We are sad to see TGP Gold Bar closed. Thank you TGP for all the support your provided to our community league and schools over the years, from providing product to community and school events, having community fund raisers and selling our community league memberships. You will be missed!
Capilano Community League is seeking a Capilano resident to represent it on the board of directors of the South East Community Leagues Association (SECLA).
SECLA, which consists of 11 community leagues in central southeast Edmonton, seeks to strengthen community networks by providing a forum for collaboration, discussion and the sharing of information. It also provides funding for the Southeast Voice community newspaper. The board typically meets the fourth Thursday of each month for two hours.
If you are interested in this volunteer opportunity, please contact Kris Cramer at 780-720-9003.
The Edmonton Ski Club has hired more international staff to come and work with them this winter. They are looking to rent a second ESC staff house or apartment for up to 4 to 6 people, or the other alternative is for those with homes to rent a room.
Please contact Lorne Haveruk at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Go to the East Park Little League’s website at www.edmontonlittleleague.org/eastpark/ to find the registration schedule for the 2014 baseball season. There are divisions available for youth from 4 – 18 years old. The outdoor season starts in May, with indoor warm up camps for all ages during March and April.
Go to the South Edmonton Minor Softball Association’s (SEMSA) website at www.southedmontonminorsoftball.ca to find the registration schedule for the 2014 softball season. There are divisions available for youth from 5 – 19 years. The league games are from the end of April to the latter part of June. Games are twice a week, leading to a City Championship and then a Provincial Championship. Registration forms and information are available on the SEMSA website.
Here’s a way to raise the profile of seniors in Edmonton.
Dez Melenka with CTV News is looking for ideas for a new segment called On Your Street. “I am looking to do stories that showcase your community: events, cool buildings, big changes, that kind of thing. If you know someone who does something cool, has an amazing yard, fun painted house, is known to help people … I want to know so I can share their story.
This will also be a segment to share concerns: parking, stop signs, speed limits, any problems or concerns that you and your community may have.”
To suggest ideas, email email@example.com.