's Story. Whether or not you are a Rotarian, Rotaractor, Interactor, RYLA Graduate, Exchange Student or otherwise, we want you to join us! We want to help you develop your soft skills and to get a better understanding of yourself. Furthermore, learn what we're all about!"

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From https://www.rotaractd7070.org/conference -
"This year we are celebrating the annual conference getting inspired by the Randy Newman theme song written for the Disney Pixar's trilogy Toy's Story. Whether or not you are a Rotarian, Rotaractor, Interactor, RYLA Graduate, Exchange Student or otherwise, we want you to join us! We want to help you develop your soft skills and to get a better understanding of yourself. Furthermore, learn what we're all about!"
May 9, 201712:00 am - 12:00 pm
Humber Valley United Church

Rotary Toronto West will celebrate the chartering of Richview Collegiate Institute's Interact Club on May 9th at Humber Valley United Church. Watch this space for details closer to the event.

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Rotary Toronto West will celebrate the chartering of Richview Collegiate Institute's Interact Club on May 9th at Humber Valley United Church. Watch this space for details closer to the event.
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ABOUT US

We are a member club of Rotary International and part of District 7070, an organization of professional persons, united worldwide, which provides humanitarian service, encourages ethical standards in all vocations and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. This is exemplified in Rotary’s official motto: “Service Above Self”.

Our club has a very rich and eventful history, with the original charter dating back to 1955. We meet weekly at The Montgomerys Inn, a historic museum in Etobicoke, located in west Toronto. Our membership is a cross section of the business and professional community, plus an ever increasing complement of active young men and women to nurture and sustain our club in the new millennium.

We believe in strong fellowship, principally through our weekly meetings, where we explore and discuss a broad range of interesting topics, as well as through committee participation that helps to foster deeper friendships, mutual respect and understanding. We provide ample opportunities for participation and fulfillment by engaging in a variety of events and fund-raising activities. We work very closely within our community, contributing our efforts and experience and the funds that we raise for worthy causes. We are also active in our District, and support selected projects in Canada and internationally.

Within our club, as throughout the Rotary world, race, nationality, sex, religion or politics do not enter into the criteria for membership.

We always welcome visitors and guests to enjoy a complimentary breakfast on Thursdays at the Montgomery’s Inn. Check our calendar and come out to hear one of our interesting speakers chat on a wide variety of topics. Enjoy some convivial time together and meet our fun and always friendly members.

1955

We are a member club of Rotary International and part of District 7070, an organization of professional persons, united worldwide, which provides humanitarian service, encourages ethical standards in all vocations and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. This is exemplified in Rotary’s official motto: “Service Above Self”.

Our club has a very rich and eventful history, with the original charter dating back to 1955. We meet weekly at The Montgomerys Inn, a historic museum in Etobicoke, located in west Toronto. Our membership is a cross section of the business and professional community, plus an ever increasing complement of active young men and women to nurture and sustain our club in the new millennium.

1960

We believe in strong fellowship, principally through our weekly meetings, where we explore and discuss a broad range of interesting topics, as well as through committee participation that helps to foster deeper friendships, mutual respect and understanding. We provide ample opportunities for participation and fulfillment by engaging in a variety of events and fund-raising activities. We work very closely within our community, contributing our efforts and experience and the funds that we raise for worthy causes. We are also active in our District, and support selected projects in Canada and internationally.

Within our club, as throughout the Rotary world, race, nationality, sex, religion or politics do not enter into the criteria for membership.

MEET OUR TEAM

PRESIDENT

Leighton Reid

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PRESIDENT – ELECT

Terry Donohue

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SECRETARY

Paul Collier

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TREASURER

David Crack

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PAST PRESIDENT

Brian Spencer

CHAIR – MEMBERSHIP

Bryan Pett

CHAIR – COMMUNITY SERVICE

John Muto

CHAIR – INTERNATIONAL SERVICE

Patricia Wright

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Rotary Club Toronto West

12 Thirty Third St Etobicoke, ON M8W 3G8, Toronto

Phone: (416) 352-5626

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