I am a volunteer, from a small First Nation community in Northern Alberta. We are very limited to materials for an outdoor rink for our Local school and some lumber for an outdoor rink would be great for the Students and Community.
We are a small Christian School in Bow Island AB that uses the ODR for recess for all ages during school as well as community hockey games in the evenings and on weekends. We are in need of updated lighting. Thanks for your consideration
I was involved in building the original rink about 42 years ago , it has been maintained continuously since then. we have a very large community league with a very divers population. It is used late into the evening daily in the winter.
So many kids in our neighbourhood have learned to skate and play hockey on this this ODR. It is busy every weekend and evening with shinny games and kids figuring things out. Bruce Koob he been an awesome rink coordinator this year. He has take the reigns from others who dedicated a lot of time […]
The Bruderheim ODR is a winter recreation opportunity for residents of Bruderheim, Strathcona and Lamont Counties. The Bruderheim ODR was built by the community through fundraising and donations of time and resources. The rink provides a winter recreation opportunity to those that are not involved in organized sport. It is a multi-generational gathering place for […]
The entire crew of volunteers spend countless hours maintaining and operating the rinks to provide a safe and fun place for all in the community to skate and enjoy.
Hinton, Alberta, is home to a magical skating experience: The Pretzel. The Pretzel is a 600-meter ice track nestled among the trees in the Hinton Campground. Each winter since 2021, Parks crews have flooded the campground network to create an enchanting track that weaves between the pines. With fire pits and picnic tables, the Pretzel […]
The Slave Lake Ice Patrol (SLIP) is a group of dedicated volunteers that build and maintain the outdoor rinks in the community of Slave Lake. This group of volunteers gives back immensely to the residents of our community. They have worked hard over the years to secure donations and sponsorships to help with the upkeep […]
I would like to nominate the ODR at the Lake Louise Sport & Recreation Centre in Lake Louise, Alberta. The LLSRC is a non-profit facility that is 100% funded by grants. All funding is used to upgrade and maintain the facility and offer recreation opportunities to locals for little to no cost. This money would […]
I am the the Parks Facilities Foreman for the City of Medicine Hat Parks and Recreation department and would like to nominate this outdoor rink and this Adopt-A-Rink volunteer Ryan Davison. Without volunteers like Ryan Davison there would be no outdoor rinks available for our community residents to use. The below is an excerpt from […]