Welcome to the Scarborough Branch of RWTO/OERO.  Our members are retired teachers of all surrounding boards We also welcome any retired women teacher who taught in the York Region Board. Elementary and Secondary—public or separate— teachers are also welcomed to join us.   Any teacher who has taught in the Community College or University Programs is also more  than welcome to join us.  All retired teachers from the French schools are also invited to join us.  

We meet on the. 3rd Tuesday in September, October, November,January, February, March April and May at the TAM HEATHER CURLING CLUB at 730 Military Trail  (Morningside and Military Trail). There will be a luncheon which includes salad, an entree, dessert and coffee/tea.

We  enjoy a variety of programs  which can include speakers, an annual plant sale and musical  presentations.  There is a monthly newsletter to keep members informed of happenings  at the local and provincial level.

The annual membership fee is $40.00

Please contact:

Linda Jarvis at 416-293-8689


Carol Nelson at 416-724-7107

Scarborough Branch 2020-2021


Area Director Judy Anderson905-985-4257
Past PresidentLinda Jarvis 416-293-8689
Recording SecretaryShelley Goodman
TreasurerLinda Jarvis   416-293-8689
Luncheon ChequesChris Elliott
MembershipBrigitte Kolozsvary
Lilli Chu  416-602-9868
Insurance  Carol Nelson416-724-7107


 RWTO Scarborough,

 Huntingwood Postal Outlet

 P.O. Box 30042

 2355 Warden Ave.

 Scarborough, Ontario M1T 0A1


Scarborough Branch Trips


Thursday, September 26, 2019                  Cost: $160

Shaw Festival Theatre

Includes bus, shopping in Niagara-on-the-Lake,

lunch at The Prince of Wales Hotel and theatre tickets

Payment due: May 31st, 2019Luncheon

Coordinator: Lamoine Mustard 416-494-5103

Billy Elliott                                                            

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Cost: $189

Includes bus, shopping time, orchestra seating

theatre tickets, lunch, dinner and all gratuities

Bus departs at 8 a.m., returns 8 p.m.

Payment due: February 1, 2019

Coordinator: Mary Marchut 416-291-2389

Elvis Christmas Show                   

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Cost: $112

Includes bus, shopping in St. Jacobs,

buffet lunch and show at the Showplace Dinner Theatre

Payment due: October 25

Bus departs at 8a.m., returns approx. 6p.m.

Coordinator: Carol Everitt 905-655-0638

Oh What a Night and Four by Four

Thursday, June 11. 2020                  

Cost: $140

Includes bus, lunch at Walters Family Theatre, musical,

“Oh What a Night” and “Four by Four, all taxes and gratuities.

Coordinator: Carol Everitt 905-655-0638

The King and I                           Wednesday, July 11, 2018       

Includes bus, Toronto City Tour, lunch at the Hot House Café and orchestra theatre tickets.

Bus departs at 9:00 a.m., returning at approx. 5:00 p.m.

Coordinator: Lamoine 416-494-5103

Agawa Canyon 4-Day Tour             September 25 to 28, 2018                                    

Cost: Twin: $949        Single: $1179

Includes deluxe motor coach transportation, 3 nights’ hotel accommodation, 8 meals: 3 breakfasts / 2 lunches / 3 dinners, ticket for the Agawa Canyon Train Tour, step-on guide, ticket for travel on the Chi-Cheemaun Ferry

Bus departs at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday, returning at approximately 5 p.m. on Friday

Coordinator: Carol 905-655-0638

Agawa Canyon Trip Agenda

Day OneTuesday, September 25, 2018

8:30 a.m. Depart from Kennedy Commons – Travel to Sault Ste Marie (Coffee stop en route, on own) Lunch stop en route in Parry Sound, (on own).

Check into the Delta Hotels Sault Ste Marie Waterfront. Modern, beautifully appointed hotel rooms showcase plush bedding, free Wi-Fi and flat screen TVs and indoor pool.

6:30 p.m. Dinner at hotel

Day TwoWednesday, September 26, 2018 8:00 a.m.

The Algoma Central Train departs for Agawa Canyon. Enjoy the beauty of the region and experience the same rugged landscapes that inspired the Group of Seven. A commentary will be provided, which will tell you about upcoming points of interest and share some of the rich history of the region Just when you thought you’d experienced it all, the train will begin its descent, traveling down 500 feet to the floor of Agawa Canyon. You can enjoy scenic walks on graveled trails leading to several waterfalls and experience an invigorating climb up over 300 stairs to the breathtaking Lookout, perched 250 feet above the canyon floor. There are opportunities to enjoy the Canyon through more relaxed means, as well.

Breakfast and a boxed lunch will be included on the train.   Return to hotel at 5:30 p.m.  Dinner at hotel at 6:30 p.m.

Day ThreeThursday, September 27, 2018

Breakfast at hotel 8:00 a.m. Depart for Manitoulin Island.   Lunch on own at Little Current. Meet guide and stop at 10 Mile Point. This is a great place to stop, stretch your legs, and soak in the spectacular view from the point. The store boasts the island’s biggest collection of traditionally designed native crafts and aboriginal art. An historic marker commemorates an early Jesuit mission at Wikwemikong. See High Falls. Enjoy commentary en route to South Baymouth 2:30 p.m. Arrive at Ferry in South Baymouth 3:40 p.m. Take the Chi-Cheemaun to Tobermory 5:40 p.m. Travel to Owen Sound 7:30 p.m.

Check into the Best Western Inn on the Bay. Hotel amenities include an on-site restaurant, hot tub and whirlpool and a cocktail lounge to name a few.

Dinner at the hotel.

 Day FourFriday, September 28, 2018

Breakfast at hotel. Tour Owen Sound. Tour through Harrison Park, with more than 40 hectares of streams, trails, gardens, playgrounds, forest, and green space. Its network of trails connects directly with the Bruce Trail, the longest footpath in Canada, which will take you to Inglis Falls or the Centennial Tower, one of the highest points in Owen Sound. See Fish Ladder. Stop at Grandma Lambe’s in Meaford, for browsing. Enjoy a scenic drive to Singhampton and a delicious hot turkey lunch at Mylar and Loretta’s.

5:00 p.m. Approximate return time home.

 Music Man                                       Thursday, October 4, 2018

Includes bus, shopping time, orchestra seating theatre tickets, lunch, dinner and all gratuities

Bus departs at 8 a.m., returns 8 p.m.

Coordinator: Mary 416-291-2389

 A Christmas Carol                         Friday, December 7, 2018

Cost: $145  

At the Shaw Royal George Theatre, Niagara-on-the-Lake

Includes bus, lunch at the Prince of Wales, orchestra seating theatre tickets, shopping in Niagara-on-the-Lake, visit to Pickard Peanuts

Bus departs at 8:15 a.m., returning approx. 7:30 p.m.

Coordinator: Carol 905-655-0638

September 19, 2017

Patty Sullivan – Children’s TV personality CBC, TVO

October 17, 2017

Craft Sale

November 21, 2017

Smile Theatre – Sue and Dwight performing hits from the 70’s

January 16,2018

Sylvia Sarkus – Certified Financial Planner

February 20, 2018

Doug Purdon – Landscape Artist – “The Art of Forgery and Crime”

March 20, 2018

Glad Bryce– First in, Last Out

April 17, 2018

Fashion Show – Northern Reflections

May 15, 2018

Edith George – “Heritage Tree – Preserving Our Natural Roots”


Join us for Lunch at:
The Estate Banquet Centre
430 Nugget Avenue,
Luncheons begin at 11:30am

Cora Bailey Awards 2018

Caroline Small- 2018   

Caroline was presented with a Cora Bailey Award for her role as the Newsletter Editor from 1999-2003. Her contributions to the newsletter were always welcomed and enjoyed by our members.


Marie Harvey- 2018 

Marie was presented with a Cora Bailey Award for her work in providing excellent programs for our members as well as her work as President in 1997-1998. She was also a valuable member of the Convention Team in 2004.

Cora Bailey Awards 2017

Helen Sharpe- 2017 

Helen has been part of the Scarborough Executive since 1998, serving as the secretary for a year and as part of the team that started up the monthly newsletter. Helen is always available to help anyone who needs support.  She can always be counted on whenever assistance is needed.

Trudy Sutton & Sheila Meyer- 2017  

Trudy and Sheila have worked as a team since 2011 to gather toiletries, school supplies and toys for the women and children who live at Julliette’s Place. Their cooperative efforts bring smiles and a huge thank you from the staff and their clients.

Ontario Volunteer Award