- 1Executive Directors
- 1.2Vice President
- 1.5Past President
- 2Committee Chairs
- 2.4Building and Grounds
- 2.5Hall Use
- 2.6Social Committee
- 2.8Civics and Planning
- 2.10Community and Neighbourhood Engagement Committee
- 2.11Green Initiatives
- 2.12Community Garden
- 2.13Neighbourhood Renewal Ad-Hoc Committee
- 3Liaisons with external groups:
- 3.1Old Strathcona Area Community Council
- 3.2CACCL Representative
To contact any of our directors and committee chairs, use the Contact form.
The president is the most frequently seen and heard member of the community league and its board. They also coordinate the monthly board meetings and keep the board on track through its many programs and activities.
The vice president can step in and fill any of the President’s roles and duties, including chairing the monthly board meeting. Read the Job Description
The treasurer oversees the league’s finances and keeps the board updated on the annual budget. Working with budget and audit committees, the treasurer keeps the money on track and plans for the league’s future. Read the Job Description
John de Haan
The secretary is responsible for taking minutes at each board meeting, ensuring there is a record of what happened and what decisions were made, allowing league membership to know what the board is doing on their behalf.
A new position to Strathcona Centre executive, the past president is the most recent president who stays on to ensure continuity of the board and work with the new president.
Each committee has detailed roles and responsibilities within the community league.
Co-Chairs: Lois Hameister and Jeanie McDonnell
The membership committee is responsible for recruiting league members and selling memberships.
Information about and from the community league can be found in many places, including a published newsletter delivered to homes in the neigbourhood by volunteers, this website, our Facebook group, and Twitter account. The publicity/newsletter committee stays on top of it all and coordinates communications to membership and the wider community. Read the job description
The Programs committee organizes summer and winter programming for children and adults with the City of Edmonton and coordinates regular groups for parents and families. Read the job description
Building and Grounds
The Building and Grounds committee helps manage the facilities, including infrastructure renewal. Read the job description
If you have a question about what rooms our community hall has available to rent, or how we can better utilize the building, the Hall Use committee will have the answers. More information about rentals can also be found on our Hall Rentals page. Read the job description
Pub nights, barbecues, family fun nights, skating parties, the social committee can do it all, making Strathcona a fun and active neighbourhoood. Read the job description
Chair: Simon Thomas
Most parents will likely come to know their community leagues through children’s sports. Strathcona Centre works with the Edmonton Minor Soccer Association to offer outdoor soccer in the spring and summer and indoor play through the winter. This committee makes sure every child has a chance to play soccer close to home.
Civics and Planning
Community leagues have a unique position to forward the wishes of the larger community in discussion with property developers and the City of Edmonton’s planners. The Civics committee is the league’s voice on new builds and redeveloped properties. Read the job description
Chair: Barry Hickie
Strathcona is continually becoming one of Edmonton’s safest neighbourhoods. Through this committee’s work with neighbours, community organizations, and the Edmonton Police Service it can stay safe and enjoyable for all residents and visitors.
Community and Neighbourhood Engagement Committee
This committee is tasked with coordinating better outcomes for neighbours in relation to large community events, such as festivals. Read the job description
The Strathcona Centre Community League is dedicated to promoting environmentally-friendly planning and creating a green and liveable neighbourhood. The Green Committee acts on these ideas through consultation and events. Read the job description
The Garden Director coordinates SCCL’s community garden alongside the streetcar tracks, north of 86 Avenue. The director creates and organizes other community gardening projects and plots as may become active in the neighbourhood. Promote environmental efforts and local food policies in the neighbourhood and on behalf of the SCCL.
Neighbourhood Renewal Ad-Hoc Committee
Chair: Conrad Nobert
This committee is responsible for leading the community planning and consultation around our Neighbourhood Renewal, slated to begin in 2019.
Liaisons with external groups:
Old Strathcona Area Community Council
The Old Strathcona Area Community Council (OSACC) is a group of businesses and organizations that meets monthly to discuss issues of note for the neighbourhood, including large events, community safety, and relationships between the organizations. Groups include our own league, the Edmonton Public Library, Edmonton Police Service, Old Strathcona Business Association, YESS, and others.
The Central Area Council of Community Leagues (CACCL) is a group of leagues south of the river that meet on a monthly basis to discuss and further issues of interest to neighbouring communities, including transportation, planning and development, and community safety.
SCCL Committee Terms of Reference (click link to open or download committee terms of reference)