The Boys and Girls Club of East Scarborough has brought back its fundraiser in support of United Way Toronto, selling popcorn to the community for $2 a bag.
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The Toronto Sports Leadership Program celebrated its most recent graduating class earlier this month. But each graduate’s personal success is only part of the story, says Ann Doggett, a city community recreation supervisor involved in the program, which provides opportunities through sport to at-risk youth.
What a woman needs to succeed is other women, say the users of the Scarborough Women’s Centre (SWC). SWC is a non-profit resource centre that has helped Scarborough women overcome hardship for almost 30 years. On Sept. 29, the centre held its 29th annual meeting to discuss its way forward.
In Malvern, on what used to be an overgrown lot at the foot of an apartment complex on Blackwell Avenue, a little Eden is blooming.