The Highlands is a magnificent neighbourhood of large lots, gracious houses, big trees and beautiful river views – all within a short distance of central Edmonton. Highlands endures as a close-knit place where people know their neighbours, watch out for each other and take pride in their treasured haven of history.
As the league that serves this community, the Highlands Community League strives to provide for the recreation of our members and to promote opportunity for friendly, social, active and educational interactions.
Highlands Community League AGM and Wine & Cheese Nite
plus - #YMMFire & #YEGFoodBank Donation Drive:
The HCL will be matching cash donations up to $500 with all proceeds going to the Edmonton Food Bank in aid of the Northern Alberta Evacuee Support.
Monday, May 30 - 7pm, Highlands Community Hall 6112-113 Ave.
Join us and find out how your league is doing, what has happened over the past year, what the plans are for the future and the latest news on items that concern the entire community, like the Mature Neighbourhood Overlay (MNO) project.
It's a big transition year for Highlands Community League, as a number of our board members have come to the end of their term limits. And while we are all sad to see these wonderful, community-minded folks who have given so much to the community step down, we know that others with the same sense of community spirit and leadership will be taking their place - maybe it's you. Getting involved is one of the best ways to create the type of community you are proud to say, "That's where I live."
Positions open are: president, treasurer, events/social director, membership director, facilities director, volunteer director, civic affairs director and sports director. To learn more about the various roles, please Click Here.
All Highlanders are invited to the AGM, but only those with valid Highlands league memberships are allowed to stand for office or vote. We look forward to see everyone on May 30th.
Benefits and perks of Your Community League Membership
- AGM voting rights
- A voice in the shaping of our community
- Community programs
- Social events
- Rental of the Highlands Community Hall at reduced rates
- Participation in community organized sports
- Reduced rates at City of Edmonton recreational facilities and programs; Click HERE for full details.
Free Indoor Swim times at Eastglen Leisure Centre: Community league members can go for a free swim at the pool on Sunday afternoons between 2:15pm and 4:15pm, until June 1, 2016.
Free Outdoor Swim times at four of Edmonton's outdoor pools beginning in May, 2016; Click HERE for full details.