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Paige Fernandes is the 2022-23 president of the Toronto-Leaside Rotary Club. She is a passionate advocate for wellness, mental health and fitness. At the 2022 District 7070 conference on October 14-16, she led a breakout session for the delegates on wellness based on a wellness program she designed and delivered to her workplace, a LTC and Retirement facility in Toronto.
Toronto-Leaside Rotary hosted an electronic recycling event this past weekend from October 15-16. Our club endured variable weather: Rain, gusty wind and sun. We were able to collect lots of small electronics from hospitals, homes and other businesses. Thank you to everyone who donated to our events, both monetary and the electronics. We really appreciate your support to help our community! Thank you to East York Town Centre for allowing us to host our event in your parking lot! And a special thank you to the project lead, Ken Lum for all your efforts with the planning, passion and execution of the event and to the volunteers from our club who supported him, we couldn't have done this without you!
 
 
On Monday July 25th, 2022, the Rotary Club of Toronto Leaside inducted 3 new members into the club. We are pleased to have Craig Hutchinson, Peter Hutcheon and Ken Lum join our team.
Today we inducted Paige Fernandes and Liz Compton as the Rotary Club of Toronto Leaside's new presidents. Paige is the youngest president in the club's history. Liz, who has fearlessly led the club for the past 2 years, is now taking on the position of Assistant District Governor effective immediately,  We wish them continued success as we enter the new Rotary year 2022-23.
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