MaRS Discovery Centre, 101 College St., Toroto,
The Berkeley Church - 315 Queen Street East , Toronto,
January 1, 2013 - 12:00am - andyc
I wrap up my first calendar year as the volunteer President of East Coast
Connected, there is much to be thankful for! ... The past 18 months have just
is the case with any volunteer organization --- nothing happens without
significant effort from people behind the scenes! I wanted to take a few
moments to recognize a few of those key contributors. Read more
John Labatt Room - 207 Queens Quay West , Toronto,
December 1, 2012 - 12:00am - andyc
a November !!!
those of you that missed it, we held both an ECC Good Cheer Event and an ECC
Coast & Cocktails speakers series. In addition, November represented the
largest month of ECC membership since we converted the organization to a paid
membership in August 2011.
Coast & Cocktails ... Read more
Gracie O'Malleys - 14 Duncan Street, Toronto,
October 31, 2012 - 11:00pm - andyc
Halloween ... Hope that those ECC members with kids had a great time last
week, on November 7th – East Coast Connected will turn 5 years old.
ECC has many people to thank over the years, but I hope that ECC founder Chris
Crowell takes a moment to smile to see what his original idea and all the
effort he put into ECC has evolved into. Some of you may have already seen
this, though attached is a summary of what ECC has done, what ECC started as
... and where ECC is going in 2013!
membership Renewal – 2013 ... Read more
October 26, 2012 - 10:16pm - Gregory Lam
On July 27th,
members and friends of East Coast Connected, www.eastcoastconnected.ca, held
its first ever boat cruise. Over 140 people boarded the fabulous Stella
Borealis on the shores of Lake Ontario for an evening of dancing, buoys, bad
nautical jokes and of course philanthropy. While it wasn’t the salt water
sailing that many of the attendees were used to, the first ECC boat cruise was
a rousing success. Read more
October 26, 2012 - 10:06pm - andyc
Alexander Keith’s Birthday ...If you are free this upcoming Friday – on October 5th, at the Evergreen Brick Works – join many other ECC
members and Atlantic Canadians at the Alexander Keith’s Toronto birthday festival. Tickets are on sale now
for only $10 at www.keiths.ca/birthday. Don’t delay ... as of yesterday over 70% of the tickets were sold.
The party features Atlantic Canadian musician Matt Mays!
The John Labatt Room, 207 Queens Quay West, Toronto,