This boy is all heart! Community raised and a current resident, he decided that it was time to give back and to make the community better for his sweet daughters. Chase has served on the board as our rink director for the past three terms and is our current President. A glazier by trade, he is never shy to lend a knowledgeable helping hand and has worked tirelessly to improve our rink building.
Fundraising and Grants Director
A Beacon Heights gal through and through, Crystal has lived here most of her life. Balancing a life training school bus drivers with a busy family life and a strong sense of community spirit, Ms. Crystal has been integral as a driving force (pun intended) for improving our community. It is Crystal’s leadership and tireless efforts that we have to thank for the Jubilee Spray Park as well as the Vollema park renovation. Her strength and passion for our community knows no limits as she uses her efforts to help improve the community with her skills in fundraising and writing grants.
Email: Grants |
An amazing mother of three, Michelle comes to our board as our treasurer extraordinaire. Her time and experience in the community league is a welcomed addition to our board and we are very lucky to have her attention to detail to watch over our finances.
The newest member of our board, Alicia was willing to help out when we really needed someone to step-in and fill our vacant secretary position. With an educational background in political science, she is the perfect person to help us get organized. Welcome Alicia!
Mike has been hitting home runs as our baseball director since he joined the board a few years ago. A father of three rambunctious boys and a busy career as an esteemed cross country ski coach give Mike all the experience he needs to head up a growing baseball program. His work ethic and volunteer spirit is second to none. His main goal is to make baseball accessible to all kids in the community, to build their confidence, and to make sure they have a blast.
Assistant Programs Director
Originally from Ontario, Amanda has lived in Beacon Heights for over a decade. Her way of making the community home was to pitch in, help, and to get to know people. She has received a number of well-deserved awards for her volunteer contributions through the years. She is the first to welcome new members and becomes an instant friend. She works hard to bring programming to our community that allow our members to meet their neighbours, have fun, and feel included.
It is with open arms that we welcome this lovely, hard-working lady to our board. As a mother of two and a wife to our rink director/President, Chase, she has her hands full but she still makes time to help whenever help is needed. When she is not helping with programs and events, and attending community meetings, she can be found completing tasks like organizing our storage room – not a fun job – poor thing. We appreciate it more than you know.
Colleen felt like part of our community before she even lived here. She comes from northern Alberta rural roots. Once in the city soon discovered Community Leagues and has been a volunteer for over two decades. The strength of this community with its’ small town feel and roots is what attracted her here. You might not recognize Colleen without her camera as she can always be found taking pictures at community events and programs. Colleen serves on our board as a link between us and the business community.
Email: BRZ Representative
With a kind, quiet way about him and a wicked sense of humour, Roy has made huge contributions to our community as a volunteer, a neighbour, and a board member. He worked tirelessly on the committees that brought us Jubilee Spray Park and Vollema Park. His understanding of permits and construction projects make him perfect for the civics role. As a long-time Beacon Heights resident, his work ethic and community spirit make him a community gem.
Email: Civics Director
A true beacon – pun intended – of community spirit, Pat lights up the community with her kindness, commitment, and volunteer spirit. She has lived in the community for decades. She raised her family here and not only did she coach hockey and softball for years, she has also served on the board in several positions. She is now focused on creating inclusive seniors programming that makes a difference to both the community and to the lives of participants. The snow program that she puts together is a life-saver for those who rely on it. We are truly lucky to have Pat on our team.
Email: Senior’s Liaison