The Community of Lendrum Place

a vibrant, diverse community where neighbours share & connect

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Seniors’ Housing Forum - Saturday, September 22 from 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM at the Central Lions Seniors Recreation Centre at 11113 113 Street.
Extensive information and resource materials, event admission, lunch and parking will be available free to seniors, their families and caregivers.

For more information about the event, download an event poster or view the Sage website. This is the eleventh time the Seniors’ Housing Forum has been held, with participant attendance in past years ranging between 650-950 and 45+ exhibitors in attendance. Seniors are encouraged to register for free by calling 780-809-8604.

Enjoy FREE activities at select City of Edmonton attractions and recreation facilities from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Check Free Admission Day :: City of Edmonton for a listing of participating facilities.
Call 311 or Contact 311 :: City of Edmonton online for more information.

Caregiver Phone Support Group - 3rd Monday of the Month from 7:00 - 8:00 PM
This phone support group is perfect for busy caregivers who find it difficult to get out of the house to attend education sessions or who have limited respite options. The free sessions will provide information and tips along with supportive discussions.

You will be provided with the phone-in details when you register.
Contact Caregivers Alberta at 780-453-5088 or debbie@caregiversalberta.ca
Sponsored by Caregivers Alberta and Seniors' Centre Without Walls

Share your story and help us improve how we care for patients
The University of Alberta, Faculty of Medicine is seeking volunteers to meet with medical students and share their experiences of life with a chronic medical condition.
As a volunteer mentor, you have a unique opportunity to participate in and influence medical education. Your contribution will help future doctors better understand the experience of living with a chronic condition and improve patient care.

Contact: Martin Marshall, Undergraduate Medical Education
Email: yourstory@ualberta.ca
Tel: (780) 492-6234

Volunteer in your community.

  • Casino Coordinator
  • Members at Large are always welcome.

Contact Gary Goulden, LCL President at 780.450.0927 or president@lendrum.org

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

LCL meeting Oct 4 at 7PM at the Community Hall

Yes, that's right. The October LCL meeting will be held on a Thursday. Everyone is Welcome!
Please send Agenda items to secretary@lendrum.org

Catherine Rostron, who coordinated the volunteers & paperwork for 2014, 2016 & 2018 will be stepping down from this position after the quarter for the 2020 casino has been announced & the necessary paperwork started.
The person filling this role should be well connected in the community to access volunteers, & well organized to complete the paperwork & the volunteer scheduling. The professional casino advisors we have worked with in the past will continue to provide their services to keep everything on task. Catherine will happily brief her replacement(s), & pass on the resources & contact lists that have been developed over the years. Catherine Rostron casino@lendrum.org

EFCL E-News is a bi-weekly newsletter filled with local community league content.

Each month in the Park Bench E-News you will find information that celebrates and highlights City activities, events, programs and services for neighbourhoods in Edmonton.

Visit Green & Gold Garden - A Local Garden with Global Impact Market hours and available produce.

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 vr@twose.ca

Coyote Warning - U of A Farm

On September 17 at 8:00 PM, an individual was walking their large dog in the middle of the West 240 (U of A farm on 62 ave). Two large coyotes charged them from behind - they came running fast from across the field. One was very aggressive baring his teeth - he repeatedly tried to bite the dog's butt. After a great deal of screaming, shouting and chasing the coyotes reluctantly backed off. Another dog walker came running to help scare them away.

The City has sent out park rangers to investigate the area. If you witnessed any recent aggressive coyote behaviour please report it to the City of Edmonton - dial 311


Wanted Lendrum Representative for:
Task Force on Crime & Crime Prevention

Lendrum is looking for a resident to participate on the security task force and represent our concerns. The first meeting is this Friday, Sept 21 at 9:30 AM at the Pleasantview Community league.

Please contact Laura at secretary@lendrum.org for further information or if you are interested in joining the task force (even if you can’t attend the first meeting).

As some of you may have noticed, crime has been on the rise in Lendrum and the surrounding communities. Pleasantview, with support from their community league, has created a Task Force on Crime and Crime Prevention to determine how best to address this issue. The task force members number about 12, and include residents from various sections of Pleasantview. They have also made contact with the adjacent communities of Malmo, Lendrum, Allendale, Parkallen, and Belgravia (who are experiencing similar problems).

They have met with the Community Safety Liaison of the Edmonton Empowerment Network, Councillor Walters, and others, and the group will soon be meeting with REACH, Edmonton’s Council for Safe Communities, which has offered to provide us resources and assistance for our endeavours. We plan to address prevention, increased security, improvement (in the navigation and response) of the EPS Non-Emergency Reporting Line, increased EPS presence and response, and greater EPS vigilance, and have already begun our efforts.


Neighbourhood Watch Training Session - RSVP Required

You are invited to attend the Neighbourhood Watch training session being held:
Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 9:30 AM – 2:00 PM.
Edmonton Police Service
#108, 14315 – 118 Avenue, Nexus Business Park
Accessible 142 Street or 118 Avenue
Free Parking
A light breakfast, beverages and lunch will be provided.
RSVPs are required to 780-433-7458

This session we include presentations from Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch, Edmonton Police Service and Community Members.
All attendees will receive a program resource book or binder. ENW will be providing certificates for those that take the training and has completed a Membership Application.
Our Mission is to build safer communities through the provision of crime prevention information and the support of neighbourhood level programs that encourage awareness, education, inclusion and participation.

Visit Edmonton Neighbourhood Watch | Prevent Crime


2018 Provincial Enumeration - Door-to-door Enumeration Ends Sept 30

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			get yourself registered to vote, link in the following text

In preparation for the 2019 provincial general election, Elections Alberta is conducting an enumeration to ensure the voter’s list is as accurate as possible.

Online and telephone registration is available between August 1 and October 5, 2018.
Door-to-door enumeration begins September 8 and ends on September 30, 2018.

Visit 2018 Provincial Enumeration | Elections Alberta for full details.


Protect Your Home - Edmonton Police

It is worth your time to review the information in the following links to make yourself aware of what is happening in the area, to look out for your personal safety and to check that your home is protected. Crimes can happen in the middle of the day, when you are at home or away.

Edmonton Police Service - Neighbourhood Crime Map

Protecting Your Home - Edmonton Police Service

The sidebar menu contains a wealth of info to review with your family including:
When a Stranger Comes Knocking - Edmonton Police Service


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