Safety starts with getting to know your neighbours

Safety starts with getting to know your neighbours

Crime has been on people’s mind in Ritchie lately. Our Facebook feed and town hall meeting with Councillor Mike Nickel and Police Chief Dale McFee in late September showed just how frustrated residents and police are with how things stand. One way to reclaim our sense of security is by knowing who to call and when if we spot something that’s not right.

Board meetings resume Thursday

After a summer without them, the league’s volunteer board will be meeting again Sept. 5. Anyone in the community is welcome to attend, but only board members may vote on the issues under discussion. Meetings are held the first Thursday of the month, starting at 7 p.m. in Ritchie Hall.

Do you have something you want the board to discuss?

‘E-mail Maureen, board secretary: secretary@ritchie-league.com.


What can we do for you?

Community leagues exist to provide their members with recreational and social opportunities close to home. What those look like vary greatly from neighbourhood to neighbourhood.

Take our survey and let the Ritchie Community League know what kinds of programs you'd like to see it pour its energies into organizing on your behalf.