Inclusion In Action: Recreation For All Ages Inclusion in Action: Recreation for All Ages is Plugged In’s ongoing initiative to connect various sectors of the community in an attempt to foster meaningful relationships and promote inclusion. Each month, a classroom of energetic preschoolers visits a retirement residence in St. Albert and engages in fun and meaningful activities. For the month of December, Plugged In extended the invitation to all members of the community for a Read More
Inclusion in the Community: Mini-Conference Inclusion In The Community: Mini-Conference is an important piece of Plugged In’s commitment to impact and connect with the community. Included in our mandate to create inclusion are opportunities to educate, particularly on the importance of the relationship between communities, schools and families. The general definition of inclusion is “the action or state of including or of being included within a group or structure,” however this is easier said than Read More
Fight Gone Bad at Crossfit Edmonton (CFE)In honour of Plugged In Community Centre Oct 29, 2017Written by: Christina Herbers Fight Gone Bad is a Crossfit benchmark workout, our gym organizes this group workout once a year. Always near Halloween, and we wear crazy costumes. This year there was Donkey Kong, Princess Peach, some grannies with walkers, some skeletons (mom and daughter) and some unicorns to name just a few. In total, we had 32 people Read More
Positions AVAILABLE! Plugged In Community Centre Organization is working towards creating a community that provides access, removes barriers and includes all of its citizens! A community where great conversations begin! Check us out, join our board and be a part of our extraordinary community events! This is truly an exceptional board and we are currently looking for 3 new members to attend a monthly meeting and to be an active committee member for 2 of Read More
Inclusion in the Community: What does this truly mean to children, families and schools? This mini-conference was held on Saturday, October 22, 2016 at Leo Nickerson School in St. Albert. Three talented speakers (Shawn Reynolds, Sheila Chisholm and Rebecca Arthurs) provided information and insight into the concept of inclusion, as seen through the eyes of children, families and school staff.  The registration fees directly benefited initiatives of Plugged In Community Centre Organization. About Shawn Reynolds: Read More
2016 Silent Auction & Pub Night The 3rd Annual Silent Auction & Pub Night was a variation of our traditional evening as we hosted a formal dinner with live entertainment from Spenser. The event was held at the Bourbon Room on Carnegie Drive in St. Albert and was a great success, raising almost $10,000 towards Plugged In initiatives and our future facility. Read More
BrainChild Plugged In was pleased to contribute to the inaugural BrainChild event held Saturday, January 23, 2016. This free one-day event offered the opportunity for 81 underprivileged children aged 9-13 to discover a love of science and math at the Telus World of Science Edmonton! Website: www.brainchildyeg.com Facebook: BrainChild Read More