League Address

5520 - 121 Avenue
Edmonton, AB
Canada T5W 5E6


General Inquiries
(780) 479-3118


Important Dates

May 5 May General Meeting
May 9 Bingo
May 14 Newton & Neighbours - AGM
May 22 Open House
Jun 7 Annual General Meeting
All Year Community Swim

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Welcome to Newton Community League!

The community of Newton is a quiet area just north of Highlands that features tree-lined streets, quaint houses and friendly faces enjoying a walk around the block. Approximately 3,000 people call the area home, and most have put down roots. According to city statistics, more than 65 per cent of Newton's residents have lived in the neighbourhood for more than five years. Newton Community League is committed to achieving a healthy, safe and friendly environment by providing information, programs, support and resources to enhance the sense of community for Newton Residents.

Call for Nominations

Nominations will be accepted for the following positions:

President (2 Years)
Treasurer (2 Years)
Secretary (1 Year)
Director at Large (2)  (1 Year)

Nominations from the floor will only be accepted at the June 7th Annual General Meeting if there are no withstanding nominations.

To suggest an agenda item or make an inquiry, please contact the Newton Community Secretary at secretary@newtoncl.ca

Notice of Annual General Meeting

2pm, June 7, 2015
Newton Community Centre
5520 - 121 Avenue


Approval of Agenda
Reading of Minutes 2014 AGM
Executive Reports
Financial Report
Election of Board of Directors
New Business
- Major Community Project Plan Presentation

May 2015 - General Meeting

All residents are invited to attend our monthly general meetings.

May 5, 2015
Newton Community Centre
5520 - 121 Avenue

To suggest an agenda item or make an inquiry, please contact the Newton Community Secretary at secretary@newtoncl.ca

Open House

Get together with your neighbours and friends. A great event with snacks and drinks.

May 22, 2015
7pm - 8:30pm
Newton Community Centre
5520 - 121 Avenue

Four Generations of Newtonians  -  The Rienk Mulder Family

Meet Rienk Mulder - I moved into Newton Community along with my parents and 5 siblings in 1962. We first lived on a little farm on 54 St and 123 Ave.  My parents then bought a house on 55 St. and 120 Ave., which my son now owns.  I met my wife at the Newton Park and we married in 1975.  We purchased a house shortly after we married  which has a wonderful view of the Newton Skating Rink.  Our two children attended St Leo’s School and our son, his wife and our three grandchildren live right down the block from us.  Our grandchildren are the fourth generation on both my wife’s side and my side that lived in the Newton Community. 

Growing up in the neighbourhood I spent my summer’s playing baseball in the Newton School Ground and my winters skating in the Newton Rink.  Now that I am retired I enjoy spending time over at the skating rink, clearing and flooding for the children and future hockey players of our neighbourhood.

Rienk (Rink) Mulder

Rienk is Newton’s rink manager. For the past few years he has faithfully flooded and cleared the ice for the many people who have enjoyed skating here at Newton.. It is volunteers like Rienk that make a difference in a community.  The next time you see him,  be sure to thank Rienk for giving back to the neighbourhood that he and his family call home.

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