Season’s Greetings

In this issue

7th Annual Christmas Lights Contest

  • Prizes given
  • Leave your Christmas lights on in the day and evening on December 24 and 25

Tips to make your house look lived in this winter

News from the Executive

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Big Bin EVENT and AGM in the Park Sept 12

On Saturday, September 12, we will be in the Summerlea Park for two major events.

Big Bin Event and Membership Sale

From 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., the Big Bins will be along 175 St. and south of 93 Ave next to the park.
You can buy your membership at the same time.

Here’s your chance to get rid of trash, including electronics and appliances.

  • Electronics: Television sets, monitors, microwaves, etc.
  • Household appliances: Please remove the doors from refrigerators and freezers

Sorry, no toxic substances (chemicals, paint, etc.)

Annual General Meeting “COVID-19 Protocol Edition”

Starts at 11 a.m.

When:  Saturday, September 12 at 11am
Location:  In the field adjacent the bins at the end of 175 Street
Bring your own lawn chair and umbrella.

Please wear your mask and maintain physical distance, while we visit! Individually packaged snacks and drinks.


  1. Financial statement review and approval
  2. Elections – There are many positions up for election this year:  Treasurer, Vice President, Secretary, Casino Chair and Member at Large
  3. Updates:  Park upgrades, Community Garden, WEM Zoning applications, Temporary Transit Centre mitigation.

If you have any questions about the AGM or the Big Bin Event, you can email

Summerlea Park play program starts July 13

The Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL) is putting on a drop-in play program this summer in our park. The program starts July 13th and will run until the end of August.

Program Location: The program will be held in Summerlea Park, in the playground/field area. 

Program Hours: Monday-Thursday, 1:30 – 3:30 pm.  There will be one leader on site with a maximum of 25 participants.

Who can participate: The target audience is children ages 8-12 years old.

How it works: Because the site will be run as a drop in, children are free to come and go as they please. They will be asked to check in with the leader as they come and go for ratio purposes.

The leader will collect name and emergency contact information from the children as they drop. This is necessary in case there is an emergency or a health alert that needs to be passed on to parents/guardians.

Leaders will also do a short health screening with participants before the program begins to ensure everyone’s safety. 

Washroom use: Children will be asked to return home to use the washroom during the program. 

If you have any questions about the program, send us an email to