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LEAGUE MEMBERSHIPS

Community league memberships renew in September. Check with your local league (see p.11) for benefits and how to purchase or go to efcl.org

 

INDOOR SOCCER REGISTRATION

Emsanorth.com. Community registration: Sept 7 at Delton Hall, 12325 88 St. Late registration: Sept 16. More: Laura, 780.982.5823, soccer@deltoncommunity.com

 

BARD OF THE AVE

Watch for “30 dogs in 30 days” a compilation at bardoftheavenue.com. Say “hi” if you see me at Kaleido. It’ll be my 5th year there!

 

CASINO VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Rat Creek Press, Sept 10 & 11. Sign up: timecounts.org/rat-creek-press/events/947

 

BINGO VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Help Eastwood Community League by working a bingo at Fort Road. Call 780.477.2354 or email ewcl@shaw.ca.

 

KALEIDO IS CALLING!

Thank you to everyone already helping! We still need another 130 volunteers. Sign up on www.kaleidofest.ca or call The Carrot at 780.471.1580 to get onto our volunteer teams today!

 

KALEIDO FUNDRAISING CREW & SAFETY CREW

Love people and the arts? Be part of our fundraising crew on festival grounds, Sept. 15-17. Or, help ensure the safety of festival grounds by patrolling the site Fri-Mon. http://www.kaleidofest.ca/volunteer/

 

KALEIDO TRADES CREW & SITE CREW

Kaleido needs practical people on our trades crew! Help set up plumbing, carpentry, and electrician support for onsite needs. Or, help build the festival Sept. 14-15. http://www.kaleidofest.ca/volunteer/

Local volunteers are a boon to the community Margaret and John Larsen are long-time volunteers

In our community, volunteers are the driving force behind many of our most beloved institutions. From our houses of worship and community league halls to Arts on the Ave and The Carrot, the spirit of volunteerism runs strong.

I sat down with two long-term volunteers in our community, John and Margaret Larsen. They’ve lived in Alberta Avenue for 16 years, and seem to be very busy in retirement. Continue reading Local volunteers are a boon to the community Margaret and John Larsen are long-time volunteers

Community volunteers are leagues ahead Edmonton has a long history of creating community leagues

A bird’s eye view of Edmonton at the turn of the last century would show an urban core on either side of the river, with outlying subdivisions separated by bush and a few connecting roads. Meanwhile, the surging commercial and population growth meant the city was hard-pressed to keep up with services and infrastructure.

Continue reading Community volunteers are leagues ahead Edmonton has a long history of creating community leagues