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The CHPH Community Association is your connection to what is going on in your community. Whether it is a new development, sports or recreation program, community safety initative, or information about new projects and initiatives that impact your community, our goal is to help make that link for you.

COVID-19 Update:

Wash your hands, maintain physical distancing and wear a mask when you can't be more than 2 m apart. These are the main things we know help prevent the spread of COVID 19. For more information about the COVID-19 situation see:

City of Calgary: https://www.calgary.ca/csps/cema/covid19/response-to-coronavirus.html

Alberta Health Services: https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/

Government of Alberta https://www.alberta.ca/coronavirusinfo-for-albertans.aspx

Board Position Open – New Treasurer Needed

The position of Treasurer is currently vacant on the Community Association board. If you enjoy numbers and are looking for a way to help your neighbourhood, this is an excellent opportunity for you to volunteer your time. The Treasurer does not require an accounting background; they need to be solid with basic math, adept with spreadsheets and very organised.

Duties include

  • Collecting and depositing funds in the Association bank account promptly,
  • Paying bills
  • Maintaining the finances and financial records of the Association.
  • Monthly reporting of revenues, expenditures, investments, amounts due and owing to the Association.
  • Ensure that an audited financial statement for the preceding Fiscal Year is prepared by the appointed auditors and presented at the Annual General Meeting.
  • Chair any finance committee created as a standing committee by the Board

The treasure is an executive member of the Community Association Board and as such is expected to attend one board meeting per month. The commitment is approximately 10 to 20 hours per month and is a volunteer position.

If this interests you, please email president@chph.ca for more information

Our first Movie in the Park event featuring The Princess Bride ran on Thursday September 17 an was a great success! Everyone respected physical distance and our community gathered to enjoy one of our beautiful park spaces.

This event could not have happened without the thoughtful and generous contributions of businesses in our community so today we thank:

Prominence Way Retirement Community for hosting the movie

Fresh Air Cinema for a discount off the screen cost

Coach Hill Dental for the popcorn

Sobeys Strathcona Square for the pop and water

7-11 for the coffee and hot chocolate

Rexall Pharmacy Strathcona Square for water

Canadian Pizza Unlimited (Pizza donated for the volunteers)

Thank you for making the night extra special!

We hope to run Movie in the Park again in the spring or early summer of 2021. 


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