OUTDOOR SOCCER 2017
(In The Hamptons)
A soccer development program for U-4 to U-8
(see website for detailed Sports program philosophy and
a comparison of The Hamptons vs EMSA soccer programs)
Tentatively: April 24, 2017– June 16, 2017
- All play is in The Hamptons
- Emphasis on skill development and participation
- Coaches clinics for volunteers
- Cost $85 to $95 + Volunteer Deposit $50 (refundable by application, upon completion of volunteer commitment)
On-Line Registration and On-Line Payment
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On-Line Membership purchase: http://efcl.org/membership
Or by completing: Hamptons Membership Application
U4 (2013) Wednesdays 6:15 – 7:05 ($85 + $50 = $135)
U5 (2012) Mondays Mon 6:15 – 7:05 ($85 + $50 = $135)
U6 (2011) Tue/Thurs 6:15 – 7:15 ($90 + $50 = $140)
U7 (2010) Mon/Wed 6:15 – 7:30 ($95 + $50 = $145)
U8 (2009) Tue/Thurs 6:15 – 7:30 ($95 + $50 = $145)
Sister Annata Brockman Sport Fields
Our Annual General Meeting is approaching quickly! This year, the meeting is scheduled to be held on Wednesday, October 12, 2016 at 7 PM. The location of the meeting is being finalized, so save the date, and watch this space and our Facebook page at http://facebook.com/TheHamptonsCL
One feature of our AGM is the election or re-election of board members. This year, a few positions are available on our board. If you would like to get involved with the community league and work with a dedicated group of volunteers who strive to make living in The Hamptons even better, then we would love to hear from you!
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Hamptons Community League is undertaking a campaign called “Free The Grey Zone” to have our community league northern boundary adjusted. If you live between 55th Avenue and 62 Avenue, we encourage you to learn more here.
FC Edmonton and the Edmonton Federation of Community Leagues (EFCL) have partnered to kickoff this year’s annual City-wide Community League Day celebrations on Saturday, Sept. 17.
The kickoff will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 14 when FC Edmonton takes on RAYO OKC at Clark Stadium where Community League Spirit will invade the pitch at half time.
All 157 Community Leagues and their residents are encouraged to come show their Community League Spirit. Tickets are available exclusively to community league members until Aug. 31 for only $20 (incl. hot dog/pop).
This gets you:
– Automatically entered into a draw for special VIP experience and seating – The opportunity to participate in a community league half-time activity and win great prizes – Reserved Community League sideline seating
Buy before August 31 and help your community league win!
When purchasing your ticket, make sure to enter your postal code. Your league could win the ultimate FC Experience for its Community League Day event, which will include FC’s Shooter Tooter, Eddie the Mascot and a visit from the FC Edmonton Fan team.
As a partner of EFCL, FC Edmonton is going to be awarding one community league the ultimate FC Experience for their community league day. This includes the Shooter Tutor, Eddie the Mascot, and the FC Edmonton Fan team.
Buy your tickets at app.goasagroup.com/efcl:
1.) Click on the EFCL Landing Page.
2.) Select the blue ‘Sign Up Now’ button to create an account. Follow the prompts.
3.) Select the September 14th FC Edmonton game in the ‘Upcoming Events’ tile on the left-hand side.
4.) Enter the number of tickets you want and then select the green ‘Purchase Ticket’ button.
5.) Follow the on-screen payment process.
6.) You will receive your PDF tickets in a separate email.
If you have any questions, please either phone: 780 391-8144 or email: email@example.com
ATCO has issued an advisory indicating that there is a project that they will be undertaking to replace the pipeline for natural gas in the southwest Edmonton area. A PDF has been provided to show the areas affected.
This program will see vintage high-pressure natural gas pipelines in Calgary and Edmonton taken out of service or transferred to a lower pressure to be used for distribution service and new high-pressure pipelines built primarily in the Transportation/Utility Corridors (Anthony Henday Dr).
This will modernize the natural gas network and add capacity to meet the growing demand for natural gas in Alberta’s two largest centres.
Due to this project, there may be increased traffic due to equipment being used and increased noise from the activity. Information has been provided in the PDF below.
We are happy to share with you that we now have confirmed dates and times for our Outdoor Soccer program for 2016!
Season start and end dates
The City has announced that sports fields will open this year Saturday May 1st, 2016
U4 – Wednesday 6:15 – 7:05 pm (First night May 4th)
U5 – Monday 6:15 – 7:05 pm (First night May 2nd)
U6 – Tuesday and Thursday 6:15 – 7:15 pm (First night May 3rd)
U7 – Monday and Wednesday 6:15 – 7:30 pm (First night May 2nd)
U8 – Tuesday and Thursday 6:15 – 7:30 pm (First night May 3rd)
Could you volunteer to coach?
At this time, we are in need of coaches for U7. If you have some extra time and would be willing to help, we would be most grateful! Contact our soccer administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to lend us a hand.
Our registrations are now closed for the 2016 registration year.
This is a soccer development program targeted for U-4 to U-8. It will run from April 25 to June 17, 2016.
- All games are played in The Hamptons
- Emphasis is on skill development and participation
A league membership is required to participate. However, members of other community leagues are welcome too. If you do not have a community league membership, you can purchase one online at www.efcl.org/membership.
- On the page, select “I already know my community league”
- In the dropdown, select “The Hamptons Community League”
- Individual memberships are $25
- Family memberships are $30
For any questions you may have, please contact our Soccer Administrator at email@example.com
You can also follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/TheHamptonsCommunityLeagueEdmonton/
Follow us on Twitter: @TheHamptonsCL
Our two recent tenders for a Sports Coordinator and a Soccer Administrator are now closed. We would like to thank all applicants for their submissions and interest in these two positions.
The Hamptons Community League is proudly looking forward to hosting a Red Cross babysitter certification course coming up on November 7, 2015.
Working with our partners, Discovery Land Childcare, we are excited to provide this program for the community at a low cost of only $65 per student including materials, course, and registration fees.
The course will run from 9 am to 4 pm. Pre-registration is required. A registration form can be downloaded and printed here (Word Document) and then emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment can be made via cheque or cash on the day of the course.
All participants must be 11 years of age or older.
Please note that you will need this course and certification to participate in our Babysitter Meet and Greet event in December.
Our Civics Director, Jason, has an update on the status of the connection of 62 Avenue to 215 Street (Winterburn Road) and why 215 Street is currently closed.
The connection of 62 Avenue to 215 Street is a developer-funded project which is currently on hold because they are waiting for a utility (power line) to be moved so they can complete the asphalt paving and the concrete work at the 215 Street/62 Avenue connection. The anticipated time frame for this to happen is the end of October.
When the power poles are moved, they will complete the asphalt, the concrete curb and gutter can be finished and 215 Street will be reopened as well as the new stretch of 62 Avenue.
When 215 Street is reopened, motorists will notice improvements. There will be a permanent painted centre line denoting the lanes of traffic, turn lines and edge lines, and for the first time ever this stretch of 215 Street will have a curb and gutter on the east side of the road. The west ditch line of 215 Street does not belong to the City, so it will remain at least for the time being as it was with no curb or gutter. 62 Avenue will have curb and gutter, painted lines and traffic control islands at 215 Street and at Hemingway Road.
As of now, traffic lights will not be installed at either intersection, but after the new connections are opened traffic patterns will be monitored for bylaw compliance, traffic volume and speed. Adjustments will be made as the City deems fit.
Look forward to this new connection opening late October or early November.