Aldergrove Community League
8535 - 182 Street
Edmonton, Alberta, T5T 1X1
Monday - Wednesday 9 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Thursday - Sunday - CLOSED
Office Phone: (780) 481-1588
Childcare Phone: (780) 481-9153
Fax: (780) 489-6283
Community League Meetings
are held the first Tuesday of each month,
except July, August & December.
Our next meeting is Wednesday November 12, 2014
Memberships for a family of 4 are $35.00 per year
and are valid from September 1 to September 1.
For more information please click here.
Seniors Assisted Transportation Society
SATS provides safe and affordable volunteer transportation to low-income seniors.
For more information please call:
(780) 732-1221 or visit www.satsofedmonton.org
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POLICE TELEPHONE LINE FOR NON-EMERGENCY COMPLAINTS
For any non-emergency complaints that may include suspicious persons or activites to trouble of any kind in our neighborhood and it's parks,
please dial 780-423-4567 or #377 (mobile devices within city limits only)
Please visit there website to learn more: http://www.edmontonpolice.ca/
DO YOU HAVE CONCERNS ABOUT A PROPERTY?
If you have concerns regarding suspicious or criminal activity occurring at a property in your neighbourhood, you can file a complaint with SCAN. Call 1-866-960-SCAN (7226) or use the SCAN online complaint form.
Aldergrove Community League and the committee members would like to congratulate the winners of this years scholarships.
This years winners were Keaton Hawkswell and Paige L'Hirondelle
All the best to you both on your future education and endeavours.
The Westend of Edmonton needs a multi-use recreation centre. See why here. Some on city council don’t see this need and need some convincing that families in the West need a rec centre.
If you can’t make the November 24 capital budget public hearing at City Hall fill out this form so your voice is heard. Drop off the form November 12 at the Ormsby Community Centre. 6250 180 Street between 7pm and 9pm.
Councillors Knack and Oshry are on-board, as they have always been, with allocating design funding to the Capital Budget. If we want a Rec Centre anytime we must get the design funding in place THIS BUDGET! We need at least five (5) more Councillors on-board. Email them all!
If you would like council to start taking a serious look at providing the Westend of Edmonton with a recreation centre there are a few ways you can voice your opinion:
1. Contact your Community League and ask that they speak up for the Westend. They can send your councillor a letter or attend the budget time public hearings.
2. Contact your city councillor to let them know that a rec centre in the West is needed.
3. Attend a budget time public hearing.
Email the mayor and as many councillors as you can. (Copy and paste the below into the email):
Dear City Councillor/Mayor:
I support a much needed recreation centre in the city’s Westend. Please don’t ignore the Westend anymore and place funding towards design work during the Capital Budget deliberation.
Send a message to the head cheese Mayor Don Iveson
Send a message to Ward 1 Councillor Andrew Knack
Send a message to Ward 2 Councillor Bev Esslinger
Send a message to Ward 3 Councillor David Loken
Send a message to Ward 4 Councillor Ed Gibbons
Send a message to Ward 6 Councillor Scott McKeen
Send a message to Ward 7 Councillor Tony Caterina
Send a message to Ward 8 Councillor Ben Henderson
Send a message to Ward 9 Councillor Bryan Anderson
Send a message to Ward 10 Councillor Michael Walters
Send a message to Ward 11 Councillor Mike Nickel
Send a message to Ward 12 Councillor Amarjeet Sohi
Attend a budget time public hearing and speak up:
The Non-Statutory Public Hearing on the Proposed 2014 Operating, Capital and Utilities Budget will be held on Monday November 24, 2014 starting at 9:30 a.m., in Council Chambers.
If you wish to speak you can register here.
Speakers will be registered on a first come first serve basis.
City of Edmonton Budget information
ALDERGROVE DAYCARE FUNDRAISER
The Aldergrove Daycare is currently selling SUTP Books for $20.00. There are a wide variety of valuable coupons to use in these books, for example: Buy one get one free to West Edmonton Mall waterpark or to Galaxyland. Also loads of coupons for Safeway, McDonalds, Cinnzeo, Fat Franks, Papa Johns, Domino's, Golfing and snow packages from ski resorts in Alberta, Lube City and many many more, These books more than pay for themselves.
If you are interested please contact Lori at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or come and visit us at the League to purchase directly.
Thanks for your support.
KIDS ON TRACK NEEDS OUR SUPPORT
Shift Youth Unplugged needs a Van!
We are raising funds for a van for the Shift Youth Unplugged program. This program is all about getting youth “unplugged” from their phones, computer games and TV and engaged in active recreational pursuits with others. What a novel idea – youth building real relationships with real people, in real time!
Kids On Track has registered in 2 online contests to raise funds for a "Van for Shift Youth." We need your help to win. It's certainly within reach if we can get more supporters voting online for our project.
This costs you nothing but a few minutes a day for a couple of weeks and could bring Kids On Track $50,000!
Kids On Track made the final round of voting in the cst inspired minds learning project! We placed 23 out of 25. This means we have some work to do in the final round which runs Nov. 17th - 24. Click here for details on how to vote!
BIG BIN EVENT AND THANK YOU TO ALL VOLUNTEERS AND RESIDENTS.
On Saturday, September 20, 2014, we held our Annual Big Bin and Neighbourhood Dance. It was a great success with several community league members getting rid of their junk/garbage in our Big Bins, then coming back in the evening for the festivities. Many new memberships were available and purchased during this event, raising funds for the community league.
In the evening we held our FREE neighbourhood dance, open to ALL Aldergrove residents. The band "Damnit Jim" entertained everyone. There was a Beer Garden, food and refreshments as well as a fire pit with marshmallow roasting.
We tops it all off with a wonderful fireworks display! Keep a lookout for details in next year's summer newsletter for information on the 2015 Big Bin & Neighbourhood Dance!
ANOTHER BIG THANK YOU TO THE VOLUNTEERS AT ALDERGROVE
Without the help of many of our community league board members and their families, the Annual Big Bin & Neighbourhood Dance would not have happened. Thank you's too: Kathy Katzenback, Bonnie Katzenback, Steve Colquhoun, Brenda Flynn, Brenda Kaczor, Jeremy Kaczor, Laurel and Phil Hawkswell, Quinlyn Hawkswell, Keaton Hawkswell and most of all to Connie bowie for putting a lot of time and effort into this event.