Category Archives: EFCL

Building Community Through Recreation

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We are excited to introduce Neighbourhood Play Streets as an example of event planning that brings neighbourhoods together in creative and dynamic ways.  Meet organizations that are making Northeast Edmonton fun and unique. Leave with new ideas, tools and resources to enhance your next recreation program or event. Light refreshments from the Highlands Golf Club will be provided. Building Community Through Recreation… Read more »

Green Leagues – ­­­­­­­­Community Conversation

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Green Leagues is hosting an opportunity for community league volunteers who are making green changes to their buildings to learn from one another. Come out to hear what other community leagues are doing within their buildings, ask questions, and tell your story. Many people said that they LOVE hearing what their fellow community league members are doing through our workshops… Read more »

EFCL: Ward G Community League Update

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District G and Nearby Community Leagues – Meeting at the PCCL Community Centre, January 10, 2018 Hello Everyone. Thanks again for taking the time last evening to attend and participate in the discussion of interests, needs and concerns among our community leagues. I’ve attached a meeting summary for you to review. |View PDF | If you have any comments, changes… Read more »

EFCL: Board & Leadership Training for Women (18+)

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Exciting new EFCL Civic Leadership Project opportunity! Sponsored by Status of Women, EFCL is pleased to offer Board and Leadership training for women (18+). This is a free project and offers the opportunity to gain skills and knowledge in volunteering in your neighbourhood at your community league.  You can help out with events, programming or join your league board. Several… Read more »

EFCL’s 100 Year Anniversary Project Needs You!

Are you a history buff that would like to learn more about your community? Do you have old files and photographs from your community league? Your photos and memories – think sporting events, parades, picnics, volunteering and more! Share Your Information Leslie Holmes, the EFCL 100th historical project coordinator and researcher is compiling community league memories. Email leslie.holmes@efcl.org or visit… Read more »