2023 EIR 50/50 Opportunities

The Kinette Club of Wetaskiwin Is an all-Canadian Service Club, proudly serving this community for the past 72 years. The Kinette Club welcomes women from 18 years old & up, in all walks of life to:·promote & direct service work through fellowship amongst its members ·Enjoy & gain personal development ·Achieve and foster the spirit of cooperation, tolerance, understanding & equality among all Nations & peoples ·Work together for the purpose of bettering our community and to ·Have fun ·Make new friends ·Make a difference for yourself & others·Dinner meetings held every second Tuesday.

On 18 November 2013, the Taylor family lost their beloved 17 year old daughter Emily lost her battle with depression and ended her life. We honour her memory by helping other adolescents who struggle with mental unwellness. Since 2016, Emily's Memorial Motorcycle Ride raised over $110,000 for CASA House recreational programs, the Equine Therapy program and other unfunded and needed CASA initiatives. Emily's Memorial Horse Show which we started in 2019, has raised over $40,000 and we are excited to keep building the Horse Show with our 2023 Horse Show to be held 10 - 13 August 2023 at Hay Lakes Agriplex. All proceeds raised go to CASA Mental Health towards recreational programs for the youth in treatment at CASA House in Sherwood Park.

Wetaskiwin Minor Hockey Association has players in the U7, U9, U11, U13,U15 & U18 Kings programs. The Female Division has become very popular with U11, U13, U15
& U18 Queens programs.


The Wetaskiwin Ski Club operates the Gwynne Valley Ski Area, which was registered as a society in 1959. Located near Gwynne, Alberta; between Wetaskiwin and Camrose. Our purpose is to provide local area residents and ski area users the opportunity to experience and enjoy the winter sports of skiing and snowboarding in an inexpensive, family oriented atmosphere. We are currently fundraising to build permanent infrastructure for snow making.

Wetaskiwin and District Amateur Football Association is a place for kids to learn the game of football. To provide a safe space where kids can learn to succeed and fail, not only in the sport of football, but also through the many lessons that football teaches that mimics real life. Success vs Failure, teamwork, Physical and Mental strength and how attitude affects outcomes. We provide the opportunity for players to cost effectively try, learn and love the sport of football. We provide opportunities for all kids, age 4-17 to fall in love with the game. We have also successfully started a Female league.

All are welcome.

The Millet Curling Club, established in 1936, is a non-profit organization who relies solely on volunteers, donations and fund raising to operate. We are an ice rink with two curling sheets completely and successfully created and maintained by volunteers – we have no paid positions. We currently run with 8 full teams on Thursday and Friday evenings with room to grow."

Since 1993, the Edmonton Dreams Take Flight Association has been dedicated to taking deserving children with special needs from Northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories to Disneyland or Universal Studios. We’ve fulfilled dreams and created magic for kids with the support of our major sponsors, Air Canada and the Air Canada Foundation, and several national and local organizations and businesses.

The Children's Indoor Play Society is a non-profit organization (35 years running!) created by Moms and Dads to give preschool kids a place to play and interact during the long winter months. It is run by a volunteer board of directors chosen by election from the general membership. CHIPS is a parent supervised playgroup. There are a variety of toys, bikes, slides and climbing structures, blocks and parties. Your child can move from one area to another freely. It is a safe, fun environment for burning off lots of kid energy!

The Wetaskiwin District Heritage Museum Centre has been serving the Wetaskiwin community since 1986. Based out of the historic Star Trading Co. General Store, the museum has a terrific array of exhibits and collections that highlight the city’s history. Whether you come to learn about your heritage, grab a coffee, or book the gallery for your events, the Heritage Museum is a friendly gathering place for the local community.”

The Camrose Centennial Museum Society was formed to support the operations of the Camrose & District Centennial Museum. We are a volunteer organization whose mandate is to assist with maintaining and restoring the artifacts and buildings in the collection and we actively fund raise to support this. We aid with planning and execution of events and work with the coordinator to promote the museum. We maintain social media accounts to keep our community up to date.

The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation raises funds to help advance specialized physical and mental health care at the Stollery Children’s Hospital and beyond. Support from our friends in the community help make it possible for the Stollery to offer the best people, programs, equipment and research so more kids can live longer, healthier lives. With your help, we can make sure the Stollery has what it needs to provide world-class care for kids with the most complex medical problems from backyards acrossAlberta and beyond.

Prism Wetaskiwin is a LGBTQIA2S+ organization that is working to "build bridges" with organizations and businesses in the community. They are working to build a safer, more inclusive community for queer youth and adults in Wetaskiwin and area. They aim to educate the greater community about the LGBTQIA2S+ community and to create meaningful, positive and strong relationships with community organizations and businesses.

With a tradition that goes back almost a century, Sabres High School Football is one of the many terrific extracurricular activities offered at Wetaskiwin Composite High School. By combining the expectations of on-field accomplishments with the contributions to their school and their community, Sabres Football players grow and learn
in pursuit of the team's mission: "To help student-athletes become better people". The Sabres play in the Central Alberta High School Football 9 a-side League. Last year the Sabres advanced to the League Championship final. 

Please give WCHS a call or visit
wetaskiwincomp.ca to find out about the Sabres 2023 schedule

Central Community Hall is located 4 miles north of Gwynne. The hall is run by a volunteer board. With indoor and outdoor space for family and community gatherings and celebrations.

The Wetaskiwin Senior Activity Centre is a place where people of all ages can come and participate in the activities and events. Some of our popular events are Pancake Breakfast,Dances, Dinner and a movie, Potluck! The Centre has something for everyone!

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