Edmonton Tool Library

The Edmonton Tool Library is a not-for-profit society that lends hand, power and garden tools to Edmontonians. The Tool Library first opened in January 2017. Located in the Bellevue Community Hall at 7308-112 Avenue, the Library is open Saturdays from 1 to 5 pm. Members of Kenilworth Community League are now eligible for a free one year membership ($50 value) to the Tool Library when they present proof of current community league membership.

Sign up for Snow Angels and help your neighbours

Snow Angels is ready to launch for the 2017/2018 season.
Snow Angels is a broad, community based education campaign about snow removal that supports citizens who shovel regularly and those who help a neighbour out.  Community leagues who participate in the program will help promote and recognize people who shovel on a regular basis, as well as those who help neighbors in need.
It is hoped that the Snow Angels program will become a brand that represents good neighbors and citizenship in a winter city.
If you are interested in participating, please fill out this form, which also has additional information about the program and City resources:  https://goo.gl/forms/9a93LlunDDcuHSif2
​As an important note, our ‘snow season’ in terms of programming starts November 15.  As part of a very large collective team with many moving parts, we had to designate an unofficial start date so panic doesn’t ensue if we get an early snow fall. 😱
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact

Karey Steil

GRAFFITI PROJECT MANAGER & COMMUNITY RELATIONS ADVISOR
CAPITAL CITY CLEAN UPCOMPLAINTS AND INVESTIGATIONS  |  COMMUNITY STANDARDS AND NEIGHBORHOODS

780-414-8776  OFFICE
780-983-5420  MOBILE

Rob McDonald – Kenilworth Vice President passes away

We are sad to announce that our Vice President, Rob McDonald passed away September 19th.

Robert James McDonald
October 4, 1954 – September 19, 2017
Rob will be lovingly remembered by his three children: Jackson, David, Olivia, and their mother Lydia Neufeld; brother Rick (Dianne) and their children; cousin Marion (Aubry) who was like a sister; lifelong friends Rod Gorda and Adrian Young; several cousins near and far.
Rob was a passionate community volunteer particularly in the neighbourhood of Old Strathcona, a place rich with his family history.
A memorial will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 21, at the Strathcona Baptist Church, 8318 104 St. Edmonton.

Rob’s obituary