To our loyal followers and members,
It is no secret that we here in the Community League are striving to better ourselves to serve our members in a way that is more deserving. We have made many efforts to getting new ideas and programs and projects underway in order to do so. The biggest project we have started is of course, the renovation of the building at Jubilee Park.
Known for over 50 years as the “rink shack”, this building has long served as a hub of our community. Countless minor hockey games and thousands upon thousands of hours of shiny and family skating have taken place here. For the last few years, this building has taken on another identity and that is the main centre for our Community League.
With the loss of our hall, we have lost revenue as well as a space to use for functions and gatherings. But our current board have done a tremendous job to creating a welcoming space at this “rink shack” for our events and programs.
We recognized that there is a need to improve this facility to fit the ever growing and changing needs of our members.
A few years ago, we casually asked members at a Family Day event what they would like to see in a building. The top 3 answers were “accessibility (washrooms and everything else) commercial kitchen and a larger space for programs”.
With this feedback, we searched and found an architect to come up with a design for a renovation. We presented this design at Community League day and asked again for more feedback. While we were pleased with the concept and ideas presented, we wanted more. We needed more. Not just for our board members, but for our community members as a whole. This neighbourhood has grown and changed over the 100+ years of its existence. We deserve a space that is truly our own and like us, one of a kind.
So what does this mean?
Well, we decided to get another idea. Another plan. And we need you, our amazing members, to once again speak up. Share your ideas and concerns. Your feedback is greatly appreciated and very welcome. We want to create a space deserving of the hard working people in Beacon Heights, Bergman and Abbottsfield.
Please take the following survey and give us that feedback. Or post it here. Share it with your friends and family in the area. The more feedback we get, the better picture we can create and share with an architect that wants to build for us a space that will be greatly enjoyed for generations to come.
Thank you all for your time in reading this post and taking the survey
Come out and join us in celebrating Community League Day. Refreshments will be provided as well as games and a bouncy castle for the kids. Saturday, September 7th 12-3pm
Summer is here… kinda. It’s a wet one so far. But the Green Shack programs are up and running again. This year the community has THREE Green Shacks running! The Jubilee Park shack will run Monday to Friday 10:00-1:30pm. The Abbott school green shack runs Monday to Friday 2:30-6:00 and now there is a pop up Green Shack happening at Bergman Park. This shack operates Mondays and Thursdays from 10:00-1:30pm
Concession hours at Jubilee are Monday to Friday 11am to 4pm
It is that time of year again as our annual general meeting takes place. Join us this year as our meeting happens on Tuesday , April 23rd at the Abbottsfield Recreation Centre ( 3006 119 Ave) and this year we are having a silent auction.
Doors open 6:30 pm for socializing/bidding. Meeting starts at 7:00 pm.
The AGM provides a wonderful opportunity for our community members and residents to learn about what we are working on and why we do what we do. It also gives you the opportunity to get involved if you wish. The new board will be elected at this meeting and our goal is to fill every position for the 2019/2020 term.
If you are interested in becoming a board member, or want further information , please contact our nomination chairperson and Past President Rob at 587-785-4259 or email email@example.com
Beacon plays baseball
The Beacon Heights Community Baseball program is set for another
season of fun for boys and girls aged 4 to 12 starting the first week of
Beacon Heights Community League is part of the NorthEast Zone (NEZ)
The Community League will focus on the following categories:
Date of Birth: Category: Division: Fee:
2014-2015 Blastball House $55.00
2012-2013 Rally Cap House $120.00
2010-2011 9U House $135.00
2008-2009 11U House $195.00
2006-2007 13U House $200.00
Bantam (2002 – 2003) and Midget (1999,2000, 2001) programs are also
available through the NEZ program.
• Rally Cap Skills Clinic for all Rally Cap, 9U & 11U Players
Saturday May 4 at Borden Park and Saturday June 8 at
• Rookie League Tournament for all Blast Ball, Rally Cap & 9U
Teams Saturday May 25 at Rundle Park
• Mosquito and Pee Wee Tournament for all 11U & 13U Teams
May 31, June 1 & 2 at Rundle Park
Please register online then attend an in person registration to sign up
for your volunteer commitment and complete your registration.
Once you complete the online registration please print the form and
take that to the NEZ Central Registration.
NEZ Central Registration Dates – 7515 Borden Park Blvd Edmonton AB
• Sunday March 10 Noon – 2:00 pm
• Wednesday March 20 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
• Wednesday March 27 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
We look forward to another great year of baseball and would like to
welcome all of our players, coaches and volunteers. It’s wonderful to have
you be a part of our team. This summer will be a home-run, thanks to all of
you. If you have questions, are interested in getting involved or supporting
our baseball program, please contact our Baseball director
Michael Neary at firstname.lastname@example.org.