Movie Night (2015)

The annual movie night brings together members of the community and provides young people with an opportunity to volunteer.
The annual movie night brings together members of the community and provides young people with an opportunity to volunteer.

Councillor Chin Lee, CUPE Local 416 and the Rosewood Taxpayers’ Association hosted a movie night at St. Marguerite Bourgeyos Catholic School on June 19, 2015. Photos of the screening can be found on Flickr.

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Chin Lee, CUPE 416 and Rosewood Taxpayers’ Associaton Movie Night Tonight

    The movie will be projected on a large inflatable screen, shown above.
The movie will be projected on a large inflatable screen, shown above.

Toronto City Councillor Chin Lee, CUPE Local 416 and the Rosewood Taxpayers’ Association are co-hosting a Movie Night tonight at 75 Alexmuir Blvd. – St. Marguerite Bourgeyos Catholic School. The film screening will take place in the field behind the school.

Drop by at 8 p.m. to grab a prime viewing spot before they’re all gone.  The movie will start at sunset, which is approximately 9:02 p.m.  CUPE 416 will be making popcorn so bring a lawn chair and a blanket, grab some popcorn and enjoy the show!  We hope to see you there!

Chin Lee discusses the Scarborough community renewal campaign with the Scarborough Mirror

The Scarborough Community Renewal Campaign seeks to bring prosperity back to Scarborough.
The Scarborough Community Renewal Campaign seeks to bring prosperity and community back to Scarborough.  The initiative was spearheaded by the Rotary Clubs of Scarborough.

The Rotary Clubs of Scarborough spent the past year engaging residents on their Scarborough Community Renewal Campaign.  The Scarborough Mirror recently spoke to Councillor Lee about the campaign and asked him his thoughts on this intiative.  Here is what he said to the media:

“We need to get every Scarborough councillor behind this effort,” Scarborough Community Council’s chairperson Chin Lee said after inviting campaign representatives to a meeting last month.

“We cannot allow it to sit on a shelf. We’ve got to move on it,” said Lee.

To read the entire Scarborough Mirror article on InsideToronto.ca, visit http://www.insidetoronto.com/news-story/5466873-scarborough-community-renewal-campaign-must-not-be-allowed-to-sit-on-the-shelf-says-councillor-le/.

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