Rotarians Making a Difference...
The Etobicoke Rotary Club members came together to drop off Christmas Food Baskets on Saturday December 12th for distribution to the local Women's Habitat Shelter. Over 50 baskets were collected with yummy food items that will be shared amongst the members of this community. Our Rotary Club would like to offer a special thanks to Ralf Chiodo and family for their generous help in making this Christmas project a Holiday success! 
Michael handing off 50 toothbrushes and 50 toothpaste, this morning (while observing proper social distancing measures :) ) to Iosif for delivery to the Rotaract “Small Acts of Kindness” campaign.
 
The donation supplies came from Rotarian dentist, Dr. Raffy Chouljian. 
 
Third contribution of pasta bakes and food items from Rotarians on behalf of Rotary Etobicoke's COVID 19 Committee.
This program takes place every second Tuesday.
 
 
Thank you Sean O'Neill (in image) of Canadian Liquids Processors, Barry Friesen and Emterra Group who donated 4L jugs and 600 ml bottles hand sanitizers for distribution to our community partners. 
 
Highlight photos of projects for Women's Habitat, All Saints Kingsway and Elisa House Women's Shelter. 
 
 
Dear club members,
 
As you know, the COVID-19 situation is fluid. Earlier, public health officials have asked Canadians to limit gatherings in an effort to slow down the spread of the disease. Practice Social Distance – person to person contact of any kind should be stopped. Whenever possible, maintain two meters between yourself and others to avoid contamination.
 
As leaders in Etobicoke, we think it's important to lead by example. So, in keeping with the best advice of the experts, out of an abundance of caution and with due concern for some of our members, it was decided to postpone all in-person club events that have been scheduled until the end of April.  This includes our twice a month lunch meetings, committee meetings, the 90th Anniversary Celebration, the Rethink Plastics Event and Hands on Projects.

Rotary Club Hockey Drive has donated over 50 tonnes of new and gently used hockey equipment to remote First Nations. 

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Club Meetings
The Honourable Bryon Wilfert, Chair, CTL Education
Jan 27, 2021 12:18 PM
Canadian and Global Education - A Post Pandemic Reality
 
 
Executives & Directors
President
President Elect
Secretary
Treasurer
Past President
Community Service
Vocational Service
International & Indigenous Service
Hands On & Covid-19 Committee
Other
Other
The Rotary Foundation
New Generations