The induction ceremony for new Members of Rotary Etobicoke
Rotary Club of Etobicoke inducted its new members on Wednesday, April 18th. The online ceremony had 30 participants, including members, specials guests, new members' families, and friends.

7070 District Governor 2020-2021, Mark Chipman, presented greetings from the District and was responsible for inducting our newest members into the Rotary fold.

"As Rotarians, you have committed to take action. It is an honour and privilege to be part of this institution. You will be welcomed by 1.2 million Rotarians worldwide, and also by two thousand members from our District 7070", said Mark Chipman.

Kester Trim, Rotary Etobicoke's President 2019-2020, highlighted how the Rotary institution is essential to connect people who want to do good.

"New faces are important. Each one of us brings Rotary our enthusiasm and professional skills to share with others, doing good in Etobicoke and beyond. You belong to one of the greatest organizations in the world, welcome.", said Kester Trim.

Lynne Wallace, Chair of our Membership Committee, outlined several current projects that Rotary has that are looking for new members to participate in and most of the new members have already jumped in and are working on projects like the website refresh, membership development, International and Indigenous Committee and the STEM project.
Welcoming our new Members

- April Esteves
- Anne Heber
- Lhawang Jongdong (LJ)
- Ahalya Srikanthan
- Rosemarie Bryan
- Romulo Orlandini
- Michael Kelly

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