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Pancake Breakfast – Volunteers Needed!

Inglewood Community League is hosting a Pancake Breakfast for Community League Day on Saturday, September 21st!

We are looking for community members volunteers:

  • Planners and coordinators
  • Setup and takedown
  • Greeters
  • Food preparation and serving

This is a great opportunity to help out and give back to your community, and meet some neighbors!

Please contact programs@inglewoodcl.com to sign up.

More information about the event to come in early September.

Marketing and IT Volunteers Needed!

Inglewood Community League is expanding its publicity and technology committee and needs volunteers like you!

The Inglewood Community is home to nearly 6000 residents and 3400 dwelling units, but the Community League currently only reaches about 10% of them! To improve on this, we are recruiting and expanding our communications team to run new marketing campaigns and projects!

We are looking for volunteer team members with a wide variety of backgrounds, but are first and foremost passionate about our community of Inglewood. Some of the skills and experience we are looking for that you may already have, or are simply motivated to learn are:

  1. Social media savvy
  2. Marketing campaigns
  3. Management and leadership
  4. Writing and editing
  5. IT and G-Suites administration
  6. Web development/design
  7. Graphic design

In the upcoming months and year, there are some major projects we want to execute, but we need YOU to make them a success!

  1. Quarterly mailout newsletter
  2. Improved physical signage on Community League grounds
  3. Smartphone App implementation
  4. New connected boardroom

Contact pr@inglewoodcl.com with a bit of information about yourself and how you would like to contribute!

Pub Night at Sherbrooke Pub!

June 13 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Sherbrooke Pub (11827 St. Albert Trail)

Join us for another Inglewood Community Pub night! Come out to one of our community favorites, Sherbrooke Pub Thursday June 13th from 7 pm – 10 pm. Meet some new and old friends and neighbors from the Inglewood community! The Community League will provide some snacks and prizes.

Mid-Block Apartment Rezoning Public Hearing

 

City Council will hold a public hearing April 1, 2019 at 1:30 pm at Council Chamber to consider proposed Bylaws to change the zoning from (RF3) Small Scale Infill Development Zone to (DC2) Site Specific Development Control. If approved, this will allow for a 4 storey, 49 unit apartment building mid-block on 123 St. between 111 Ave and 112 Ave.

The Inglewood Community League sent a letter to the developer in September 2018 stating:

The Inglewood Community League is satisfied that the existing zoning, RF3, is consistent with the character and nature of this community and rezoning is unnecessary.

Members of the community who feel strongly about this project and re-zoning application are encouraged to:

Weight it given to attendance numbers, even if not all in attendance speak.