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Kingston Rotary Centennial Projects make long lasting community changes

Rotary in Kingston wraps up its Centennial celebrations this week with some pretty extraordinary projects and changes, including donating over $500,000 back to the community through 16 new initiatives. Rotary began in Kingston in March of 1921. Today, six clubs operate throughout the Kingston region, with nearly 200 Rotarians building

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Kingston musician releases mental health-inspired album

A Kingston musician is using his time working in mental health as a means to give back to the sector locally. Rich Tyo has spent two years working on the songs that make up the new album ‘Inner Space Outer Space by Kingston group, JukeBox County.  Tyo says the songs

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Update: The Grocery Basket cookie sale to support post-secondary education for local youth

Update (Monday, May 10, 2021): On Friday, May 7, 2021, the Grocery Basket shared the success of their fundraiser in support of Pathways to Education Kingston. They sold 1,269 cookies, raising $3,172.50. The Grocery Basket team would like to thank everyone who donated and helped spread the word about this

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Rotary in Kingston project to further aid Pathways to Education graduates

With their centennial anniversary year on the horizon, Rotary in Kingston has launched a new project that will allow alumni of the Pathways to Education program to receive support while they move on to post-secondary education and employment. Rotary in Kingston will mark its 100th anniversary in 2021. With that

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Three Kingston charities team up to weather pandemic shortfalls

Three community agencies facing massive income shortfalls during the COVID-19 pandemic have decided to fundraise together, rather than compete. The Boys and Girls Club of Kingston, Pathways to Education Kingston, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of KFL&A all offer charitably-funded programming for Kingston’s children and youth. They’re also all heavily

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Letter: ‘Breaking the cycle of poverty through education’

The following is a letter to the editor received by Kingstonist on Monday, Mar. 9, 2020. Pathways to Education celebrates 10 years serving Kingston’s youth 2020 marks ten years of an organization that is quietly impacting hundreds of youth in the city. Pathways to Education Kingston started after a study

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