Title Author Date
Rotary Club of Mississauga - City Centre is become the member of Mississauga Board of Trade
Rotary Club of Mississauga - City Centre is become the member of Mississauga Board of Trade (Chamber of Commerce) as an organization. It means that we all become the member of MBOT (Mississauga Board of Trade). Now we can attend all the events they offer by going to MBOT's website.
Rotary Club of Mississauga - City Centre is become the member of Mississauga Board of Trade Hashim Taqvi 2016-02-12 00:00:00Z
Three Cheers For Our Rotary Volunteers
You will be pleased to know that by  volunteering to assist at  the Annual Christmas Kettle Program, you helped our  Rotary Club raise close to $4,000 for The Salvation Army in  support of  many needy families in our community .
Three Cheers For Our Rotary Volunteers Joe Berlettano 2016-01-29 00:00:00Z
Rotary FIFA 16 Fundraising Tournament Launch Event
I am pleased to inform that we completed our first FIFA tournament successfully on Sunday, January 24, 2016. The tournament lasted for about 5.5 hours roughly. We had 40 visitors in total including participants, their families/friends and our club members. We had a great feedback, both from the participants and also from Microsoft staff who hosted us. 
Rotary FIFA 16 Fundraising Tournament Launch Event Ali Vural 2016-01-27 00:00:00Z
Rotary Serving Humanity - Rotary Theme for 2016-17 Revealed
RI President-elect John F. Germ chose Rotary Serving Humanity as his theme for 2016-17. Noting Rotary’s unique ability to bring together committed professionals to achieve remarkable goals, Germ believes that “now is the time to capitalize on our success: as we complete the eradication of polio, and catapult Rotary forward to be an even greater force for good in the world.”
Rotary Serving Humanity - Rotary Theme for 2016-17 Revealed 2016-01-19 00:00:00Z
Gaming For A Cause - FIFA 16 Fundraising Tournament is launched!
I am very pleased to inform that we have completed the launch of our website www.gamingforacause.org for our new fund raising program and already started taking registrations. As every new project, we need your help at this moment to improve the awareness and marketing and We request participation from all of you . 
Gaming For A Cause - FIFA 16 Fundraising Tournament is launched! Ali Vural 2016-01-08 00:00:00Z

Fellow Rotations and Friends

Season's greetings and a very Happy new year to you from the members of Rotary Club of Mississauga - City Centre.

We would like to share here that our Seniors' Christmas Lunch was covered in North Mississauga Snap magazine. Look for the paper magazine at different locations in the city. You can also view the coverage at the following link:


Wishing you all the best.

We Got SNAPED! Ali Jawad (A J) Rana 2016-01-01 00:00:00Z
Annual Salvation Army Christmas Kettles at Square One

A Very Special Thank You is extended to the Rotary Team of dedicated and committed volunteers for manning the Annual Salvation Army Christmas Kettles at Square One.  All Rotarians and Friends of our Rotary Club can be proud of their accomplishment.  Your volunteer work has made it possible for The Salvation Army to make a difference in our community.  

Annual Salvation Army Christmas Kettles at Square One Joe Berlettano 2015-12-14 00:00:00Z
Dictionaries Distribution at Brian W. Fleming Public School
Every year, members of Rotary Club of Mississauga - City Centre, Go out and distribute Dictionaries and Thesauri to deserving students of Brian W. Fleming Public School. According to a recent survey, Brian W. Fleming Public School is one of the top five school in Mississauga, where most of the students come from Low Income Families. Quite a few students come to school without having a breakfast. (Our club also support the Breakfast program of the School).
Dictionaries Distribution at Brian W. Fleming Public School Ali Jawad (A J) Rana 2015-12-11 00:00:00Z
Our Clubs 22nd Annual Seniors Christmas Luncheon on 2nd. Dec.was a Huge Success!

With the largest number ever to attend this annual event, close to 100 people celebrated  the start of the  New Festive Season with an abundance of fun, cheer, seasonal entre, and dessert.  Seniors at the luncheon came from The Salvation Army, The Tyndall Seniors Retirement Village, King’s Garden Retirement Living, Cooksville Care Centre, and Villa Forum Long Term Care Home.   Also in attendance were visiting Rotarians including our Keynote Speaker District Governor Will Pugh, Friends of Rotary and member Rotarians.

Our Clubs 22nd Annual Seniors Christmas Luncheon on 2nd. Dec.was a Huge Success! Joe Berlettano 2015-12-09 00:00:00Z
Turning adversity into opportunity
Today we did not had a Speaker so we had 2 Ted Talks played in the meeting. Both of them we great inspiring videos but I am sharing here the Ted Talk we played 1st on the topic of "Turning adversity into opportunity". I am sharing this because i got few emails from members in attendance who were touched by this video and asked me for the link to it. Here is the video.
Turning adversity into opportunity Ali Jawad (A J) Rana 2015-11-05 00:00:00Z
Good News from Nigeria. #endpolionow
One more down, two to go. As of July 24, Nigeria has completed one entire year without any cases of polio.  Not one child afflicted with this crippling disease.  And you did it. Our members deserve to hear about this success, and to hear a heartfelt thank you for their support.   

There are a couple of notes attached from the foundation, if you want more information you are encouraged to google "polio plus", or surf the Rotary.org website.  But please inform our clubs and our members of this success.

Nigeria still has to remain vigilant, but the toughest year has passed.  Now, let us focus on those remaining countries of Afghanistan and Pakistan.   We will eradicate this disease, we will deliver this gift to the world.   And with your continued support, we may look back on 2015 as the year we recorded the last case of polio in the world.  Ever.  Imagine that, and smile just a little bit.  
Good News from Nigeria. #endpolionow 2015-07-27 00:00:00Z
Rotary Club of Mississauga - City Centre, Welcome the newest Rotarian from Mississauga
Rotary Club of Mississauga - City Centre, Welcome the newest Rotarian from Mississauga, Nicole Elfar-Troiana. Nicole is the Executive Director of Retire At Home Services in Mississauga. 

We Welcome her to the Rotary Family.
Rotary Club of Mississauga - City Centre, Welcome the newest Rotarian from Mississauga 2015-07-22 00:00:00Z
Father's Day in Canada
Father's Day is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm and fanfare.
Dad's are important!

Fathers Day in Canada is also celebrated on third Sunday of June.
people in Canada  wear roses to express gratitude for their fathers.

Traditionally, if the person is wearing a red rose, it symbolizes the person's father is alive.
Likewise, a white rose means that the person's father is no more.

Children in Canada express affection and honor for their dads by presenting them cards,
flowers, and chocolates. In modern times, several other gifts of love including neckties, shirts,
electronic gadgets, stationery items .

Another noticeable trend about Fathers Day celebration in Canada
is that apart from their biological father people wish “Happy Father's Day”
to their grandfathers, stepfathers, foster father, uncles or
any other man who is as affectionate and loving towards them as a father.

Dining out with family is another popular Fathers Day tradition in Canada.
No wonder, restaurants and eating places witness a rush on the occasion.

Of course Dad's get to choose the spot but it must be "out".
Moms get the day off too!
FATHER'S DAY IN CANADA - JUNE 16 Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-06-05 00:00:00Z
1. A 16 year old asked her dad to take her out
again in the family car for driving practise.
"Sit in the passenger seat, Dad."she said
Dad said " No, I am going to sit in the back.
It is my turn to kick the seat while you Drive."
2. A Mom and son are returning from Kansas to Toronto
to meet Dad at the airport.
She says
" Now remember Tommy,
give your Dad a hug first,
then hug Rover."

LAST LAUGH Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-06-05 00:00:00Z
President Nalaka: Chaired & opened our General Member Discussion
                               by saying
                               "Let's first address membership and retention
                                and then fund raising. Comments welcome:"
ALAN: Although we have four new members, two cannot attend
           due to changes in their employment conditions.
NALAKA: We have no new members here to-day. We need to
            involve them more.
PATRICIA: Members are required to inform me as  secretary
                  of the reasons for their absences and location
                  and dates of their make-ups, or we cannot credit
                  them with meeting attendance requirements.
                  Those travelling might well be doing make-ups??
ALAN: Let's start July 1st with any changes we need.
ROLF: It is very difficult to inform you before of travel plans,
                changes which may well be last minute. 
                 ( editor - But we could inform you after)
JOE: Recruitment this year needs to be credited to many
              members. We can all be involved. We have many forms:
               Full Membership, Associate Membership, other ideas
                for other forms are welcome. Retention is also needed. 
BRENDA: If we sponsor a member we should keep contact,
                invite them to drive to events with us, call to see if
                they are well when they miss a meeting, be-friend
                them beyond meeting time.Acquaintanceship was the
                original reason for Paul Harris forming Rotary and
                remains the best part!
LOUIS: We can all do that1 Just phone and say a friendly
             "How are you? Where are you? We miss you?"
LOBNA: Both involvement and communication are needed
              for retention!
JOE: We could have a telephone committee
         (editor especially before an event)
PATRICA: Doing make-ups at other clubs is a great way
            to understand Rotary and meet new members
DESH: Spread the duties.The Board is overloaded.
           Others need to pitch in.
ADEL: Sometimes we just need to ask/invite others
           to lend a hand. They may be unaware of need.
BRENDA: We are tough on ourselves! AS a small club
           we are trying to be a big club. We had better
           than 70% attendance at our last fund raiser
           We are one of just over 20 clubs in our
           District to qualify for the President's Citation
           We were able to match the challenge for
            PolioPlus (with treasurer Alan's great direction!).
            We have Nalaka, Tim, and Ali in line for
            Presidents. Let gloat!

1. We all can play a part in membership and retention
    Bring a friend to Rotary next week and
    make a friendly call to a member 
    who was not at Rotary to-day!
2. Joe will send me his fund raising ideas and I shall
    put them in the Bulletin for all to consider.
CLUB ASSEMBLY Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-06-05 00:00:00Z
 1. Ali Fuat Viral has accepted the position
of President Elect for 2014-15.
                                                   Thank you Ali!  
2. The Yearly Executive Change-Over Party will be at the LAC on Sunday,
June 30th, beginning at 6:00 PM until 9:00PM. It is a dinner event,   
similar in format to last year.
It  is scheduled to take place in the Staging Room at the Living Arts Centre .
Wine / beer cash bar operated by LAC.
Dinner commences at 6.45 pm. RCM-CC Members free : Guests $40. Program to follow.
3. Our new District Governor Mike has set a tentative date to visit our Club of Sept. 25th.
4. David Grabb spoke about the RC of Mississauga
and our club partnering to host an exchange student,
Renan Barbosa from Natal, Brazil next Rotary year
Brenda and Stan will host Renan for the first part of his exchange.
Our out-bound student is David Ganco from Mentor College.
5. On July 3rd 2013 our District 7080 has a Change-of leadership
and Year-end Celebration. All members are welcome.
It is at a beautiful location at an old hotel in the Palgrave area.
Be sure to bring your significant other.
Register on line by going to the District 7080 website.
Rumour has it that Presidential Citations are presented there!

          6. If you are a long time Rotarian and have had a Police Check
             please see Secretary Patricia and complete a form.
             If you are a new Rotarian please get a Police Check and give a copy
             to Patricia for our  Club files.
             We serve young and old in our community and thus need
             Police checks on file for all members.
           7. Our Rotary meeting for July 10th 2014 is cancelled.
`MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS of MTG MAY 29 , 2013 Brenda A Molloy-Measures 2013-06-05 00:00:00Z
"Nothing in the world can take the place of persistence.
Talent will not; nothing in the world is more common than unsuccessful men with talent.
Genius will not; unrewarded genius is a proverb.
Education will not; the world is full of educated derelicts.
Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent..."

.... Calvin Coolidge

LLOYD GUNBY - PERSISTENCE Brenda A Molloy-Measures 2013-06-05 00:00:00Z
"Life is like this:
Learn the wisdom of compromise
for it is better to bent a little than to break."
....."The Difference Between Diplomacy and Self Destruction" J.A. Kaiser
MOWAFFAQ'S QUOTATION Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-06-05 00:00:00Z
The good things in life come to us in a mixture.
Be sure to include WHOLE PINEAPPLE in your diet!
The whole fruit gives you everything nutritionally.
Juice alone doesn't.
Avoid the waste/waist
of smoothies and juices.
Eat the fruit!
The pineapple is a member of the bromeliad family.
It is extremely rare that bromeliads produce edible fruit.
The pineapple is the only known edible bromeliad.

Pineapples stop ripening the minute they are picked.
No special way of storing them will help ripen them further.
Colour is relatively unimportant in determining ripeness.

Store cut-up pineapple in the refrigerator.
But, to taste it fully leave it at room temperature
at least one hour before eating.

Choose your pineapple by smell.
If it smells fresh, tropical, and sweet, it will be a good fruit.

The more scales on the pineapple, the sweeter and juicier the taste.

After you cut off the top, you can plant the top.
In canada that means just set it on top of sandy soil,
in a pot, indoors.
Pineapple is high in vitamin C, fiber, manganese, bromelain
and many other ingrediends when the fruit (not just juice)
is eaten.

Pineapple is high in manganese,
a mineral that is critical to development
of strong bones and connective tissue.
It works along with calcium and protein.

Bromelain, a proteolytic enzyme,
is the key to pineapple's digestive value.

Proteolytic means "breaks down protein",
which is why pineapple is known to be a digestive aid.
It helps the gut to digest proteins more efficiently.
(Don’t use pineapple in jellies,
it breaks the gelatine proteins un-gelling it.)

Oranges are a popular because they are high in Vitamin C.
Fresh pineapple is not only high in vitamin C,
but because of the Bromelain,
it has the ability to reduce mucous in the throat.
If you have a cold with a mucus producing cough,
add pineapple to your diet.

It is commonly used in Europe
as a post-operative measure to cut mucous
after certain sinus and throat operations.

It's also good for a healthier mouth.
It discourages plaque growth.

Drink a mouth full of water after
because like most fruit it has acids which
if left in contact with your tooth enamel,
can soften the enamel.
(It is also wise to drink a little water after coffee, tea, wine …
and most other drinks and food.)

FOOD FOR THOUGHT Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-06-05 00:00:00Z
Q: What famous North American landmark is constantly moving backward?

A: The North American landmark that is constantly moving backward is 
    Niagara Falls.
   The rim is worn down about two and a half feet each year
    because of the millions of gallons of water that rushover it every minute!

JAY'S THOUGHTS Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-06-05 00:00:00Z
ALL (13)
MEMBERS: (9) Adel, Brenda, Alan, Sheila, Patricia,
                        Joe, Desh, Rolf, Nalaka
VISITING ROTARIANS:(2) Lobna (Eygpt), Louis (Antigua)
GUESTS:(1) Jessica Morris (Insurance & Investment)
CHAIR: President Nalaka
4-WAY TEST: Patricia
50/50 WINNER: Lobna $20.
We are happy to welcome Jessica Morris as our guest!
LOBNA - my son is 30!
PATRICIA - gargening is fun!
SHEILA - warm weather is here!
JOY & JOE - we had a wonderful time on Friday at Patricia and
          Rudy's for POLIO-PLUS!
JESSICA- my beautiful daughter Brianna is almost 3!
BRENDA - Stan fell and has several broken ribs
                 but is mending well!
ATTENDANCE & HAPPY BUCKS Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-06-05 00:00:00Z
For the Garden of Your Daily Living
Plant three rows of peas:
1. Peace of mind
2. Peace of heart
3. Peace of soul

Plant four rows of squash
1. Squash gossip
2. Squash indifference
3. Squash grumbling
4.Squash selfishness
No garden without turnips:
1. Turnip for meetings
2. Turnip for service
3. Turnip to help one another
To conclude our garden we must have thyme:
1. Thyme for each other
2. Thyme for family
Enjoy Rotary!
I do!
Sir Louis
SIR LOUIS - MY CORNER Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-06-05 00:00:00Z
There are many problems with this Version #3 of the Bulletin Format.
The order of Articles is in error and not what was set.
The confirmation is very slow.
Please overlook the length of some articles because editing is too difficult.
Articles jump around and some old ones appear even after they are removed!
BULLETIN VERSION 3 Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-06-04 00:00:00Z
ATTENDANCE: (18) MAY 22, 2013
ROTARIANS: Desh, Patricia, Eugene, Tim, Joe, Nalaka, Brenda, Ali
VISITING ROTARIANS: Stan (RC M-West), Louis (RC of  Antigua), Mowaffaq
GUESTS: Linda Book, Pat, Esther, Laura, Christine, Civita
CHAIR: President Nalaka
4-WAY TEST: Adel lead us
WON 50/50: $21. Eugene
HAPPY BUCKS:   ($11.50) We were happy because:
EVERYONE: Pat and Lloyd are celebrating 70 years of marriage!
PATRICIA: grandson's birthday
BRENDA: relatives from Germany are here for a visit
ATTENDANCE FOR MAY 22, 2013 & HAPPY BUCKS Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-05-29 00:00:00Z
Congratulations Pat and Lloyd on 70 years of marriage!
We celebrated Pat and Lloyd's 70th Wedding Anniversary
with a wine toast, a cake, and the reading
of the six framed good wishes certificates
received from: S. Harper Prime Minister of Canada,
Dalton McGuinty Premier of Ontario, Mayor Hazel McCallion,
W. Lizon M.P., Dipika Damerfa MPP, Chris Fonseca Councillor Ward 3.
We were delighted to have their daughter Linda Book with us.
She thanked the club for the many years Lloyd shared with us as a Rotarians.
"He looks far better than I thought he would at this age." says wife Pat.
 We all agree. You both look fabulous!
PAT & LLOYD"S 70th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-05-29 00:00:00Z
Thank you Patricia and Rudy for hosting a most enjoyable Polio-Plus Fund raiser.
We made $700. , enjoyed a delicious meal and  followed Joe's lead in telling jokes.
Ali, Rudy, Patricia, Eugene, Christine, Alan, Sheila, Joy, Louis, Stan, and Brenda
were happy to relax and enjoy the warm hospitality.
Thank you Alan for providing the wine and taking all the evening's donations!
POLIO PLUS AT PATRICIA AND RUDY'S Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-05-29 00:00:00Z
Joe Berlettano introduced  Garry Klassen, President of our Club in 2001-02.
Garry spoke to us about his career in Realty which he commenced in 1973.
He would like to scale-back and then retire but it is difficult to turn away business.
Garry said that the market values go up when there are more buyers than sellers,
and vice-versa.
He said it is important for realtors to think outside the box, and took us through an exercise
that the young do best because they have not been programmed yet.
He said that what the customers want is not always available and it is important to show them
how what is available can also fill their needs.
Political uncertainty hurts the market. There is also a yearly cycle:
with early spring and early fall of the year being times of market rise in the Toronto area,
whereas the other times of year see a down-turn in the market.
First time buyers (those who have not owned a home for five years) can get help from Ottawa
and may even purchase with no downpayment,
however the safest way to purchase a home is to save a downpayment and purchase within one's means.
Garry opened up for questions, and there were many.
Nalaka thanked Garry for a very interesting talk and invited him to join us often for lunch.
(We were delighted to have Garry's wife Ann with us too. She is also a successful realtor
with just two years fewer experience than Garry.)
PAST PRESIDENT GARRY KLASSEN - REALESTATE Brenda A Molloy-Measures 2013-05-22 00:00:00Z

An old woman is riding the elevator in a very lavish New York City Office Building.
A young and beautiful woman gets into the elevator and
smelling like expensive perfume turns to the old woman
and says arrogantly, "Giorgio - Beverly Hills, $100 an ounce!"
The next young and beautiful woman gets on the elevator
and also very arrogantly turns to the old woman and says,
"Chanel No. 5,    $150 an ounce!"
About three floors later, the old woman has reached her destination
and is about to get off the elevator.
Before she leaves, she looks both beautiful women in the eyes,
and lets out a most foul-smelling odour.
She leaves the stunned women in a cloud of funk, saying "Cauliflower - 49 cents a pound."
THE LAST LAUGH Brenda Molloy-Measures 2013-05-22 00:00:00Z
Premature Neonate Ventilator

Dear All Rotarians,
I am sending to you some photos during my visit to Dar Ismail Hospital to see the Premature Neonate Ventilator. My photo is with Dr. Yossri Noweam, Director of the hospital. Dr. Gamel Khalifa,Director of the Premature Neonate ICU & our PP Dr. Mohamed El Banna.
I am so happy to know from Dr. Khalifa that one ventilator could save around 15 cases every month.  It depends on how long the premature neonate is using the Ventilator.  Most of the Premature Neonates use the Ventilator for at least 6 to 7 days. 
God Bless all of you.
Best Regards.
Lobna Elwardani
TRF Committee Chair 2012/13
RC of Alexandria Marine
District 2450
Premature Neonate Ventilator Adel Asterbadi 2013-02-19 00:00:00Z
Ron Lenyk
Ron Lenyk, 
CEO of the Living Arts Centre for the past 17 months, is a Philantropist & Volunteer.He has sat on many Boards including the Mississauga News. In 2012 he chaired & hosted Mayor Hazel's birthday celebration at the LAC at which there were 3000 attendees.
He was a founding Board member of the Credit Valley Hospital.He has chaired the Mayor's charity golf tournament for the past seven years with net revenues of $567,000. going to more that 150 local charities throught the Mayor Hazel McCallion Charitable Fund
He is a business leader with a history of success,strong team building and leadership.He has displayed a proven community commitment with a wide network of contacts within Mississauga. He is the recipient of an award from Peels Children Centre for his dedication for his leadership as a volunteer and advocate in Peel.This also recognises his 31 years as Publisher of the Mississauga News and his support for numerous health and social service sports
and cultural charities in the community.
Ron Lenyk Pat Hyles 2013-02-04 00:00:00Z
Board Meeting Notes
SOME MOTIONS and information 
of interest to all Members 
from our most recent Board Meeting:
Tim advised that this event `Good Morning Mississauga is held once a month at the Mississauga Board of Trade and that there are an average of 125 - 175 attendees. birthdays etc are celebrated.February promises to have a good turnout and Tim would like to talk about Rotary. 
Tim would like as many of our members as possible to attend on February 13, 2013 at 7.30AM. Tim recommended that we give a gift certificate for two to attend one of our lunch meetings. MOTION: to donate a gift certificate to the Good Morning Mississauga meeting on Feb. 23, 2013. M. Patricia, S Alan, passed unanimously
MOTION: to have more socials. M. - Brenda. S - Patricia. Passed unanimously. 
The first will be on February 15, at a location to be determined. It will be called a Rotary Family Evening.
3. FUND-RAISING - "Awaken the Giant Within"
The current fundraiser re-stared on Tuesday January 15this going well and it may be possible to repeat the program in March or April, and again later in the year. We have passed the break-even point. Both SNAP and the Mississauga News were present at the opening to take pictures for an ad.
MOTION: to continue to present as a fundraiser. M - Alan. S - Brenda. Passed unanimously.
MOTION: to send five students to Camp Enterprise in May 2013. M-Alan, S-Brenda passed unanimously.
President Nalaka advised us that we have reached 80%of our membership goal for the year.
We now have 20 active and 3 honorary members.
P.S. Brenda was able to attend by SKYPE!
Board Meeting Notes Pat Hyles 2013-02-04 00:00:00Z
Harry Stinson

Harry Stinson is sometimes referred to as the Donald Trump of Toronto.  Usually entrepreneurs are stressed, however Harry is not.  He doesn't wear a watch and doesn't use a cell phone.  He lives in Hamilton with his family.
In his early years Harry was a restaurateur.  he owned the Groaning Board Restaurant which was Toronto’s first non smoking and healthy food restaurant.  It was packed with patrons from the day it opened.  He also owned The Mad Hatters Tea Party restaurant, specializing in children's parties.  His vision was to have the children, where no parents were allowed and where they could have a wonderful time.
He even had a hearse painted red which would pick up the children to take them to the party, he says it was wonderful.
 He had an interest in this restaurant for about 20 years.  In the 1980's he was a Real Estate Broker because he was always interested in buildings. As a realtor he specialized in condo's , he became a dominant condo broker.
 He found that there were clients with considerable money who wanted a downtown location and no condos available.
His first conversion to lofts was the Candy Factory warehouse which covered a city block.
Harry Stinson Pat Hyles 2013-01-29 00:00:00Z
Jaime's Lessons in Life
 Jaime (pronounced Hime) spoke about lessons he learned in life. 
Jaime is from Mexico where, after being born into poverty he progressed to the point of success.
He is a Psycologist, and entrepeneur, and a Motivational Speaker. 
He had had unique experiences in life.'
He was born and raised in monteray Mexico near the mountains. 
There were no roads or cars and no ameneties or luxuries. 
There was a dirt road and when the first phone was installed it was the only one in town. 
Notwithstanding his poverty, according to our standards he was considered himself lucky and happy. 
He wore the same clothes for days and he learned that to he happy. 
"To be happy is to be." 
He tries to continue to live by that motto that all he needs is to be.
As a businessman he wants nice stuff and that's ok
as long as it doesn't blur his vision of happiness. 
He was never a fighter and in school he was considered a chicken. 
He depended on two of his friends to guard and rescue him
that is until he got a scholarship and his father moved the family 
so that he could take advantage of the scholarship.
Jaime's Lessons in Life Pat Hyles 2013-01-22 00:00:00Z
Thank you Rotarian - Message from the Salvation Army


Dear Fellow Rotarians:

On behalf of Major David Allen and The Salvation Army Mississauga Community & Family Services, I would like to express our deepest appreciation for the wonderful “gift of time” that the Rotarians
and Friends of the Rotary provided during the 2012 Kettle Campaign.  
Your support means so much to us.
We truly appreciate and value our partnership with the Mississauga City Centre Rotary Club.   
Thank you for being part of the solution and for joining us in our fight. 

Thank you Rotarian - Message from the Salvation Army Adel Asterbadi 2013-01-19 00:00:00Z
The Last Laugh


A man 
wrote a letter
to the IRS:


"I have been unable to sleep
knowing that I have cheated
on my income tax.

I understated my taxable income 
and have enclosed a cheque
for $200.00.

If I still can't sleep
I shall send the rest 

The Last Laugh Adel Asterbadi 2013-01-19 00:00:00Z
Roben Balasinham Induction
Roben Balasinham was inducted at the same time with Elezabeth as member of the Rotary club of Mississuaga City Centre, Induction was completed by Past President Pat and President Nalika
Roben Balasinham Induction Adel Asterbadi 2013-01-18 00:00:00Z
Bruce Leslie Speaker
Bruce Leslie
has been in the media business since 1986.
He has been an intern at a CTV affiliate in Calgary, shot his first story on 16mm film.
He has been on the street as a reporter
and been in communications in corporate settings. 
Bruce spent ten years in the executive suite with Canwest Global in Winnipeg.
He has seen a lot of change in the business, the biggest being the rise of the internet
with its impact on the news and entertainment industries.
He has been in Mississauga for about four months. 
His mission here is to launch a new online business for the Star Media Group.
As a newcomer he has an outsiders perspective,
which is both a challenge and an opportunity.
Bruce Leslie is our speaker to-day.
Bruce Leslie Speaker Pat Hyles 2013-01-18 00:00:00Z
Elezabeth Induction
Elezabeth with her parents Shiela and Alan Fyfe after induction in the Rotary Club of Mississauga City Centre
Elezabeth Induction Adel Asterbadi 2013-01-18 00:00:00Z






The 2012-2013 PR grant has been awarded.
At 7080 we are a part of a multi-district,
Ontario-wide television campaign to promote Rotary
and hopefully encourage interest in membership.

More than 754 spots, will air from mid January 2013
through mid February 2013, during Rotary Awareness Month,
on The Canadian Television Network (CTV)
and CTV’s recently acquired CTV Two Network.

GRANT FOR PUBLIC RELATIONS - JOE BERLETTANO Joe Berlettano 2013-01-16 00:00:00Z


Benefits  include:

 1. Providing potential new members with an opportunity to get to know Rotary.

 2. Providing the Club with an opportunity to get to know potential new members.


Conditions of the Associate Membership:

1. Annual fee of $100.

2. Lunch is “pay as you go”

3. Attendance requirement of 1 meeting per month

 4. Associate Members are encouraged and welcome
to participate on club committees, fundraising activities, and social events.

 5. Associate Membership is only available for 12 months and is not renewable.

 6. Associate Members are welcome to apply for full membership
at any time during the twelve months period.




Dear Members,

WE ARE BACK: from Montreal ,the site of the great RI convention;and Oberammergau, Germany . We will tell you all about our trips next week.

Our Year End Party on Saturday July 3rd, will be at Hosts Amera and Adel's. Thank you for contacting Brenda by telephone to state your pot luck item. We have a very balanced offering!

Treasurer Alan will be providing the wine under our usual conditions, which he will explain to you if you just ask him.