The Rotary Club of Toronto West (RCTW) in
conjunction with the Canadian Landmine
Foundation (CLMF) held a very successful
fundraiser on June 6th at the Chef's House,
part of George Brown College. The students
handled everything from start to finish.

Three post graduate students, who had
studied in Italy, designed the menu and spoke
about their favourite individual dishes.
Stephen Thiele acted as host for the event and his son,
Taylor, had created a video-film, that highlighted the work in
Cambodia.
The fun was added by 8 door prizes and 5 fabulous raffle
baskets.
Thanks to all of the attendees and RCTW & CLMF for
their fantastic support.
Huge thanks to our wonderful donors and sponsors: Ticketmaster,
Bill Miles for Men, Cineplex, Newediuk Funeral Homes,
the Village Players, Salon Allure, the Toronto Blue
Jays, Jeff Starr of Remax, Gabby’s, David Crack, the Chef's House,
and the Canadian Landmine Foundation.
Special thanks to the fabulous committee who made
this happen: Jane Botsford, David Crack, the late John
Hastings, Patti Lee, Susan McCoy, Mike Newediuk,
Brian Spencer, Stephen Thiele, & Brad Wheeler.
 

All proceeds went to ensure clean water for Health
Centres in Cambodia, a project that will be managed by
Patti Lee, who is also a member of RCTW. Patti thanked the attendees for their
generous support.
 
The event raised more than $7,700! The money will be used to dig
two wells and to build two water towers. Money really goes a long way in Cambodia!
Please visit our websites: www.banyantreeorganization.com & www.pattilee.ca
We are already planning for next year …. please plan to attend!