Welcome to the South East Community Leagues Association (SECLA) website! SECLA is an area council consisting of eleven community leagues in central south east Edmonton ~ Avonmore, Capilano, Cloverdale, Forest/Terrace Heights, Fulton Place, Gold Bar, Holyrood, Idylwylde, Kenilworth, Ottewell and Strathearn. We are a not for profit organization registered under the Societies Act of Alberta.
As an area council we are committed to working for the benefit of our member community leagues and residents thereof, by providing meaningful service and support to our member leagues, strengthening community networks, and providing a forum for collaboration, discussion and the sharing of information.
Age Friendly Edmonton offers free presentations over telephone from the comfort of your own home!
Below are just some of the examples of presentations offered! Click Read More to see all the courses and the schedule.
Brain Games: Call in for an hour of mind tingling fun! Try some word games with us to challenge your brain. Presenter: Recreation Therapists, Home Living, Alberta Health Services
Dare to Age Well: Cutting Edge information for Senior Citizens who want to get older without getting old. Presenter: Physicians from University of Alberta
ETS Transportation Services-Family Information Session: Find out about all the services, tools and training programs that ETS offers to Edmontonians. ETS is committed to making public transportation easy and convenient for everyone regardless of ability. Presenter: Margaret Dorey, ETS
Kenilworth Community League
I moved to south east Edmonton from Old Strathcona about a year and a half ago. To continue my long-running civic work, I sought out the local community league. I am now representing Kenilworth at SECLA.
What is SECLA, the South East Community Leagues Association? It’s an area council that includes eleven south east Edmonton community leagues. The organization’s primary activity is a monthly meeting of representatives from the member leagues. SECLA also hosts a casino every two years. In collaboration with Calder Publications, we produce ten issues per year of the South East Voice.