Memberships are valid from September 1 to August 31 of the following year. In order to purchase a membership, you MUST live within the League's boundaries, which include the communities of McLeod, Casselman, Matt Berry (aka McLeod Park), Hollick-Kenyon, and Miller. If you live in another community league, you must purchase your membership there. If you do not know which league you live in, go here: http://efcl.org.
If you live outside of Edmonton you may purchase an associate membership, which allows you to access league programs but does not allow you to vote at league meetings. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fees (add $5 for the ECFL administration fee)
Family Membership - $25/year
Individual Membership - $15/year
Associate Membership - $15/year (email email@example.com to purchase)
To purchase a Family or Individual membership, please go here: http://efcl.org.
Desperate for a hammer & level to hang a new picture? Pining for a post hole auger, wheelbarrow, shovel to build a skookum fence? Not a giraffe and need an extension ladder to clean the eavestroughs this fall?
Instead of heading to the store to buy a tool for just one use, consider borrowing it instead. Save money and have less clutter – that’s a win-win!
We’re happy to announce a new membership benefit – a free membership in the Edmonton Tool Library (usually a $50 annual fee per household). All holders of a current McLeod CL membership can claim an individual annual membership at the Tool Library. It will allow you to borrow up to eight items from their large inventory of hand, power and yard tools, for a week at a time.
You will need to take your McLeod membership card and photo ID to the Bellevue Community Hall. To make the process faster, you can fill in the membership application, release of liability waiver and borrowing policy from www.edmontontoollibrary.ca
Edmonton Tool Library
Bellevue Community Hall
Saturdays, 1-5 pm
McLeod Community League would like to acknowledge the land on which we are located is Treaty 6 territory, and is a traditional meeting ground, a travelling route and home for many Indigenous peoples such as the Cree, Blackfoot, Saulteaux, Metis and other Indigenous peoples.