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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

2-5 hrs per week in the spring & fall
10 hrs or more per week July 1st - Sept 1st
Qualifications - Hard working & eager to learn

General overview of tasks & duties:
-General Cleanup of litter and debris (Spring Clean up and on going)
-Watering Sports fields when required
-Cutting sports fields and hills between City cuttings
-Fertilization 2 times per year
-Over seeding sports fields 2 times per year
-Spot Top dressing and turf repair
-Trimming with string trimmer 2 times per month
-Portable Soccer Goal Maintenance

Contact Harvey Guhl at athleticpark@lendrum.org

**Applicants will join a larger group of volunteers, honorariums are applied to activities that are specific scheduled tasks, and work in coordination with the parks Coordinator. The entire group works within our agreements with the City Parks and Rec department. Many functions are Volunteer work bee’s, others are scheduled and compensated via honorarium.

2-10 hrs a week depending on the time of year
Mechanical aptitude a must, schedule very flexible
Assist in overseeing our equipment (Mower, Tractor & various equipment)
Will assist Coordinator in maintenance planning and execution

General overview of tasks & duties:
-General Cleanup of litter and debris (Spring Clean up and on going)
-Watering Sports fields when required
-Cutting sports fields and hills between City cuttings
-Fertilization 2 times per year
-Over seeding sports fields 2 times per year
-Spot Top dressing and turf repair
-Trimming with string trimmer 2 times per month
-Portable Soccer Goal Maintenance

Contact Harvey Guhl at athleticpark@lendrum.org

**Applicants will join a larger group of volunteers, honorariums are applied to activities that are specific scheduled tasks, and work in coordination with the parks Coordinator. The entire group works within our agreements with the City Parks and Rec department. Many functions are Volunteer work bee’s, others are scheduled and compensated via honorarium.

Park Grounds Work Bees are planned a few times a year to help keep the park we all enjoy looking its best.
As we look forward to the warmer weather, watch for news of when the next Work Bee will be scheduled.

Everyone is Welcome!
Contact Harvey at 780.504.7046 or athleticpark@lendrum.org

As the ice rink season comes to a close, we want to say a big thank you to our ice rink crew. These guys put in a lot of time making and maintaining the rinks as well as clearing walks.
Thanks for a great season Ben, Gary, Ira, Adam, Bryn, Jared, John & Darcy.




THANK YOU - ICE RINK CREW - MARCH 2018


As the ice rink season comes to a close, we want to say a big thank you to our ice rink crew. These guys put in a lot of time making and maintaining the rinks as well as clearing walks.
Thanks for a great season Ben, Gary, Ira, Adam, Bryn, Jared, John & Darcy.


LENDRUM PARK NOTES - SEPTEMBER 2017


Wasn't Lendrum Park a busy place this summer? The fields, the playground, the courts, the hall, the paths and the berry bushes. Thanks to the many volunteers inspired by the example of Harvey Guhl and his crew, our park is a glowing green gem at the heart of our neighbourhood.

A big thank you to the following Lendrum residents who volunteered a total of 75 hours improving Lendrum Park in evening workbees from June to September 1st:
Art Bohnet, Joe Eustace, Greg Falkenstein, Peggy Folinsbee, John Folinsbee, Bonnie Herring-Cooper, 'Monty' Montgomery, Pam Smith and Vera Watson.


Another big thank you to the 36 U of A students who volunteered a total of 72 hours labour on their 'day of service', September 1st. Hosting so many volunteers was possible only because of the Lendrum residents who supervised them:
Art Bohnet, Coleen and Alfred Falk, Harvey Guhl, Bonnie Herring-Cooper, Gerard Masse, Gord Okamura, Jennifer Purves.


The tasks completed complemented the work done in weekly workbees: edging, weeding and mulching ornamental beds; cleaning nest boxes and weeding the natural area; sweeping the gutters of the parking lot; cleaning the paths and decorative pots by the hall.
We had more U of A students than ever and throughout the summer, more volunteers donated their time and skills to keep our park looking great. Please tell them "thanks" when you see them.

- Bonnie Herring-Cooper - Community Gardener


LENDRUM NATURALIZED AREA - SEPTEMBER 2017


Maybe I'm wearing rose-coloured glasses, but it seemed to me that there may have been slightly fewer thistles than in past years?? Let us hope.
There were lots of birds interested in and occupying the nest boxes again this year. And the really big exciting news is many of the holes in our bee hotels were occupied! Also the little patch of nettles provided essential habitat for red admiral butterfly larvae. There was lots of colour in among the grasses as our native plants seem to be thriving.
Once again we had a bumper crop of saskatoon berries and lots of Lendrum folks were out picking and enjoying them.

- Peggy Folinsbee - Community Naturalist