Canada Day Pancake Breakfast

canada_flagOur annual Canada Day Pancake Breakfast will be held on Wednesday, July 1st from 9-11am  near École la Mission. The cost of this event is only $3 if you go green and bring your own plate and utensils, $4 if you happen to forget. You may also want to bring a lawn chair or two as we have a limited number of picnic tables available.

As always we will have games for the kids and this will also be a great opportunity to connect with some of your neighbours. Each year this event seems to grow and so we will do our best to keep up with the community’s insatiable demand for pancakes!

With the growing popularity of this event comes a growing need for volunteers. We are currently short on volunteers and would greatly appreciate any help that people could offer, be it an hour, or two or three! If you are able to volunteer, please let us know!

Spring 2015 Update

Annual General Meeting Notice

Our AGM will be held on Thursday, April 23rd at 7pm at École la Mission. Our guest speaker will be City of St. Albert Neighbourhood Development Coordinator Angie Dedrick. Angie will speak about the Neighbourhood Network and the ways we can encourage more connected communities.

The AGM is also the opportunity to elect a new Executive for our Association. We are always looking for new people to get involved. The time commitment is one meeting a month and it’s a great way to support your community and get to know your neighbours.

We will also have information available on QSP Magazine subscriptions. HLCA members get access to discounted magazine subscription rates. A portion of each subscription is also donated back to HLCA which assists with the delivery of our events throughout the year.

Hudson Road Reconstruction

The City of St. Albert will be hosting an Open House on Wednesday, April 15th from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. at Sir George Simpson School regarding the planned reconstruction of Hudson Road. The open house will provide residents with an opportunity to learn more about the project and to ask questions or discuss concerns they may have. A formal presentation will be held from 6:45 to 7:15 p.m.with a question and answer period until 8 p.m.Residents are encouraged to let City staff know about renovation plans, family events such as weddings or reunions, RV access requirements or any other information that may aid in the construction schedule. There is also an FAQ regarding the project available here.
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Thank You Volunteers

This week is National Volunteer Week and we just want to take this opportunity to say thank you all of you who have given your time to help out with our events. We are fortunate to live in such an excellent neighbourhood with a committed group of volunteers.

Family Day Festival

Our annuasleighridel Family Day Festival is fast approaching. Join us on Monday, February 16, 2015 from 1-4pm for games, sleigh rides and refreshments. This event takes place around École la Mission.

This will be a great chance to meet some of your neighbours and spend time with your family. As always, we are in need of some volunteers to help ensure that things run smoothly. If you could spare an hour or two please let us know. Look forward to seeing you all there!

Fall Update

hallowThank you to everyone who came out to our Halloween Party. It was another fun night with lots of kids (and ghosts) with smiles on their faces. Thank you as always to École la Mission for making the school available for the event. Finally, thank you to all of the volunteers who gave of their time to run a game and help in any way needed to make this event possible.

Our next event will be the annual Christmas Party. It will be held on Thursday, December 4th from 6:30pm – 8:00pm. We will need a few volunteers to help out so please let us know if you would like to volunteer. Look forward to seeing everyone there!

Canada Day Fun

Just a quick note to say thank you to everyone who came out and enjoyed the Canada Day Pancake Breakfast. The turnout was once again record setting and we thank everyone who had to wait for breakfast for their patience.

We owe a huge thanks to the many volunteers who gave of their time to help out with this event. From pancake flippers to ticket takers to servers, our volunteers make this event possible. A special thanks to École la Mission and its Principal Claude Viel for both opening the school for the event and for spending the entire morning helping out.

Look forward to seeing everyone again next year!