Come celebrate our community for Community League Day on September 16, 2017!  We’ll have family fun, hot dogs and snacks, and an outdoor movie, for FREE! We would love to see you there!!

Our 2017/2018 league year is quickly approaching! Memberships are valid from September 1 to August 31.  To get yours, contact our Memberships Director, Christine Lim; or, go to the EFCL website to purchase online.  (Please note, online purchases incur an additional $5 fee from EFCL, and are emailed to the member.)

Have your say in the direction of the Ellerslie Community League! The ECL is committed to engagement and improving our programs and practices to make Ellerslie and even better place to live. Your opinions matter and do help steer strategic planning for the future. Please take a moment and give us your valuable feedback Ellerslie Community League Survey

Family time is important and very enjoyable outdoors, especially in the summer. To display the benefit of a League Membership, The Ellerslie Community League is pleased to present free admission to the following outdoor pools during these time slots (except Holidays) for your family:
Fred Broadstock Pool (15720 105 Ave NW) Sunday – Wednesday Evenings until August 26th from 5:00-7:00 PM
Millcreek Pool (9555 84 Ave NW) every evening until September 6th from 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Oliver Outdoor Pool (10315 – 119 Street) Sunday – Wednesday evenings until September 6th from 6:00 – 8:00 PM
Queen Elizabeth Pool (9100 Walterdale Hill) – Sunday and Tuesday evenings from 5:00PM – 7:00, Mondays and Wednesday evenings until August 26th from 6:00 – 8:00PM
You need to present a valid Ellerslie (or other EFCL membership) to the attendant at the pool. The pools are outdoor, and as such are open during safe conditions and temperatures greater than 18 degrees C. To check pool/facility status, please check this website. City of Edmonton Facility Notificationsimages

Despite inclement weather threatening our efforts, approximately 26 volunteers helped clean our two park sites. The playgrounds and surrounding areas were cleared of garbage, cigarette butts, and any visible dangerous items to ensure a pleasing and safe experience in our parks. It was really nice to see parents setting great examples for their children as 14 of our volunteers were children. We put all our helping hands to good use, to help make a difference. Coffee and hot chocolate, and Tim Bits were enjoyed, as well as Panago Pizza when we were done.

Many thanks to the following Volunteers:

Denie Goulet, Community League President
Amanda Goulet, Community League Treasurer
Gerry Pasternak, Community League Civics Director
Christine Lim, Community League Membership Director
Gemma Dunn, Community League Fundrasing Director
Corey Teeple, Community League Communications Director

The Lemaire Family
The Goulet Children
The Lim Children
The Dunn Children
The Samur Family
The Rasmussen Family
The Spears Family
The Dukta Family
Carla Offord

Approximately 17 bags of trash were removed from the sites, and a number of items cleared to make our parks safer for our over 7,000 residents. Your contributions are very much appreciated.

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