By: Jennifer Vicencio
Fa la la la la! For the past 85 years the Rotary Club of Toronto has held a Christmas Party for children with disabilities. This years event was nothing less but spectacular. The excitement and anticipation for the days events, which included the arrival of Santa Clause, story telling and the ultimate snowball fight with Toronto police, beamed off of the children as they made their way through the doors of the Canadian Ballroom. Their giggles and eagerness to play was infectious and instantly lit up the room.
The dedicated volunteers which included the members of the Rotaract Club of Toronto buckled down and worked non-stop to ensure that all the children and their families would have a memorable day at the Fairmont Royal York Hotel. Some of the roles that the Rotaractors took on were pinning snowflakes, setting up the tables, helping out with arts and…
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