Recent News and Upcoming Events
Do you know a little something about being a treasurer?
We have been very lucky over the past four years to have a wonderful treasurer on our board who keeps us financially solvent. She has indicated that this will be her last term and so we are on the hunt for a new treasurer! This is an absolutely critical position for our community, and we are looking for a fabulous community member to come on board and make it their own. The work is anywhere from 10 - 20 hours per month, and some financial experience is certainly an asset (or a willingness to learn).
The board is a great group of people, we're friendly, welcoming and very committed to making our community a better place to be.
Our current treasurer would like to do a long handover to make sure our new treasurer is comfortable and set up for success, so there will be lots of support and transition time for you coming into the role.
If you think you're interested, please reach out and ask questions! firstname.lastname@example.org
check out our Tennis prograM!!!
Tennis Registration is now open! Get all the info on our Tennis Page.
Please note that a mandatory waiver is to be signed prior to registration.
Our community garden is so popular that it is now fully rented for the season!!
The garden committee would like to thank everyone for their support!
Click here to visit our Community Garden page.
Hello Greenfield -
With the declaration of an emergency under the Public Health Act by the Government of Alberta today, and with direction of the City of Edmonton and Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues, all community facilities are now closed. This includes our hall, the skate shack and the ice, as well as the playground.
In these rapidly changing times, I would remind us all to look to reliable sources of information when making decisions, remembering that we are making choices not only for ourselves as individuals, but for our families, our neighbours and our community. One great source of reliable, up to date is the government of Alberta’s website.
Please also remember that these stressful times will find highs and lows for us all - the confusion and change make it easy for people and risk to be missed. Please check on your neighbours - make a phone call, slip a note in a mailbox, or video chat!
There are lots of great groups starting online to offer support and connection, please reach out. Make a friend, help a neighbour, and maybe we’ll all make it through these challenges with resilience and wisdom.
~ your greenfield board