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Volunteer Appreciation Month

St. Albert Volunteer Appreciation Month

St. Albert Community Hall
Hall Rentals

St. Albert Community Hall

St. Albert Community Hall, which is operated by the St. Albert and District Community League and managed by a volunteer board of directors, is truly a gem. The Hall was built in 1940 and is known for its expanse of windows that flood the building in natural sunlight. An enduring legacy in the community for 80 years, the Hall has been everything to everyone, from a public library, a place of worship, a courthouse, and the site of many weddings, dances, and fundraisers.

“There is a need for a flexible, low-cost, non-partisan, non-sectarian meeting and recreational space St. Albert,” says Michael Clulow, Treasurer & Building Manager. “The St. Albert community Hall provides a venue for events, exercise classes, sports, baby showers, club meetings, and more. We are also home for the 533 St. Albert Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron, the St. Albert Host Lions Club, The St. Albert and District Fish and Game Association, St. Albert Karate Club, and the local branch of Weight Watchers.”

The main hall has a 200-person capacity and a hardwood dance floor. A bar, stage, and PA/video system, are available, as are tables and chairs. The lower hall (capacity 80) is great for meeting breakout sessions. A large kitchen is available for use.

To book the hall or learn more, visit www.stalbertcommunityhall.com.
Homeland Housing
Seniors Housing

Homeland Housing

Homeland Housing provides affordable homes for seniors with low to moderate income in Westlock County, Sturgeon County, Morinville, Redwater, Gibbons, Legal, and St. Albert.

“We offer safe and secure housing with 24-hour staffing, a variety of recreational activities, healthy meals, and snacks,” says a spokesperson for Homeland Housing. “Our seniors enjoy a simplified lifestyle free of burdensome chores and household maintenance. Each lodge is full of life! Our buildings are home to our people and they feel cozy and comfortable all day, every day. Extras like coffee, tea and goodies are in the lounge areas, which is also a comfortable spot for visiting with family, friends, or other residents.”

Homeland housing believes that seniors deserve a full, active, engaged lifestyle that caters to their needs and helps them retain independence. This is reflected in their vision to “make a difference, today, tomorrow and into the future,” through “enriching the lives of our residents and communities through diverse, quality housing and innovative services.”

To this end, self contained apartments, supported living units and affordable housing apartments are offered. Each living style is backed by a team that works innovatively and collaboratively, and carers that respect the diversity and autonomy of the residents.

Learn more at www.homelandhousing.ca
St Albert Host Lions Club
Volunteer Organization

St Albert Host Lions Club

With the motto “We Serve” the St. Albert Host Lions Club provides humanitarian service locally and abroad.

“We give back to the community while enjoying club member fellowship and self development,” says Barb Riley, President. Our theme of “Where there’s a need there’s a Lion,” and our many service projects speaks to the need of increasing membership.

In 2021, the St Albert Host Lions Club is poised to celebrate 70 years service in our community. In addition to preparing to participate in the Canadians Lions’ Centennial tree planning project this year, the club remains busy with its signature service projects of the Lions Park and the 533 St. Albert Air Cadet Squadron.

Other projects include the Lions Legacy Scholarship program, a peace poster contest and youth night, collection and distribution of used eye glasses to third world countries, community sponsorship of refugees, preparing meals for the homeless and for Ronald McDonald House, Lions Project Pride (Canadian flag program for Grade 1 students), Lions Eye Research Foundation at the Royal Alexandra hospital, Rotary Music Festival Scholarship, Amplify sponsorship, volunteering at St. Albert Food Bank / Community Village, assisting blood donor clinics, raising diabetes awareness, supporting the St. Albert Public Library, and manning Salvation Army kettles.

The St. Albert Host Lions Club is pleased to be part of Lions Club International, which is the largest service organization in the world.
To learn more, please visit www.e-clubhouse.org/sites/stalberthost