Category: LiUNA Clubhouse

Careers In Construction

Location: Toronto Azzurri Sport Village

4995 Keele Street, Carmen Principato Way

When: Tuesday May 15th

6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Info: LIUNA Local 506 will be hosting an evening to introduce youth to apprenticeship and careers in construction

For further info, call the Toronto Azzurri at 416-782-1578

Snacks and Refreshments Will be Provided

Cost: Free Admission

 

This is a great opportunity for our Community Youth and their families to meet our friends from LIUNA and learn about working in the Construction fields. Representatives from the Labourers Unions, Sheet Metal, Painters and Glazers, Masons and other Trade Unions will be available for information about “Careers in Construction”

Local 506 is very keen in supporting and promoting careers in construction helping youth – they are the future!

Open House Events are part of the series of free community programs and events happening at the Toronto Azzurri Sports Village in 2018.

These events are in partnership with the 31 Division Police.

Ribbon Cutting at the LiUNA Clubhouse

It’s official! The new LiUNA Clubhouse at the Toronto Azzurri Sports Village is now open.

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Cutting the ribbon from left to right… Toronto Azzurri Chairman Bob Iarusci, Master of Ceremonies Sam Ciccolini – Masters Insurance, Councillor Anthony Perruzza, Building committee member Mario Borsato, Board Member Joe Mancuso, Toronto Azzurri President Tony Graci, forKICKs founder Sergeant Stephen Hicks, Project Co-ordinator Ralph Ciccia, Business Manager LiUNA Local 506 Carmen Principato, forKICKS Co-ordinator Toronto Police Officer Glenn Jones, LiUNA International VP and Regional Manager Joseph Mancinelli, Board Member Dino Bottero, Board Member Elain Daviau, Toronto Police Deputy Chief Peter Sloly

The New LiUNA Clubhouse

 

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The Toronto Azzurri Soccer club in partnership with the City of Toronto has developed and is operating a community based soccer/sports complex on the Keele/Steeles Reservoir lands to benefit youth through skills development, health and fitness.

After 12 years of hard work, fundraising and sponsorship contributions, the Toronto Azzurri are proud to announce the realization of the 5000 square foot LiUNA feildhouse.

Toronto Azzurri Youth Sports Village Update

2014 the year that one of the club’s key missions has been realized with the opening of the LiUNA Clubhouse at the Toronto Azzurri Youth Sports Village. This milestone continues to highlight Toronto Azzurri as one of Canada’s premiere sport organizations.
 
The Toronto Azzurri Youth Sports Village will allow the local Community youth to learn and play the game of soccer on a quality facility in a safe, organized and supervised environment. The youth will receive lessons in skill development, character building, self esteem, health and fitness by former professional and semi-professional players who have preserved a great passion for the game of soccer and sport in general.