Welcome to The Crestwood Community League
Here's what's new . . .
We would like to ask you to encourage students in your community to participate in the annual international contest-game Mathematical Kangaroo for students in grades 1-12 in Canada, being hosted by Concordia University College of Alberta on Sunday, March 29, 2015. The main purpose of this competition is to introduce participants to math challenges in an enjoyable way, thus inspiring their further interest and advancement in mathematics. We also offer on-campus training classes on March 22, 2015, again at Concordia.
The 2015 contest registration started on January 6. Students are registered by themselves, their parents, or their teachers through the online registration system at www.mathkangaroocanada.com. The national deadline for completing the contest registration and payment is March 15, 2015. Edmonton will allow later deadline, March 23. The contest registration fee of $17; the training fee is $10.00 per student per class.
For more information, please visit the Canadian Math Kangaroo Contest (CMKC) website www.mathkangaroocanada.com. Other useful source of information is our Math Kangaroo Edmonton website www.mathkangarooedmonton.com.
If you have any general questions regarding Math Kangaroo, please email at email@example.com. If you have any questions regarding the Math Kangaroo contest in Edmonton area, do not hesitate to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking forward to your students’ participation. For a number of years, our City of Champions has been with the third largest participation in Canada following The Greater Toronto Area and Ottawa and we hope that this will happen once again in 2015!
Thank you for considering promoting the Kangaroo!!!
The Math Kangaroo Team in Edmonton
Crestwood has social media.
We have a Website, Facebook page and Twitter.
You can subscribe to announcements on the website so you know when something new is posted.
Announcements Tweet if you follow @Crestwood #YEG.
Any notice of a community event or of interest to the community can be posted to Facebook or the website, usually within 48 hours.
Sorry we do not accept advertisements at this time.
Twitter.com/ @Crestwood #YEG
We also have two Facebook groups one for casino volunteers and the other for Crestwood Board and League members to post on.
FACEBOOK GROUP https://www.facebook.com/groups/5318777103
FACEBOOK CASINO GROUP https://www.facebook.com/groups/198361963541575/
Coordinators are needed for the Crestwood Soccer Program.
2 Coordinators are required for each season; outdoor summer soccer and indoor winter soccer.
The Soccer Director will oversee all soccer functions and report to the Board on the soccer program and finances.
The coordinators will aid the Director in the running of the program and helping equipment manger, coaches, volunteers and teams with their concerns and program commitments.
The Program needs three leaders and a support team of managers per season to run and create a FUN program.
We have a vibrant Soccer program let us keep it going and have new exciting people fill these positions to keep our kids active.
April 11 AGM 4 pm & 5 – 8 pm refreshments and meet your League
May 2 Saturday 9 am- 5 pm Big Bin Event for Crestwood Community League MEMBERS ONLY
May 22 Friday Spring Dinner. 6 - 10 pm Advance ticket sales
June 18 Crestwood Building Society AGM 7:30 pm
June 20 Saturday Soccer Party
Sept 19 Saturday Fall Dinner Community League Day. 5 – 10 pm Advance ticket sales
Sept 20 & 21 Casino event -Please volunteer
Dec 11 Candy Cane Lane Opens
Dec 13 Family Christmas Celebration. 3- 6 pm RSVP. free chili dinner
Crestwood BIG BIN EVENT
May 2 time: 9 am – 5 pm
Capital City Cleanup & BFI and
Crestwood Community League
are helping to clean up our neighbourhood.
Any CRESTWOOD COMMUNITY LEAGUE MEMBER
Crestwood League Members only have the Big Bin privilege.
may haul their yard debris, old couches, mattresses,
construction waste, almost anything, etc, down to the hall.
We do not provide trucks, but we will allow as many loads as you want all day.
Be sure to have your current CRESTWOOD LEAGUE Membership Card on you or the money to purchase a membership.
League membership fees: someone will be available onsite.
For you to purchase a Crestwood membership, you must reside in Crestwood.
Pre-purchase a membership look on membership page www.crestwood.ab.ca bring your receipt. You may be able to get one from the Rink office during skate hours at the hall before March 15 or at BlackBird Cafe.$40 Family
$ 20 Single parent family
ECO STATION DROP OFF--- SORT YOUR LOAD. Eco is first to unload
OUT OF SITE HAULING is again donating their service & time for Eco
The waste bin company won’t accept anything that would go to the Eco Station such as: TIRES, FRIDGE’S, FREEZERS, PAINT, MOTOR OIL & PESTICIDES, old APPLIANCES, BBQ’s, COMPUTERS.
www.crestwood.ab.ca for more information
We Will Not accept anything Eco Stations cannot accept, as in the following:
· Commercial hazardous waste
· Commercial biomedical waste
· Expired medications
· Radioactive waste
· Pressurized gases
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Want to know where it goes
Edmonton Reuse Centre edmonton.ca/reusecentre 6835 83 St NW Edmonton, AB
Station Reuse Area 14710 Ellerslie Road SW
We will not be providing this service if you wish to
drop off an item for re-use be aware it may end up in the bin at the end of the
The Reuse & Recycle Directory will provide you with a list of charities, businesses and City services that can reuse, recycle or dispose of your unwanted household items. http://webproxy.edmonton.ca/external/recycling/default.aspx
Garbage/ Re-cycle/ Eco Poster
the crestwood site is split into five zones as noted below
these are the items we take. VOLUNTEERS WILL AID YOU IN THE CORRECT AREA TO OFF LOAD.
cardboard boxes gratefully accepted to aid with sorting.
Small appliances and scrap metal
• BBQs, lawnmowers, bikes, tools, etc.
• scrap metal- no mixed materials
• car parts
• all fluids (e.g. oil, antifreeze,
gas, diesel) and empty containers
• oil filters, tires, car batteries
Corrosive/poisonous cleaners well contained and labeled
• bleach, drain, toilet and oven
Lawn and garden
• herbicides, pesticides, fertilizer
Paint/stains- well contained and labeled
• paint/stain (empty or full cans,
• thinners, turpentine, varnishes,
• fluorescent tubes/ballasts, compact
fluorescents, all other bulbs and fixtures
• aerosol cans (partially full)
• batteries (any kind)
• caulking, cement powder
• fire extinguishers, propane
bottles or tanks
• syringes (put in a plastic LAUNDRY bottle)
• photo chemicals, glues
Eco SMALL APPLIANCES & electronics
Small appliances and scrap metal
• anything with a battery or cord
(computers, TVs, toasters, etc.)
Eco LARGE APPLIANCES
Large bulky items
•fridges, freezers, stoves, etc.
• lumber, windows, doors, shingles,
insulation, drywall, concrete, etc.
Large bulky items
• mattresses, sofas, broken furniture, etc.
• soil, gravel, tree roots, stumps, etc.
ANY LARGE AND BULKY ITEMS NOT DISPOSED IN REGULAR GARBAGE PICKUP