Everyone is Welcome!
To have items on the Agenda contact the Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Christmas Bureau of Edmonton helps families,
seniors and singles at Christmas, providing festive food hampers (to meet all cultural and dietary needs),
toys for children 12 and under (from 630 CHED Santas Anonymous), and gift cards for teens aged 13-17 (from
Edmonton Sun's Adopt-A-Teen Program).
The Christmas Bureau is non-denominational and accessible to all low-income Edmontonains. If you need help at Christmas, call their intake line at 780.414.7695.
Read the: EFCL E-News for December 8, 2017
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 email@example.com 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.
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.
Lendrum Casino Thursday, March 8 and Friday, March 9, 2018 at Casino Edmonton (formerly Argyll Casino) located at 7055 Argyll Road.
No experience is necessary; we will provide all the necessary training as well as a free meal during your shift! We can arrange car pooling or someone to walk you to your car at the end of the shift.
This is a great way to meet some of your neighbours, and to help the Community League with its biggest fundraising event.
We welcome long time Lendrum resident Betty Chan
to the position of Vice President of the
Lendrum Community League and also thank her for coming forward to volunteer
to maintain the events on the Lendrum Sign.
The Lendrum Community League would like to thank Luke Falkenstein for the great job he has done over the many years of informing Lendrum of events through his messages on the Lendrum Sign. We wish him well with his new endeavors!
Volunteer in your community.
Contact Gary Goulden, LCL President at 780.450.0927 or firstname.lastname@example.org
For a complete listing of all positions visit: Lendrum Community League - Executive & Coordinators
Thank you to Anna Vesala, Lendrum's Community Resource Coordinator.
Anna has worked with Lendrum for the past several years as our link to the City. She's helped guide
us through the Playground and Spray Park Redevelopments; informed us of city resources and grants;
booked Green Shacks, Programs, and special events; and lead us through the process of developing
our new Strategic Plan. Anna, your new neighbourboods will be happy to have you on their team.
A warm welcome back to Michael Goth as our Neighbourhood Resource Coordinator (NCR). Michael has worked with Lendrum in the past, so he is no stranger to the Lendrum Community League. We will officially meet with Michael at our LCL meeting in the new year!
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 http://globalnews.ca/video/2611931/most-canadians-not-getting-enough-fibre
Visit their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/uafyber/
Email email@example.com 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!
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM at the EFCL Office, 7103 - 105 Street NW
Reserve your seat on Eventbrite today!
This workshop is designed to help those leagues looking to build new halls or major
renovations (over $1 million) with adding sustainability and durability thinking into this
process. Shafraaz Kaba from Manasc Isaac Architects will be joining us to bring his experience
with sustainable designing practices.
Come and join the EFCL Green League and guests for dinner and discussion about the major community league projects happening across the City!
Found Pets Search is a public database of the dogs, cats and small pets currently
being held for safe-keeping at the Edmonton Animal Care & Control Centre. The database is
updated every 20 minutes, if need be. If you have lost a cat, dog or small pet,
(or happen to be missing a chicken) start by using this
LCL Meetings are the First Monday of the Month (except holidays) starting at 7:00 PM at the Lendrum Community Hall.
Everyone is Welcome!
Community League Membership
Valid from Sept. 1st to Aug. 31st.
Family Memberships = $40
Individual & Senior = $25