Ellerslie Community League, in Partnership with Kulshan Gill, recently presented “Stress and Mental Health in a Pandemic”; This informational seminar focused on mind/body, mental and emotional well being.
Kulshan is a Registered Herbalist & Holistic Health Practitioner in Edmonton and holds a Bachelor of Naturopathy degree from Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto. She shared about stress management, monitoring and caring for your mental health, seeking help/support and mindfulness from an educational perspective.
To view a recording of this session, click here and apply passcode: AabhL6=.
Upcoming workshops for managing stress in challenging times include:
Part 1: Led by AHS Certified professionals, this interactive workshop includes a basic discussion of stress plus looks at different ways to manage stress, including 2 HeartMath® breathing techniques. Participants will come away with an understanding of the impact of emotions on the body plus an action plan to address their own stress.
Part 2: Led by AHS Certified professionals, this interactive workshop will discuss perception, decision making and communication using the HeartMath® tools taught in Part 1. (Note that this is a continuation from concepts learned in Part 1, so completion of Part 1 is essential prior to taking Part 2.)
ECL is excited to host a virtual AGM on November 24, 2020 from 7-8pm. Hosting the AGM online is was a difficult decision, however with the current state of COVID-19 in our city and our province, it is the best option for keeping our community safe.
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People love to learn – our programs director helps provide programs in our community to help grow our neighbours’ abilities! The sky is the limit on what you can do!
Neighbourhood Watch Director
A community who looks out for one another is a safe community – this is where the NHW Director comes in. If you want to help us keep each other safe, join us!
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The secretary is the glue that holds the board together. They keep record of our meeting activities, send out agendas for upcoming meetings, and are the record keeper of all things. If you’ve got a knack for organization, this is a great spot for you!
If you like keeping people accountable for their spending habits, and creating budgets & sticking to them, this is the position for you! Help us keep our accounting in check and join our team!
At the helm of all organizations is a leader who helps steer the ship, but also supports the team to get the work done. The President is the face of the ECL, and interacts with community members on a regular basis. If you have a passion for leadership and community, this is for you!
June 22nd, 2020 | Posted by Communications Director in News - (0 Comments)
COVID-19 has changed the way that we interact with our community. As activity slowly returns to normal in Alberta, the Ellerslie Community League is planning our next steps for community activities. At this time we are supporting our community online through activities and information on our Facebook page.
We want to ensure our community’s safety is our #1 priority. We will be continually reassessing whether we can begin reinstating small community activities like Movie Nights as the summer progresses. As it stands right now, we do not have a time frame for these activities to resume.
Watch our website or our Facebook page for updates on when activities will begin!
Join us on Sunday, July 28 from 2-5pm for our second annual All About the Pace fun run! Tickets are $25 and all proceeds from the event go towards future infrastructure projects (such as a community rink).
The Next meeting of the Community Infrastructure Committee is scheduled for May 6 at 7:30pm in Grace Point Church. This committee’s primary goal is deciding on, and planning community infrastructure such as skating rinks, community halls, etc.
If you have a passion for our community and want to help it grow, come join our committee! Contact Matt MacNeil at email@example.com for more information.