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CKE Christmas Toy and Food Bank Drive

November 20, 2020

CKE Christmas Toy and Food Bank Drive.

One day only
Saturday December 12 from 9-noon at the hall.

Drop off your donations and help us fill a Calgary Food Bank truck as well as build a mountain of toys in support of the Calgary Woman’s Emergency Shelter and spread some joy to the children in our city.

To refer to the “wish list” of each organization please go to:

CTV Toy Mountain wish list

Calgary Food Bank wish list

If you are unable to drop off and you want to make a donation please contact

Dawn Messer 403.605.1821
or Zonita Haggis 587.582.2599 to make arrangements.

2021 CKE Membership

July 26, 2020

Fall is Membership Time!

CKE Membership Drive kicks off annually in September.
Annual Memberships are $40 for families and $25 for seniors.

Due to COVID this year, and to ensure the safety of our volunteers and neighbours, we will not be having canvassers going door-to-door. Our canvassing is one of the key ways for generating membership sales. With the hall having to be closed for 5 months, we lost revenue, had to cancel our key fundraiser and had expenses still being incured. Please support the CKE Community by purchasing your 2021 membership as soon as possible.

There are a couple of options for purchasing:
Online or
• Complete the form below and mail or drop it off in the Hall mailbox. (1015 – 73 Avenue SW T2V 0R9).
We are also offering to pick up the form from your home if needed, please call Louise 403.289.2724 to arrange.

What does your membership money go towards? Examples are:
• Skating Rinks (tractor upkeep, fuel & lights)
• Fall BBQ
• Kids’ Halloween Parties
• Website Upkeep & Communications
• Operating Costs, such as:
• Lawn Maintenance
• Snow Removal
• Garbage & Recycling Pick-Up
• Utilities
• Insurance
• Safety Inspections

Thank you for your ongoing support!

President’s Message – November 2020

November 4, 2020

Hello Neighbours!

Happy November!
We’ve had a busy fall so far in the CKE, with lots of fantastic events throughout the month of October, and many more to come. Our first ever socially distanced children’s Halloween party was a wonderful success, with nearly 100 kids big and small joining us for a spooky kick off to our neighbourhood Halloween festivities. And we’re game set match with our community tennis facility: thanks to Lindsey Stene’s outstanding work, we’ll have brand new courts to play on in the spring of 2021! The final surfacing work will be done as soon as the ground thaws in the spring, but it is already looking wonderful out there despite the snow and ice.

I’d like to extend a warm welcome to our five new Board members: Zonita Haggis, Julie Janssen Downe, Rachel Wenger, Leigh Gibney, and Sean Clarke. Zonita has been the driving force behind the fantastic events you’ve seen happen this fall at the hall, including our amazing sold out Halloween scavenger hunt and costume parade! It has been wonderful to welcome her into her new role as Social Director over the past month.
Julie has stepped quickly into the role of Director at Large, and she’ll be playing a critical role on our community-focused committees and our Board initiatives moving forward. Rachel and Leigh are bringing their professionalism and insight to building new and vital communications with all of us in the CKE and they have already done incredible work connecting neighbours with neighbourhood news and events on our social media and website homes.
And Sean has already made a huge impact helping neighbours with planning and development questions in his role as Planning Director. He’s been hitting the ground running by developing connections with city and community planning initiatives, and his experience as a member of planning and development in the past makes him a massive asset to our team.
Welcome Zonita, Julie, Rachel, Leigh, and Sean!

As we move into November, and as we honour Remembrance Day on November 11, I’d also like to take a moment to recognize all of our community members who have served in Canada’s armed forces. Thank you to those who have served and sacrificed for the freedom we have today.

Stay well, stay safe, and stay in touch!
AnneMarie Dorland
CKE CA President

2020 Soccer Season cancelled

February 18, 2020

The 2020 Heritage Soccer Season has been cancelled.

Important update – Heritage Soccer notice! 

The planning committee will make a decision on April 10 on whether to cancel soccer for this season or postpone it because of the risk COVID-19 presents. We will be following recommendations from Alberta Health Services at that time. We’ve closed registration at this point but will be reopen it if we decide to postpone the start date.  Thanks for your patience.  Please stay tuned!  Contact us at


Springtime in Calgary brings bright sunshine, clear blue skies, and lots of little legs kicking soccer balls across our green fields! Join in on spring soccer so your kids stay active and make friends all at the same time!

Heritage Soccer is a recreational soccer league for children aged 3 to 12 from the communities of CKE, Haysboro, Kingsland, Fairview, Mayfair, Bel Aire and Meadowlark Park.

The league will run on Tuesday and Thursday evenings from April 30 to June 23, 2020 on Chinook Park School fields.

Online Registration: March 1st to March 31st
*Please note the last day to register online for soccer is March 31st.

Player Registration

Coach Registration

Heritage Soccer is run by volunteers so please email to sign up as a volunteer coach!

Note: You must have a current community membership to register your kids.