Learn about the Who, What, Where, Why, How and When of RC Toronto Skyline:
WHAT: Our official name is The Rotary Club of Toronto Skyline. Abbreviations include “RC Toronto Skyline”, “Skyline Toronto”, “Rotary Skyline”, “Skyline” or “RCTS”, among others.
WHO: A snapshot (but by no means a definition!) of Skyline Toronto’s inclusive membership would show:
- An age range of 28 to 50+ years old.
- Livelihoods, occupations and preoccupations that include Lawyers, Pharmacists, Engineers, Accountants, Project Managers, Entrepreneurs, Community Leaders, Financial Planners.
- As with every Rotary club, we are open to people of all cultures and ethnicities and are not affiliated with any political or religious organizations.
WHY: Skyline was launched to create more opportunities for the above demographic of urban leaders, a growing number who are based in or migrating to the downtown Toronto core, to become a part of Rotarian community. A number of Skyline’s charter members were previously members of Rotaract (Rotary’s service arm for 18-to-30 year-olds).
WHEN: Skyline was established July 2011 and Chartered on April 19, 2012.
- Skyline holds a general meeting every Tuesday evening, starting at 6:30pm and running for about 60 to 90 minutes. All are encouraged to attend.
WHERE: Skyline is based in the downtown Toronto core. Currently we meet in the Entertainment District (within walking distance of the Financial District, Queen’s Park, The Hospital District, The University of Toronto, etc, and easily accessed on the University Subway Line.
- Skyline’s weekly meeting is at The Office Pub on John St., near Adelaide St.