The Community of Lendrum Place


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Volunteer in your community.

  • Newsletter Editor
  • Casino Coordinator
  • Program Coordinator
  • Social Events Coordinator
  • Members at Large are always welcome.

Contact Gary Goulden, LCL President at 780.450.0927 or

For a complete listing of all positions visit: Lendrum Community League - Executive & Coordinators

A bottle drive is being held Saturday, April 21, for the Lendrum Spray Park.

Volunteers Needed
If you can help 9:00 -10:00 AM day of, or delivering flyers prior to, please contact Julie at

Lendrum is seeking a new Newsletter Editor. This volunteer position is great for a creative and detailed-oriented person who likes to be in the know. The newsletter is put out five times a year and dates are set by the Newsletter Editor in coordination with the League. New editors are encouraged to put their own stamp on Lendrum Living!

For more information on the position please contact Erin at 587-523-3520 or

Erin, Thank you for your work on the Lendrum Living Newsletter! I'm certain many of us have turned to the back page first, to read your editorials where you shared your family's experiences of living in Lendrum. You've brought a tremendous amount of energy and spirit to the position and we all know that will carry over into whatever else you choose to do.

To our Lendrum Casino Volunteers - Thank you! Your committment always makes this event a success. Thank you to the families who waited up for you to come home, and to those who joined in the fun and played!

To Catherine, thank you! You once again rallied the troops, organized schedules and got through all the paperwork!
Lendrum is lucky to have you all!!

Edmonton Lifelong Learners Association (ELLA), in partnership with University of Alberta Extension, invite those aged 50-plus to sign up for Spring Session (April 30 to May 18, 2018), at the Education Centre on the University of Alberta campus.

Starting February 16, 2018 details about this year’s classes will be available at or by calling the ELLA Office at


Registration begins March 13, 2018, on a first-come, first-served basis. The cost to participate in the learning and fun is $250 and bursaries are available for participants who need financial assistance.

Is a streetcar your desire? Then become a streetcar motorman with Edmonton Radial Railway Society (ERRS). Experience a living museum while sharing Edmonton's transportation heritage.
The ERRS is a group of volunteers that restores, maintains & operates vintage streetcars at Fort Edmonton Park & across Edmonton's historic High Level Bridge.

In summer 2018, ERRS plans to expand service & will need new men & women volunteer drivers.

  • ERRS volunteers maintain a very flexible work schedule.
  • Motorman shifts for men & women drivers are available daily May through October.
  • Training begins in April 2018.
  • Opportunities are also available with restoring & maintaining streetcars.

To learn more about the society or becoming a volunteer Motorman visit Edmonton Radial Rail Society or contact Earl Grotzki at 780.481.3643 or email

A variety of unique opportunities await you in educational or ambassador roles as a volunteer staff member at TELUS World of Science – Edmonton (TWOSE)!
Intake for volunteers is ongoing. A three month committment is requested.
Information on Volunteer positions and shift times is available at Volunteer | Telus World of Science - Edmonton
After selecting a position, please complete the TELUS World of Science - Edmonton Volunteer Application Form
For more details call 780.452.9100 or email

The Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch Program Society is seeking Board Members for the volunteer positions:Board Treasurer, Board Secretary, Directors-at-Large The Board Positions will be open until filled.
They are also looking for general volunteers for different capacity.
Information on contact Ann-Marie Thivierge - Board Director at 780.819.0700

You are a Snow Angel if you shovel your walk within 48 hours of a snowfall and keep it clear of snow and ice all winter.
You can be a Snow Angel for someone else too. Shovelling the snow or putting down some sand when its icy can be a difficult task not only for seniors and those who are disabled, but once in a while someone else on your street might need some help.

If you would like to Volunteer as a Snow Angel, to help someone who needs assistance:
If you need the help of a Snow Angel, please contact:
Stew & Anola Carson - Lendrum's Abundant Community Coordinators at or 780.604.0388

The City of Edmonton sand box is located at the end of the Community League parking lot. Call 311 if you find it empty.

To ensure that the best job can be done of clearing the snow for you and your neighbours, please do not park on the street during the scheduled snow blading days.

Like garbage collection, neighbourhood blading operates on a weekly schedule throughout the winter.

For the Blading Schedule for your neighbourhood or where you work, visit: Driving on Neighbourhood Roads in Winter

Lendrum's Sandbox is located at the end of the Lendrum Community League parking lot. Call 311 if you find it empty.

You will also find free sand available at other participating Community Leagues and Roadway Maintenance Yards.

Visit Community Sandboxes :: City of Edmonton for various other locations.

Large Clinical Trial At The U Of A: Studying How Fiber Affects Our Health An undergraduate student working with Dr. Jens Walter at the University of Alberta is in the processes of recruiting volunteers for a large clinical trial at the U of A studying how fiber affects our health through affecting the bacteria that live in our gut.

If you would like to get a better idea about the study, watch this Global News interview with Dr. Walter

Visit their Facebook page:

Email or call 780.492.9506 for details or to volunteer.

Screening Survey is now live! If you are interested in participating in the FYBER Study, take a minute to fill it out. Or even send it to anyone else that might be interested!


All school zones are scheduled to be changed to playground zones by the end of March 2018.
30 km playground zones are from 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM (7:30-21:00) every day, not just school days.
Details, including a map can be found at School Zones Are Becoming Playground Zones:: City of Edmonton


The City now has a draft Community and Recreation Facility Master Plan, model and implementation plan. These components will be key in guiding effective decision making for new and existing recreation facilities, such as community centres, indoor soccer pitches, ice arenas, seniors centres and aquatic centres, to name a few.
You are invited to take part in one of the City's two public information sessions to provide comments, ask questions and see displays before the Master Plan goes to council this spring.

  • Information Session 1
  • Date: Tuesday, March 20    Time: 4:00 - 7:00 PM
  • Location: Central Lions Seniors Recreation Centre at 11113 - 113 Street NW

  • Information Session 2
  • Date: Wednesday, March 21    Time: 4:00 - 7:00 PM
  • Location: Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre at 2051 Leger Rd NW

If you have further questions, please contact or visit Community and Recreation Facility Master Plan :: City of Edmonton for updates.

Also visit Community and Recreation Facility Master Plan Public Engagement to see the draft Plan and fill out our survey! Survey closes Thursday, March 29, 2018.


Thursday, March 22, 2018
Drop in from 7:00 to 9:00 PM
Queen Alexandra Community League Hall at 10425 University Ave NW

Green Leagues is hosting a Community Conversation to gather everyone interested in league sustainability to talk about their accomplishments and seek advice on challenges! This is a great opportunity to meet fellow volunteers, learn what they are doing in their communities and ask questions. The event will be held at Queen Alexandra Community League, which is looking into big sustainability upgrades. Wine and appetizers will be provided.

RSVP to Green Community Conversation


The Seniors' Health Research Priority Setting Partnership is conducting a Survey to determine the priority areas for seniors' health research. You are invited to take part if you live or work in Alberta and are:

  • an older adult (65 years of age and over) or
  • a caregiver of an older adult (spouse; family member; friend; neighbour) or
  • a clinician or health/social care provider (doctor; nurse; care aides; allied health provider; pharmacist; social worker) working with older adults

For more information, contact Billy Zhao by telephone 403.944.3274 or email

Microclip clinics for Cats

Upcoming Microchip Clinics:

Bring your licensed, crated cat into the Animal Care & Control Centre (ACCC) at 13550 - 163 Street for placement of a microchip during one of our monthly Microchip Clinics.
Clinics take place on the last Thursday of the month from 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM on any of these days: March 29, April 26, May 31, June 28
Visit Cat Microchip Clinics :: City of Edmonton

Lendrum Community League

Lendrum Community League

LCL Meetings are the First Monday of the Month (except holidays) starting at 7:00 PM at the Lendrum Community Hall.
Everyone is Welcome!

Lendrum Community League Membership

Membership Benefits

Community League Membership
Valid from Sept. 1st to Aug. 31st.

Family Memberships = $40
Individual & Senior = $25

Lendrum Community Hall

Hall Rentals

Preferences to community events and programs.
Check the Hall Availabilty Calendar
Then contact Bonnie, the Hall Rentals Coordinator.

Beach Volleyball free court use for LCL Members

Beach Volleyball

Individuals with a Lendrum Community League Membership may book a court for FREE.

Link to Abundant Community Lendrum
Link to Edmonton Police Neighbourhood Crime Map
Link to Capital Region Housing Lendrum Resource Room
Link to Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues
Link to Park Bench e-Newsletter