Our Community League centers around our Community Hall, where we strive to bring the community together. The Community League is a non-profit organization and has a board of Directors made up of volunteers.
We’re still looking for our new leader to take us into 2019! If you’re interested in learning more about what it takes to fill our top spot, please email email@example.com or call the hall during office hours Monday, Thursday & Friday 8:45-12 noon
The 2019 LaPerle Community League Board:
Vice-President: Denis Ricard
Treasurer: Jennifer May
Secretary: Violet Poon
Past President: Vacant
Casino Director: Barb Brazel
Communications Director: Karin Ferrari
Crime Prevention Director: Louis Ruel
Events Director: Bill Bowers
Membership Director: Tiffany Conrad
Social Director: Danielle Bowers
Website Director: Karin Ferrari
Director at Large: Amanda Percy
Director at Large: Christa Ruel
Facility Manager: Cathy Johannesson
Soccer Coordinator: Cathy Johannesson
“La Perle is located in Edmonton’s west end, south of 100th Avenue and west of 178th Street. The neighbourhood’s western boundary is formed by the transportation/utility corridor and the Anthony Henday ring road.
The neighbourhood developed primarily in the 1980s and 1990s. Development started in the southeast corner of the neighbourhood with the construction of row housing and low-rise apartments. Almost all of the single-family houses were built in the 1980s. As a fully developed neighbourhood, La Perle provides an even mixture of single-family and multi-unit residences.
The neighbourhood features the central La Perle Elementary school and a two-hectare park site. The La Perle Shopping Centre is located at the centre of the neighbourhood. For all major commercial services, West Edmonton Mall is located in the nearby neighbourhood of Summerlea, and a range of commercial services are located along the nearby 170th Street.
La Perle is named after Eleodore Joseph (Leo) LaPerle, who was born in Ontario on April 9, 1895. His father moved with his family to Edmonton in 1906 and opened a general store at the Winterburn Corner. Leo LaPerle took over his father’s store in 1929, which operated until 1969 when it was torn down.”