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WE NEED YOU!

Finger Pointing at ViewerJust a reminder that tomorrow (April 8th) at 7:00pm at the Crestmont Hall is the Annual General Meeting for your Crestmont Community Association and we need your support.

There are a number of important items to discuss including changes to our bylaws, area development updates and news regarding the Crestmont community and events that we are planning for 2016.

We will also have coffee and snacks to keep your tummy happy.

Please come out and show your support.  Membership sales can be processed at the hall if you don’t already have yours or need to renew.

Grab your neighbours and come on down.

Updated our Membership Application page

Due to a major system upgrade of one of our service providers we lost our membership application functionality back in May 2015. After pursuing a number of options we have come up with an interim solution that should get things back on track for memberships.

If your membership is due, please visit our “Become A Member” page and fill out the form. The online payment feature using PayPal is still the same, however it is now disconnected from the membership form.

If you have any problems or questions, please do not hesitate to Contact Us for assistance.

Thanks,
Your friendly Crestmont Community Association

 

CCA Annual General Meeting

CCA AGM - Your Vote Is Important! It is that time of year again for the Crestmont Community Association Annual General Meeting.

Join us on April 10th at 7:00pm at the Crestmont Hall for Refreshments and Appetizers, and bring your enthusiasm and support for the CCA.

Why not throw your hat into the ring and run for any of the open board positions.

All active CCA members are able to vote, so please come and join us.

Crestmont Community Association
Annual General Meeting
April 10th, 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Crestmont Hall

Please Join Us!

jump_slapHello Crestmont Neighbors!
Please come to the CCA meeting next Thursday August 21st at 8pm at the Crestmont Hall. We need your help…

  • We are trying to form a crime watch committee and looking for leaders
  • We have our 2nd annual Kids Day event coming on Sunday September 7th and need volunteers for the event
  • We are looking for a Vice President for the CCA
  • Other CCA Director positions are open
  • We have development updates you should be aware of
  • We will be voting on upcoming events, new committees, and new Directors

Come on out next Thursday and show your support to the Crestmont community, we need your help.

Sincerely,

Amy Hen

President
CCA – Crestmont Community Association
http://crestmontcommunity.org

CCA and VRCA help for flood victims

Do you want to help our Flood Victims?

Crestmont CA and the VRCA are coming together to help our City where we can.  The Crestmont Community Association has secured the Crestmont Community hall from 10am-6pm on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday this week.  They intend to use the facility as an item-drop off location, and on Tuesday, as a sandwich-making location.

If you would like to assist with sandwich making on Tuesday morning starting at 9:00am, please show up at the Crestmont Hall and all food is being generously supplied by Sysco Food Services Calgary.

↓↓↓ To help out click the link below  ↓↓↓
I Want to Help CCA & VRCA Help the YYC Flood Victims

There are 5 main ways our Community Associations can work together to help our City recover from this disaster.

1.     Help those less fortunate:

We have been informed that the Calgary Drop-In Center, the YWCA, and several other agencies are in dire need of a few key items:

A)     Razors, Brushes, Combs, Contact Solution

B)      Toothbrushes and toothpaste

C)      Feminine hygiene products

D)     Socks and underwear for boys, girls, men & women

E)      Diapers, Wipes, Baby Formula, Baby Food, Receiving Blankets

F)      Shampoo, lotion, conditioner, deodorant

G)     Hand-sanitizers, cleaning supplies, mops, brooms, garbage bags, cleaning gloves

H)     Boxes, duct tape and packing tape

I)        Plungers, flashlights, batteries

J)       Work gloves, work boots, rubber boots

K)      Backpacks, paper (lined and plain), markers, pens

L)       Water bottles, blankets

 

2.     Thank our EMS personnel:

Gifts cards to:

A)     Tim Hortons

B)      Safeway

C)      Prepaid Phone and Credit Cards for Communal Use

D)     Any other Gift cards (food is great…Subway, etc.)

 

3.     A Food Drive:

A)     The Calgary Drop-In Center and Calgary Food Bank will accept non-perishable food items, so if you have canned or non-perishable goods, please consider donating them.

B)      On Tuesday, assuming there is still a need, a sandwich-making day for the Calgary Drop-In Center will occur at the Crestmont Community Hall.  Please consider bringing bread, sandwich meats, etc. and help us make some sandwiches!

 

4.     Physical Help:

There will be a number of Bowness seniors and disabled who will have difficulty cleaning out their homes and basements in the coming days.  They may require dump runs, etc.

 

If you are willing to offer your help in assisting them, we are willing to buddy you up with a fellow VR or Crestmont resident and find Bowness residents who need you!  Please email to add your name to the list, and we will email you when a request is received.

 

5.     Monetary Donations:

There are many amazing organizations collecting monetary donations.  Here is a list of a few of them.  Please donate directly to these organizations, as neither the VRCA nor the CCA will accept cash donations.

A)     AARCS.  This amazing organization rescues hundreds of dogs and cats each year, and has been particularly active in the flooded First Nations reserve of Siksika.  (They can also use donated pet supplies.)   http://www.aarcs.ca/

B)      Canadian Red Cross.  www.redcross.ca  You can Text 30333 to automatically donate $5 to flood relief.

C)      Volunteer Calgary has a comprehensive list of additional sites accepting donations of money or items.   http://volunteercalgary.wordpress.com/2013/06/22/calgary-flood-donation-drop-off-points-and-wish-lists/

 

We hope your family and friends are safe, and are thankful that our Communities were relatively unaffected.

Jason Simms

Crestmont CA President

 

 

Crestmont Community Association Annual General Meeting

AGMDear Crestmont resident,

On behalf of the CCA board I would like to invite you to attend the AGM on Sunday, March 17 from 2pm at the Crestmont Hall.

(representitives from Qualico will be joining us prior to the AGM for an informal Q and A session until 2.30 before the AGM commences)

We are seeking enthusiastic prospective board members and volunteers for a range of different tasks/activities and invite you to register your interest and step up to help out in your community.

As a young community there are many goals we would like to achieve to further enhance our unique neighborhood.

Some of the areas you may be concerned with are as follows:

–    Surrounding development activity
–    Events
–    Membership
–    Grants/funding opportunities
–    Proposed community gardens
–    Beautification program

Have a voice and be heard! We value your opinion and contribution. The future and success of our community depends on the involvement of its residents and members.

PLEASE NOTE: CHILDSPLACE DAY CARE HAS KINDLY OFFERED THEIR SERVICES TO LOOK AFTER CHILDREN DURING THE AGM AND WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THEIR GENEROUS OFFER (BETWEEN 1.30 AND 4PM)

Please tell a friend and we hope to see you at the AGM on Sunday, March 17!

Andrew Shorter President, CCA
Jason Simms VP, CCA
info@crestmontcommunity.org

Annual General Meeting

That time has come again for the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Crestmont Community Association.  All the board positions are open so if you are interested in volunteering to get involved in your community, please come and check out what we have to say.

The meeting will be at the Crestmont Resident’s Hall on March 18th from 2pm – 4pm.  All Crestmont Community Association members in good standing will be able to vote in the election of the new board for 2012/2013.  Memberships ($20 / year) will be available at the meeting so please come early to sign up.

 
Al Del Degan
President

Mayor Nenshi says “Get Involved”

In the Calgary Herald,

Mayor Nenshi
Mayor Nenshi

Mayor Nenshi wrote a column on Calgary Communities and how people need to be more involved…

Nenshi is urging people to do three things to make their community better, and to mentor three others to do the same.

“They can be big things like joining a community association or small things like having a frontyard barbecue and inviting your neighbours over,” Nenshi said.

Full Story at: The Calgary Herald online