Champlain Heights Community Association

Mission Statement
To provide equal access to quality leisure services for  individuals residing in Champlain Heights.

 

 

Champlain Heights Community Association

The responsibilities of the Champlain Heights Community Association include shaping programming, hiring staff, raising funds, accessing grants, developing rental policy, advocating for our parks and ensuring that decisions affecting the community are made at the grassroots level. The revenue generated through programs and rentals stays in our community and is invested in activities for children, special events, facility enhancements and park programs. The Association advocates for this community on a number of levels and your voice helps us better represent the community.

Let us know how this Centre can serve you and how you would like to be involved. Your contribution can be anywhere from an hour at an event to serving on the Board of Directors or on one of its committees.

 

Board of Directors  2016-2017

  • Maria Rantanen – President
  • Abdul Shaikh – Past President
  • Nicholas Ali – Vice-President
  • Lorraine Huamali – Treasurer
  • Penny Tonge – Secretary

Members at Large

  • Lorna Gibbs
  • Barb Warner
  • Terry Kirstiuk
  • Ron Ouerkerk
  • John Ames

 

The Champlain Community Association is looking for new members.

Do you want to help shape your community and make sure the community’s needs are heard? Would you like a say in the direction the centre is heading? Are you interested in the issues facing Everett Crowley Park? Can you spare two hours a month to attend meetings? To get involved, contact the association president at contact@champlainheightscc.ca

 

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August (as needed)


Champlain Heights Community Newsletter!

Be the First to Know!   Keep up to date on what’s going at Champlain Heights Community Centre Our newsletter  is your inside track to new programs, special offers, community events, arts news, entertainment opportunities, community initiatives to get involved, … Read More

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Champlain Summer Fair Another Success!

A great time had by all at our Annual Summer Fair.

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Fixing the signs along Champlain Crescent

The Champlain Heights Community Association has been in touch with the city with regards to replacing or refurbishing these two signs at the north intersection of Champlain Crescent and Matheson.  If you think this is a good idea, please e-mail … Read More

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Earth Day Pictures @ Everett Crowley Park

Held on Saturday April 22, 2017 11:00am-3:00pm This was family fun, environmental education and helping with the long-term reforestation goals of Vancouver’s 5th largest Park, Everett Crowley Hosted by Champlain Heights Community Association and Vancouver Parks. Scroll over picture to … Read More

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The Everett Crowley Park Committee

 The Everett Crowley Park Committee (ECPC) is a sub-committee of the Champlain Heights Community Association and is made up of park users and local residents who are working to see this green space protected and enhanced for the long term. … Read More

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EARTH DAY @ Everett Crowley Park

Held on Saturday April 22, 2017 11:00am-3:00pm   This was family fun, environmental education and helping with the long-term reforestation goals of Vancouver’s 5th largest Park, Everett Crowley Hosted by Champlain Heights Community Association and Vancouver Parks.

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Welcome to Champlain Heights!

The Champlain Heights Community Association Board of Directors is a group of dedicated volunteers who oversee both programming and budgeting at Champlain Heights Community Centre and Champlain Heights Community School – we also have stewardship of Everett Crowley Park. Community … Read More

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The Champlain Community Association is looking for new members.

The Champlain Community Association is looking for new members. Do you want to help shape your community and make sure the community’s needs are heard? Would you like a say in the direction the centre is heading? Are you interested … Read More

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