East College Park Community Association
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 ECPCA Park Lighting Project
Our Goal: $32,641
We've Raised: $32,815
WE DID IT!
Thank You! to everyone that has helped ECPCA reach our fundraising goal.  Enjoy the new lights in the park! 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
Spring Registration
At the Family Fun Day in the Park and.....
Thursday, February26th, 2015
6:30p.m. to 8:00p.m.
Roland Michener
Family Fun Day in the Park
February 22, 2015 1p.m. to 3p.m.
St. Augustine Boot Room
(Doors closest to rink)
Milk Jug Curling, Skating,
Sledding, Hot Chocolate, and
Donuts
 

Hello East College Park Residents,

I'm very excited about the new programming we have offered in East College Park.  New this year are:  Guys on the move, Adult Volleyball and Adult Basketball.   Big thanks to our indoor coordinators - Corinne Harms and Candace Guist.  We strive to offer community activities at a recreational level to connect people and provide healthy lifestyles.  

We hope to see you at our February 22nd Winter Day in the Park 1:00-3:00pm.   Sleigh rides, supervised activities, hockey, pseudo curling and skating planned plus Tim Horton treats.   Come say hello and meet your neighbors.   We are also having Registration for Spring Activities on this day.

We appreciate our partnerships with Roland Michener school, St Augustine school and the City of Saskatoon.   Our community consultant - Art Lord - has retired and we thank him for his help.   We are also sad to see some of our board members move on:  Julie Wasylow, Candace Guist, Garnet Richards, Joel Wabugwe, Brian Adamiak,  and Wanda Riou.  Thanks to all for your help and commitment to community.   This leaves some gaps in our board so we really hope you will consider being part of our board.  

One goal this year is to get the website ecpark.ca  to have current information.   We will also be renting a sign to advertise events as budget permits.   At this point it is on Boychuk Drive by St Augustine School.  

Wishing you the best,

Donna Parker
President ECPCA
306-373-3563
gdparker@sasktel.net

 
East College Park consists of approximately 1900 households.
It is a thriving family-based community with 2 elementary schools.
East College Park is located on the east side of saskatoon surrounding the beautiful Sid Buckwold Park.
East College Park Community Association is a prime example of volunteeers who care.
The association strives to help East College Park with community activities and events for our area.

Do you know a person who would love to play a sport or take a course but is unable to afford the cost? We can help!!

ECPCA may fund registration fees for those who would like to participate in our programs. This does not include the membership fee to the community association. We are more than willing to be of assistance in a very confidential manner. If you or someone you know is not participating because of program costs, please contact the Treasurer at treasurer@ecpark.ca.