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Welcome to Our Club! celebrating 70th anniversary
Richmond Hill

SERVICE ABOVE SELF

We meet In Person
Mondays at 6:30 PM
Sheraton Parkway Hotel
600 HWY-7 E
Richmond Hill, ON L4B 1B2
Canada
Upcoming Event
Due to Coronavirus COVID 19
Our meetings are done through Zoom/online
contact us if you would like to join
 
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Rotary Clubs of Newmarket and Richmond Hill joined together to hear Valarie Wafer, Rotary International Director 2020-22, Chair Rotary International Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Task Force, Rotary International Vice President 2021-2022.  A charismatic and inspiring speaker, she spoke about many topics of interest.  She congratulated our clubs in particular, and Rotary clubs in general for making the adjustments to harness technology to remain relevant in throughout the Covid pandemic.  She discussed the progress that Rotary continues to make to become more Diverse, Equal and Inclusive.  She related how one of the most under appreciated benefits that Rotary provides its members is providing a means to learn and develop leadership skills.  Thank you so much Valarie!
September 30th
 
Let's honour the lost children and survivors of residential schools, their families and communities.
 
We encourage our members and our community to take this day to reflect, listen and learn about the First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.
 
This Saturday, September 25, join our President-elect Jennifer Jones on the global stage at Global Citizen's #GlobalCitizenLive for 24 hours of performances and speeches that will empower us to take action on protecting our planet and ending poverty.

Visit https://lnkd.in/gcsYcvZA for details on watching and participating in the event, and share this post to spread the word.
A million thanks to our volunteer team and to our supporters and donors for your incredible work over the past few months leading up to Run Day 2021. It was another challenging year, your faith in the work of the Foundation saw us through it all.
We wanted to share with you a post-Run update
Online totals for RICHMOND HILL: $ 13,824.19
Terry Fox…
An Inspiration For Everyone
Please help us help a sister in need!

The Rotary Club of Richmond Hill is collecting purses for the "Fill a Purse for a Sister Campaign". Can you please help us?
Often women in distress arrive at a shelter with nothing. A purse brings comfort, hope and dignity to women and youth in crisis with the gift of purses filled with personal necessities. It is a very small cost which can bring a smile in difficult times.

Let's get started!

Choose a beloved gently used purse, or purchase a new one. With love and thoughtfulness, fill the purse with items such as feminine hygiene products, tissues, shampoo, conditioner, face mask (not disposable), hand sanitizer, toothbrush, floss, hair brush, gloves, hat, scarf, lip balm, coffee shop gift card, notepad, pen, a whistle or flashlight.

Where do I drop off the purses? Rotary is collecting at two locations in Richmond Hill:
 
1. Dr. C.P. Giri - Dentist
or
Eggsmart
155 East Beaver Creek Rd, Richmond Hill.

If you need more information please contact Veda Harricharran at vharrich@gmail.com<mailto:vharrich@gmail.com>

Please support this wonderful cause!
Last week we had our Richmond Hill Rotary Bottle and Food Drive.  About $1000 of money raised by returning refundable bottles and cans (still picking up some more bottles tomorrow).  900 pounds of food was gathered for the Richmond Hill Community Food Bank.  What a great result!  Thank you to all of you who donated.
 
Below is a photo of the Food Bank's Lee Reynolds accepting food from Rotarians: Club President Raj Rajasri, Veda Harricharran, Peter Szoke and Jason Cherniak.
 
 
 
The event featured a lot of great Rotarians in action.  Below we have CP, Gordon, Krysta, David and Samantha.
 
 
 
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 10660 Yonge St., 
PO Box 30568
Richmond Hill
 ON L4C 3C9
 
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