Welcome to Our Website

The Meadows Community League (TMCL) is pleased to announce the release of our new website.  We have been working hard to create a site that is more aesthetically pleasing, easier to read and navigate, and contains content tailored for our Community Members.

Bingo

Work one of our bingos and receive a voucher towards sport fees for your children!

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Drop in Basketball – Friday Nights

If you are 14 years of age or older, head over to Velma E Baker school (2845 – 43A Ave) on Friday nights from 6:00pm until 7:45pm and shoot some hoops! We have drop in basketball starting September 28th and running until November 30th. This is a recreational,...

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Report graffiti in our area!

Please be aware! We have seen an increase in graffiti in our area. This is a crime – if your property has been vandalized or defaced please report it. The Edmonton Police Service encourages citizens and visitors to our city to report all crimes that occur in...

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Kittlitz Park Redevelopment Concept Design

Are you curious to see what the concept design is for the Kittlitz Park Redevelopment? Well look no further! Please take a look at the link and let us know your thoughts. Email your comments until October 1st, 2018 to Kendra at pastpresident@themeadowscommunity.ca...

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Bingo Workers Needed

We are looking to add to our Bingo List.  If you are interested in working a Bingo for the Meadows Community League, please contact: bingo@themeadowscommunity.ca You must have a current membership to be on the list. If you have a child 21 years and younger, you may...

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Zumba – Tuesday Nights

Zumba fitness classes are resuming for the Fall. Great group of regulars! And all new people are welcome to join this super fun cardio workout! Tuesday nights from 7:15 – 8:15 PM. Starting September 25, 2018 and running until November 27, 2018. Velma E Baker...

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Neighbourhood Watch Update

As we are getting in the Holiday season, we would like to take this opportunity to remind people not leave items in cars, lock your doors, lock garages and keep target items out of site. Crimes of opportunity will be on the rise as we make our way through Christmas....

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