Toronto Leaside Rotary Annual Community Corn Roast
     Toronto Leaside Rotary Club
26th Annual Community Corn Roast
Trace Manes Park
(McRae Dr. & Millwood Rd)
Sunday September 15, 2019
12:00 noon – 5:00 pm
Face Painting, Motor Scooters Giant Slide
Children’s Games and Competitions
Lots of fun things for the Family
Corn on the Cob, Hot Dogs
 Desserts and Ice Cream
Free Admission!
Food, drink and 50-50 raffle tickets on sale at the park.
COME ONE; COME ALL and help support the work which Leaside Rotary does in the community and internationally
Contact George Hurst or
Bob Chapman
The Rotary Club of Toronto-Leaside has agreed to adopt
The Toronto Commandery Hospice as a long-term focus
The club will:
  • Promote public awareness of hospice care to our community
  • Raise funds for the Toronto Commandery Hospice Capital Campaign
  • Promote awareness of hospice care to other Rotarians in Toronto and to encourage their support for the hospice
Our Vision is to continually be a high profile, dynamic service organization within the Leaside area actively involved in worthwhile community and international projects, which make a difference in the lives of all involved.
What is Rotary?
In 1905, the efforts of a young lawyer to create a small and friendly world inside a huge and indifferent city, led to his discovery that there are many others in need of friendship. Paul Harris, a Chicago lawyer, and three friends banded together and called themselves the Rotary Club of Chicago. The name came from their practice of rotating meetings in the members' places of business and their object was to "encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enterprise."
Rotary is the largest service club in the world and one of the largest non-governmental organizations in existence. It is important that the public know that there are no administrative costs attached to funds raised by local Rotary clubs. Every dollar raised goes directly to the source charity.
Most Rotarians contribute to the Rotary International Foundation. An impressive 91% of funds received are spent on programs and the foundation has received the highest level 4-star rating from Charity Navigator.
In 1911, the first Canadian Rotary Club and also the first international club was founded in Winnipeg. The Leaside club know as the Toronto-Leaside Rotary Club was chartered in April, 1940. Today, Rotary is a global network of over 35,000 clubs with 1.2 million members who are neighbours, friends, leaders and problem-solvers who come together to make positive, lasting change in communities at home and abroad.
To support and comply with the principles of Rotary International and accomplish the Object of Rotary.
We want to be recognized as being the premier community service club in the Leaside area; be known as the "go to" club to make things happen. We will demonstrate leadership in the community by supporting and encouraging community projects. We are involved in local, regional and global initiatives to help others.
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Welcome to our Club!

Toronto Leaside

Service Above Self

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Longo's Grocery Store
2nd Floor Loft
93 Laird Drive
Toronto, ON  M4G 3V1
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Although each Rotary club develops autonomous service programs, all Rotarians worldwide are united in a campaign for the global eradication of polio. PolioPlus, the most ambitious program in Rotary's history, is the volunteer arm of the global partnership dedicated to eradicating polio. Since 1985, Rotary has led the private sector in the global effort to rid the world of this crippling disease. Today, PolioPlus and its role in the initiative is recognized worldwide as a model of public-private cooperation in pursuit of a humanitarian goal.  In 1985 there were 350,000 cases of polio in 125 endemic countries.  Today that number has decreased to less than 20 cases in 2 endemic countries.
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