McLeod Community Hall

Community Updates

Sports Registration 2015

February 18, March 4 and March 11, 6-9pm.
McLeod Hall

Volunteers Needed for 2015 Family Day Event

If you are interested in receiving a volunteer credit for spring sports registration or just want to help, McLeod is seeking assistance with the 2015 Family Day event. The following shifts are available for Monday, February 16, 2015:

8am-12noon
Set up tables and chairs, cook pancakes and sausages, prepare and refill juice, serve food, clean up kitchen, assist with any activities
10am-2pm
Cook pancakes and sausages, prepare and refill juice, serve food, assist with any activities, clean up hall, put away tables and chairs

Please contact Leanne at mcleodpresident@gmail.com if you can help out.

Volunteer Commitment Credits

McLeod has some bingo vacancies that need to be filled. If you are interested in earning volunteer commitment credits or simply want to help, please contact Sandy at bingo@mcleodcommunityleague.ca.
February 19
Three openings
5pm to midnight

March 2
Seven openings
5pm to midnight

Workers will receive two vouchers for working the double shift. Please contact Sandy at bingo@mcleodcommuntyleague.ca if you can help out.

Yoga for Youth

McLeod Community League | 14715 59 ST NW
Programs Room

3 to 5 year-olds | 10 – 11 am
6 to 9 year-olds | 11:15 am – 12:15 pm
10 to 14 year olds | 12:45 – 1:45 pm

10 classes : September 20, 27, October 4, 18, 25, November 1, 15, 29, December 6 and 13 No classes on October 11, November 8 and November 22

$100 | $80 for each additional sibling | 2 friends for $180

Child Fitness Tax Credit available.

Click here to register

McLeod is Starting a Collective Kitchen

Collective Kitchens are small groups of people who get together on a regular basis to plan and cook meals. The members share ideas and recipes. They learn and improve their basic cooking skills. This includes planning, shopping and preparing meals for themselves and their families. By cooking together and sharing food, time and money are saved. Meals can be frozen and used when money is tight and time is limited.
If you are interested in participating or in helping organize the collective kitchen please email programs@mcleodcommunityleague.ca.
We are looking at starting in September or October.

McLeod Ice Rinks

The skating rinks behind the McLeod Hall are open:
Monday to Friday, 4:00-9:00 pm
Saturday and Sunday, 12 noon-5 p

Major snowfalls and temperature extremes (cold: -20 C including wind chill, warm: ice melting) will result in temporary rink closures.
The rink shack telephone number is 780-473-8993 and the answering machine is updated on the rink status.
A concession is available in the rink shack so you can get a snack or some hot chocolate to warm up on a cold day!
Please access the rinks by going to the back of the hall. There is no access through the hall.
All members of our community are welcome to use the rinks. A league membership and skate tags are required for all participants, and these can be purchased from the rink caretaker if you don't already have them.
For non-members or visitors to our community, a $2.00 fee per visit is payable to the rink attendant.

Rules for McLeod Rinks

• Skaters under the age of 18 must wear helmets while on rinks and on ice paths

• No inappropriate behavior or language permitted

• No alcohol or illegal drugs permitted

• Clean up any mess you make, use the garbage cans, put empty beverage containers into the recycling bins

• No playing tag or British Bulldog on rinks

• No playing hockey or stick handling of pucks on any of the ice paths that lead to the rinks

• No playing on the snow piles or ice surfaces inside the fenced rink area – this facility is for skating only

• Report any problems to the rink attendant

Failure to follow the rules will result in skaters being asked to leave the rink.
Continued disregard will result in a complete ban.
If you appear intoxicated, you will be asked to leave.

Please respect your facility.

Skate at your own risk.

McLeod Community League

Rink Use Policy
McLeod maintains two ice rinks during the winter for community enjoyment. The rinks are open to the McLeod community league members, other community league members and the general public. As McLeod pays for the cost of the rink attendant and rink maintenance, we charge a nominal fee to non-community league members to assist in offsetting the operational costs.

Fee: $2.00 cash per visit payable to the rink attendant

Free: With the purchase of a McLeod Community League single/family membership (cash only) from the from the rink attendant, you will receive skate tags accordingly. Affix the skate tag to your skates and skating is free for the entire season.

If you are from another community league, please show your current membership and/or your skate tag(s).

If you do not have your community league membership with you, please pay the nominal $2.00 fee per skater. You will need to ensure you connect with your own community league to get skate tags to avoid paying the fee each time to access our rinks. The rink attendant does not have the discretion to waive the fee.

Receipts are available upon request from the rink attendant.

Access:
1. The BIG rink is for shinny.
2. The SMALL rink is primarily for public skating.
3. The SMALL rink may be partitioned for dual use – shinny and public skating.
4. There is no blanket schedule for either rink.
5. Team practices are not permitted. Rinks are not available for rental.
6. Usage of the rinks is determined on a night-to-night basis by the rink attendant.
Questions about this policy can be directed to:
president@mcleodcommunityleague.ca.

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2013 year end Balance Sheet

2013 year end Profit & Loss by Class

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Free Learn to Skate Program

January 11 to February 22

Learn to Skate for All Ages Join us for Drop in Learn to Skate Sundays, 1:30-4:30pm, come anytime during these times January 11 to February 22 (no session February 15) FREE program Participants must check in with the rink attendant to get their hand stamped for the free program.

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