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1. Horse Hill Community Meeting
February 26, 2018 from 7 pm to 9 pm at Clareview Community Recreation Centre.
2. Outdoor Soccer Registration/Payment Session
February 27, March 1, 7 and 12, 2018 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm at Clareview Community Recreation Centre.
3. Annual General Membership Meeting
March 19, 2018 from 6:30 pm to 9 pm
Horse Hill School, 19355 Meridian St NW, Edmonton
4. McConachie Event
May 27, 2018
5. Cy Becker Event
2nd Weekend of June 2018
6. Brintnell Event
4th Weekend of June 2018
Horse Hill Soccer- Child and Youth
All registration must be completed online prior to attending the Payment Sessions. Handwritten registration forms will not be accepted.
Register here —->
http://emsanorth.com/play/register (Registration opens Feb 1, 2018)
Clareview Recreation Centre, 3804 139 Avenue (opposite the Ice Rink)
February 27, March 1, 7 and 12, 2017 – 6:30 – 8:00 pm
We are unable to accept late registrations due to lack of facility or manpower to do so.
1) Community League membership – $25 valid Sept 1, 2017 – Aug 31, 2018.
2) Volunteer deposit – $200
3) U9 and up – uniform deposit of $75 (to be collected at uniform pickup)
4) One copy of “Player summary” – must be printed and brought to the Payment Session.
5) Registration Fees as indicated
All fees can be paid by cash, credit or debit.
Memberships can be pre-purchased at
http://efcl.org/membership – proof of payment is required. Membership will also be on sale at the Payment Session.
Each family must sign up for one volunteer commitment. Volunteer commitments stay with the community in which you registered, even if transferred. You are not obligated to do a volunteer commitment to the transfer community, but if you are coaching the team, please ask the transfer community director to contact Horse Hill to confirm.
Deposits are returned at the event at the end of the shift or in the case of ENZSA Zone commitments, upon confirmation of attendance. NO show means that deposit has been forfeited – NO
Jerseys are provided. U9 and up must return the jerseys at the end of the season. Shinguard are mandatory, cleats are optional at U5 and U7 levels; mandatory for U9 and up – it is the parent’s responsibility to provide this. Socks are available for purchase at time of registration for $5.00, and shorts for $10.00.
Every effort is made to accommodate player and coach requests however this is not guaranteed. Players may have to transfer to surrounding communities if there aren’t enough to form a team. Registration is still required in the community in which the player resides.
Games are played throughout North East Edmonton. Home fields for Horse Hill Community are Horse Hill School and Brintnell Park. Schedules are expected to be released on April 23, 2018 – information is not available before that date.
If you have any questions, please contact Martin at
Visit our website for more information at
What is Sport Explorerz?
Sport Explorerz is a community-based program which aims to align with Canadian Sport for Life (CS4L) – “a movement to improve the quality of sport and physical activity in Canada. CS4L links sport, education, recreation and health as well as aligns community, provincial and national programming.” This program is also guided by the principles of Physical Literacy. These principles are a part of the foundational stages of the Long Term Athlete Development model set by Sport Canada for all sports in the development of athletes and for individuals to be active for life.
Through Active Play, your child will have the opportunity to develop:
• Travelling Skills – running, climbing, galloping, jumping, hopping, skipping…
• Object Control Skills – throw, kick, strike, trapping…
• Balance Movements – balancing/centering, dodging, landing, stopping, falling…
• Social Skills – interacting, sharing, following instruction, being a team player…
Benefits of Participating in Sport Explorerz
• A fun, safe and challenging environment that is age appropriate to explore and develop fundamental movement skills.
• Involves games and play where each child has an equal opportunity to practice their skills.
• Gain body awareness through moving their bodies in different ways.
Registration dates will be the same as the soccer payment sessions.
For more information, please visit the following websites:
Follow the Facebook page for updates:
Openings for the following positions:
From our executive board:The President and Secretary have completed their two-year term. Both positions are looking to be filled.
Our sports/soccer coordinator is leaving this summer. We NEED a soccer coordinator in order to have our soccer programs. Without a soccer coordinator we will not be able to continue after this outdoor season.
Communications / social media will also be a position that will needs to be filled.
If you or someone you know is interested, please contact the President at
firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love (and need) some new faces to our Board. Please attend the Annual General Membership meeting on March 19, 2018.
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NEWSLETTER ADVERTISING RATES
Full Page (7.25” x 9.00”) $100
Half Page (3.5.” x 9.00” or 7.25” x 4.50”) $60
1/3 Page (3.00” x 7.25”) $45
Quarter Page (3.50” x 4.50”) $35
Card Size (3.25”x 2.00”) $20
Community League members will enjoy a 25% discount .
Submission deadline is every 20th of the month.
Email inquiries to
To get the latest information, most recent newsletter, contact information, and other great stuff, visit our Website, Facebook Page and follow us on Twitter.
The 2017/2018 membership will expire on August 31, 2018.
A family membership costs $25.00 and includes all the benefits listed below.
To get your membership you can purchase online at EFCL at
https://efcl.org/membership/, in person at any Servus Credit Union, or at any of our events at McConachie, & Cy Becker, Quarry Ridge, and rural North East.
1. Annual General Meeting voting rights
2. Community programs
3. Social events
4. Discount in UofA Tech Training Centre Courses
5. Free Community swim at Clareview Recreation Center
6. Participation in Community sports. (Soccer, Baseball, Hockey)
7. City of Edmonton – Discount for Annual and Punch Pass
8. Neighbourhood Community rink access (with skate tags)* – Nearby community Rinks include Fraser, Homesteader, South Clareview, McLeod, Steele Heights and Lago Lindo (see the community website for dates and times).
Skate tags are given at the time of membership purchase (in person). For online purchases, skate tags will be handed out at community events with proof of purchase.
If you are interested in more information regarding membership please contact our Membership Director at
The Horse Hill Community League help build a strong, diverse and proactive community by acknowledging and responding to the needs of our members.
1. We maintain the outdoor skating rinks.
2. We work with the City of Edmonton to provide summer and playground programs and other opportunities.
3. We organize, coach, and host children’s indoor and outdoor soccer, and green shack program, Please see website for timely information on League Happenings
4. We organize fun all inclusive events throughout the year.
What are our current big projects?
A. McConachie Community Park Development – If you would like to be part of the Park society please contact email@example.com
B. Brintnell Community Park Redevelopment
How do I find out what is happening in the community?
1. Walk about and visit with neighbours.
2. Attend community events as listed on the website calendar
3. Read & contribute to the quarterly Horse Hill’s newsletter or the Horse Hill website.
4. Join the Horse Hill Facebook page.
Where do we get our funding?
A. The Horse Hill Community League has several sources of funding for different initiatives and projects.
B. Our Fall Membership Drive is an important fundraiser. High membership helps us obtain more external funding.
C. We apply for grants through the City of Edmonton and the Province of Alberta.
D. We host a casino every two years.
How can I become involved?
1. Come to a Horse Hill Executive Board meeting and volunteer.
2. Fill out your membership card with a list of your skills.
3. Email an inquiry as to where your donation of time could most benefit our community.
I want to volunteer. Now what?
you can email the president at
BOARD OF DIRECTORS and COMMITTEE HEADS