Shawnee Evergreen Community Association

Community News and Events

CHANGE IN SECA BOARD MEETING DATES

Commencing with the November 13, 2018 SECA Board of Directors’ Meeting, Board meetings will normally be held on the second Tuesday each month (excluding July and August).

SECA President’s Report for November 2018

The turnout at our AGM on October 1st was disappointing. However, I am pleased to announce that we have two new directors who have joined the SECA Board. They are Mika Larha and Rose-Lyne McCall. We will continue to seek residents who would like to join our Board of Directors or who are interested in assisting in developing plans for the use of our Playground Fund money. If you are interested in joining the Playground Fund Committee which is looking for alternative uses, please contact Lynn Jobe at ljobe@gmail.com or (403) 606-2406.

Your Board of Directors for 2018/19 is:

  • Brad Smith, President
  • Lynn Jobe, Vice President
  • Peter Snell, Secretary/Treasurer
  • Liala Elrafihe, Director – Social
  • Lynn Jobe, Director – Playground Fund
  • Norm Rousseau, Director – Development
  • Ajay Khanolkar, Director – Trico Centre
  • Zeinab El Kady, Director Cardel South Recreation Association
  • Mika Larha, Director
  • Rose-Lyne McCall, Director
  • Sharon Raduloff, Director
  • John Raich, Director

Sincerely,
Brad Smith, SECA President

2018 SECA Sponsored Events

Easter Egg Hunt – CANCELLED! Saturday March 31
Annual Stampede Breakfast Saturday June 23
9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Community Cleanup Saturday September 1
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

NOTE: All of the above events will be held at South Gate Alliance Church 1436 James McKevitt Rd SW.

SECA Board of Directors’ Meetings

Note that SECA Board of Directors’ meetings will now be held in the library (Room 101) at South Gate Alliance Church 1436 James McKevitt Rd SW.

Normal meeting date is the third Tuesday in the month at 7:00 PM (except no meeting July or August). SECA members are welcome to attend. Contact Peter Snell at 403-254-6660 for details.

Shawnee-Evergreen Community Association (SECA) versus Evergreen Residents Association (ERA)

1. The Shawnee-Evergreen Community Association (SECA) is a volunteer organization formed by the residents of the Shawnee Slopes and Evergreen Estates communities whose focus is “Working Together for Our Community’s Future” to:

  • manage and direct its social and recreational activities
  • act as an intervener in civic matters (planning and development)

NOTE: Membership in SECA is voluntary

2. The Evergreen Residents Association (ERA) is an organization created by the land developer (Genstar) for the “newly” developed area in Evergreen Estates (i.e. south of the old 146th Avenue) as well as for the rest of Evergreen. On September 1, 2011, Genstar officially handed over control of the ERA to the residents of Evergreen and Evergreen Estates. The ERA now owns and maintains the 17 community entrance features and feature park sites, originally constructed by Genstar in the development of Evergreen and the new portion Evergreen Estates.

All questions or concerns (i.e. garbage pickup, snow removal, burned out lamps, green space damage, etc.) should be directed to admin@evergreenresidents.ca. Further information can be found on the ERA website at www.evergreenresidents.ca.

NOTE: Membership in ERA is compulsory and the requirement to pay an annual fee is collected by the Residents Association through an encumbrance on title.

Become a Member!

Live in the area? Learn more about our assosciation!

Community News and Events

CHANGE IN SECA BOARD MEETING DATES

Commencing with the November 13, 2018 SECA Board of Directors’ Meeting, Board meetings will normally be held on the second Tuesday each month (excluding July and August).

SECA President’s Report for November 2018

The turnout at our AGM on October 1st was disappointing. However, I am pleased to announce that we have two new directors who have joined the SECA Board. They are Mika Larha and Rose-Lyne McCall. We will continue to seek residents who would like to join our Board of Directors or who are interested in assisting in developing plans for the use of our Playground Fund money. If you are interested in joining the Playground Fund Committee which is looking for alternative uses, please contact Lynn Jobe at ljobe@gmail.com or (403) 606-2406.

Your Board of Directors for 2018/19 is:

  • Brad Smith, President
  • Lynn Jobe, Vice President
  • Peter Snell, Secretary/Treasurer
  • Liala Elrafihe, Director – Social
  • Lynn Jobe, Director – Playground Fund
  • Norm Rousseau, Director – Development
  • Ajay Khanolkar, Director – Trico Centre
  • Zeinab El Kady, Director Cardel South Recreation Association
  • Mika Larha, Director
  • Rose-Lyne McCall, Director
  • Sharon Raduloff, Director
  • John Raich, Director

Sincerely,
Brad Smith, SECA President

2018 SECA Sponsored Events

Easter Egg Hunt – CANCELLED! Saturday March 31
Annual Stampede Breakfast Saturday June 23
9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Community Cleanup Saturday September 1
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM

NOTE: All of the above events will be held at South Gate Alliance Church 1436 James McKevitt Rd SW.

SECA Board of Directors’ Meetings

Note that SECA Board of Directors’ meetings will now be held in the library (Room 101) at South Gate Alliance Church 1436 James McKevitt Rd SW.

Normal meeting date is the third Tuesday in the month at 7:00 PM (except no meeting July or August). SECA members are welcome to attend. Contact Peter Snell at 403-254-6660 for details.

Shawnee-Evergreen Community Association (SECA) versus Evergreen Residents Association (ERA)

1. The Shawnee-Evergreen Community Association (SECA) is a volunteer organization formed by the residents of the Shawnee Slopes and Evergreen Estates communities whose focus is “Working Together for Our Community’s Future” to:

  • manage and direct its social and recreational activities
  • act as an intervener in civic matters (planning and development)

NOTE: Membership in SECA is voluntary

2. The Evergreen Residents Association (ERA) is an organization created by the land developer (Genstar) for the “newly” developed area in Evergreen Estates (i.e. south of the old 146th Avenue) as well as for the rest of Evergreen. On September 1, 2011, Genstar officially handed over control of the ERA to the residents of Evergreen and Evergreen Estates. The ERA now owns and maintains the 17 community entrance features and feature park sites, originally constructed by Genstar in the development of Evergreen and the new portion Evergreen Estates.

All questions or concerns (i.e. garbage pickup, snow removal, burned out lamps, green space damage, etc.) should be directed to admin@evergreenresidents.ca. Further information can be found on the ERA website at www.evergreenresidents.ca.

NOTE: Membership in ERA is compulsory and the requirement to pay an annual fee is collected by the Residents Association through an encumbrance on title.

Become a Member!

Live in the area? Learn more about our assosciation!