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Casino Volunteers Needed | 8 – 9 July


Posted by & filed under SCL.

 

Casino Volunteers for SCCL Fundraising Photo: 123rf

SCCL needs volunteers to work at our casino fundraising event. You can sign up through http://signup.com/go/vk54ks

 

We have need for volunteers the following two days:

– Saturday 8 July 2017

– Sunday 9th July 2017

 

The Casino is a major fundraiser event for the SCCL. Casino funds help SCCL perform many services:

– inform residents about things happening in Strathcona by newsletter delivery or other media

– organise programs and events to bring together our members and/or inform our Strathcona residents

– a voice on issues in our community

…and so much more!

 

No experience is necessary to become a Casino Volunteer! You can sign up through our link: http://signup.com/go/vk54ks

 

If you have any questions, please contact me directly through email: barryhickie05@yahoo.com

 

Thank you in advance for volunteering,

 

Barry Hickie

Casino Director SCCL

Public Open House | Plan Whyte | June 20th | 6 – 9pm


Posted by & filed under Development Projects Strathcona.

Date: June 20th

Time: 6pm – 9pm

LocationOld Timers Cabin on 9430 – 99 Street NW (Scona Road)


A public open house will be held at the Old Timers Cabin on 9430 – 99 Street NW (Scona Road).

Participants will be asked to confirm a design vision and set of guiding principles for the Whyte Avenue commercial area, advise, and refine design concepts and policy directions that will shape future development along the corridor. City representatives will be on hand to answer questions about the project and collect additional feedback to complete the study for presentation to Urban Planning Committee in late 2017.

More information: https://www.edmonton.ca/programs_services/public_engagement/public-engagement-calendar.aspx#/?i=2

Source: City of Edmonton

Frontyards in Bloom 2017


Posted by & filed under Neighbourhood.

 

Front Yards in Bloom is back!

That means another great year for front yards in the City of Edmonton! We encourage you to nominate outstanding yards in your neighbourhood, yards that really make you want to stop and smell the roses. This year the City of Edmonton is excited to be adding a new category for 2017 only, called Uniquely Canadian; gardens that celebrate Canada with red and white flowers or features invoking Edmonton’s shared heritage.
Don’t miss out on being involved in this year’s Front Yards in Bloom! Anyone can nominate a front yard until June 30 and there is no limit on how many front yards you nominate.
Nominations are accepted in five categories: General, Edible, Natural, Public Spaces and Uniquely Canadian. You can nominate on the City of Edmonton’s website or by calling 311. Frontyardsinbloom.ca
The City of Edmonton is always recruiting public volunteers who love to get outside and see some beautiful landscaping. Please check out the website for more details: edmonton.ca/frontyardsinbloom

 

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<p>SCCL board member Mark Anielski and artist Carveor Triggs.</p>

Rink Murals

SCCL board member Mark Anielski and artist Carveor Triggs.

<p>The installation team!</p>

Rink Murals

The installation team!

<p>Rink murals by Carveor Triggs and hall mural from iHuman.</p>

Rink and Hall Murals

Rink murals by Carveor Triggs and hall mural from iHuman.

<p>Rink murals by Carveor Triggs with inspiration from students of King Edward School.</p>

Rink Mural Installation

Rink murals by Carveor Triggs with inspiration from students of King Edward School.

<p>Rink murals by Carveor Triggs and hall mural from iHuman.</p>

Rink and Hall Murals

Rink murals by Carveor Triggs and hall mural from iHuman.

<p>Rink murals by Carveor Triggs with inspiration from students of King Edward School.</p>

Rink Murals

Rink murals by Carveor Triggs with inspiration from students of King Edward School.

<p>Putting the murals onto the exterior rink boards.</p>

Rink Mural Installation

Putting the murals onto the exterior rink boards.