The four part, biweekly Lunch & Learn series on Human Rights and Diversity in the Workplace kicked off with a bang on February 23rd. Karen. Dr. Karen Mock, outstanding lecturer, expert in human rights and women’s issues and the Federal Liberal candidate in Thornhill.
The response to the first lunch of the series was excellent, with a diverse group of women learning new things and participating in wonderful conversation. Congratulations to the Power of Women Exchange for such a successful engagement.
You may be interested in this exciting Lunch & Learn 4 part bi-weekly series on Human Rights and Diversity in the Workplace. It is being conducted over four — Feb 9th, Feb 23rd, March 9th, March 23rd — at 4 different (and delicious) restaurants in York Region/Thornhill.
These events are being led by Dr. Karen Mock, an outstanding lecturer, expert in human rights and women’s issues, and the Federal Liberal Candidate in Thornhill.
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It surprises me a little to realize I have been friends with Gary Gladstone for over half my life. In the almost thirty years I have know him, he has been passionately involved in working to make this part of Canada a better place. You may know him from his active efforts in community affairs, charitable fundraising and political activity. Or you might just know him as a friendly guy you met in the neighbourhood.
However you know him, you have likely share my conclusion – Gary has your back.
Below, you will see Gary's announcement that he is seeking the Presidency of the Beverley Glen Ratepayers Association. This is not an easy decision for him or his wife, Melanie. It means more work and more time spent on community affairs. He is doing this because he can make a difference.
So read the announcement below. If you live in the area, make sure to put 6:30pm, Thursday, February 10, 2011 in your calendar and make your way to cast a vote for Gary Gladstone.
I am pleased to announce that I am seeking the Presidency of the Beverley Glen Ratepayers Association.
As an involved member in the community, I will make sure our voice is heard with respect to traffic infiltration, density, transit and overall good community life.
I will work with residents, community leaders, City officials (elected and unelected) representing and being the key voice of our community.
The election will take place on Thursday February 10 at 6:30 p.m. at Garnett A. Williams Community Centre, Meeting Room 2.
If you live between Bathurst and Dufferin, Centre Street and Highway 7, you are a member of the Beverley Glen Ratepayers Association.
I hope to see you at the meeting and would ask that you support me and vote Gary Gladstone for President of the Beverley Glen Ratepayers Association. Please also support the following for Director:
Sasa Krcmar (currently on Board)
Frank Pisterizi (currently on Board)