Speaker Date Topic
Mayor Don Mitchell Oct 28, 2020
Mayor Stuff


 

Vidal Chavannes, Ed.D Nov 04, 2020
Is Rotary Woke? A role for Rotary in the context of anti-Black racism

Vidal Chavannes, Ed.D., M.A.Ed., B.A., B.Ed., has advanced skills in education, training and development, community relationship building, Board/employee relations and strategic planning. He has worked with a variety of public, private and non-governmental institutions and organizations.

Scott Maxwell Nov 11, 2020
Wounded Warriors

Wounded Warriors Canada is a national mental health service provider utilizing clinical best practices and evidence-based care to create an environment of compassion, resiliency and hope for Canada’s Veterans, First Responders and their families.

Derek Grieve and David Barber Nov 25, 2020
Community Living Oshawa

CLOC is a charitable organization offering opportunities for personal growth, community inclusion and empowerment to people with developmental disabilities, and their families.

Mary Lou Harrison Dec 02, 2020
"Oh, the Places You'll Go - Adventures in Rotary."
Based on the book by Dr. Seuss, Mary Lou's presentation covers the places, people, and things of Rotary from a personal perspective.
It's a timely topic that gets people looking forward to getting out once the pandemic is over. Here's a recent (lightly edited) "thank you" note from a club President:
Hi, Mary Lou- I know we thanked you formally at the meeting on Sept 17, but I really wanted to extend my own, personal note of thanks.
Your talk was animated and provided an incredible overview of all that Rotary offers to members, our communities and beyond.
Your talk was an excellent introduction for our new Rotarians and a great review for the rest of us.
The knowledge and energy that you brought to the virtual meeting made us all feel as though we really were in the same room... meeting the same people...going the same places...
Thanks again, @Jean Kammermayer, President @Rotary Club of Toronto Bay-Bloor
Annual General Meeting Dec 09, 2020
Annual General Meeting.
Business Meeting/Santa Gift Exchange Dec 23, 2020
Business Meeting/Santa Gift Exchange
Cyndie Jacobs Jan 06, 2021
Harry Coleburne:Solider who brought over Winnie the Pooh.
Cyndie will be doing a presentation on her great uncle, Harry Colebourn - He is the man who bought a little black bear cub(Winnie) in 1914 in White River, took her to Quebec for military training and then took her overseas. When he had to go to the front in France, he donated her to the London Zoo, where Alan Alexander (AA) Milne and his son, Christopher Robin fell in love with her. Hence, Winnie-the-Pooh.
Cyndie has done the presentation for several Rotary Clubs (Uxbridge, Toronto-Scarborough, Bowmanville, Toronto-Rosedale, Toronto-downtown, Oshawa, Stratford and a couple of others) and a few Probus Clubs.
Business Meeting Jan 20, 2021
Business Meeting
Business Meeting Feb 17, 2021
Business Meeting
Business Meeting Mar 17, 2021
Business Meeting
Business Meeting Apr 21, 2021
Business Meeting