In Switzerland for a year....And he's home!
Mitchell Mahoney was selected as our 2015/2016 youth exchange student. He lived in Switzerland for almost a year! (Home July 2016) Rotary's Youth Exchange program provides opportunities for students to share their own culture and embrace a new one. Exchange fosters global peace, one student at a time. Students gain greater understanding of who they are and their own in country the process. Building world knowledge, tolerance and gratitude is what happens through the Rotary Youth Exchange program. Read Mitchell's blog, see pictures, share his experience, watch the change.
Mary Joie Agustin, a Whitby high school student, was selected as the Rotary Club of Whitby Sunrise's 2016/2017 youth exchange student. She began her 11 month adventure on August 17, 2016 when she boarded the plane to Germany. She will live with Rotarian families in Germany for almost an entire year. Rotary's Youth Exchange program provides opportunities for students to share their own culture and embrace a new one. Exchange fosters global peace, one student at a time. Students gain greater understanding of who they are and their own country the process. Building world knowledge, tolerance and gratitude is what happens through the Rotary Youth Exchange program. Read Mary Joie's blog, see pictures, share his experience, watch the change.
St. Vincents Kitchen - December
St. Vincents KitchenDec 08, 2016
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Windreach Farm - Holly Jolly Jubilee
Windreach FarmDec 10, 2016
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Delta Bingo HallDec 15, 2016
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Delta Bingo HallDec 22, 2016
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Delta Bingo HallDec 29, 2016
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Whitby Sunrise Rotarians Clean Up the Road
From Belgium and Back again
The 18 year old spent a year immersed in Canadian culture as part of the Rotary Club of Whitby Sunrise’s youth exchange program. She now speaks English fluently, has formed lifelong friendships, and learned life lessons she never expected when she stepped off the plane last August.
“It’s the best experience you could have in life to learn about yourself and learn about other people,” she said, reflecting on the past year during her last few days in Canada.
Grandview Kids One Step Closer to New Headquarters
We Paint Too!
Concerned residents rallied to save the Rowe House when Judith Barker and the late Town of Whitby councillor Shirley Scott created the Whitby Heritage Community Association. Working with the developer they managed to acquire a piece of land from the Town of Whitby to move the historic home. The developer poured a new foundation and moved the house to its current location at 301 Front St. W.
As a tribute the Ms. Scott, at the suggestion of Councillors Derrick Gleed and Elizabeth Roy, (both great members of the club) the Rotary Club of Whitby Sunrise agreed to prepare, scrape and paint the house as a community service project on May 6.
|Community. St. Vincents Kitchen, the second Thursday of every month. Whitby Sunrise Rotarians are hands on to serve. But that's not all, Whitby Sunrise Rotarians are on hand in community projects all over. Adopt a Road clean up every spring and fall. New! James ROWE House revitalization and the list goes on.|
|Giving. Little Footsteps, Big Steps. Compelling stories of generosity and changing lives. Weekly speakers inspire us. When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will have peace.|
|Superheroes! The Rotary Club of Whitby Sunrise is full of everyday heroes full of fun with fellowship. Join us for breakfast on a Wednesday morning and you'll understand more. Click here to contact us.|