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  • December 15, 2020 8:19 PM | Voula Martin (Administrator)

    We've made a list, now its time for you to check it twice! Below is the list of homes on the 2020 Parade of Christmas Lights.

    Email your vote for "Best Overall Home" and "Clark Griswold Over the Top Award" to at secretary@chph.ca before December 22.

    Please note 2019 winners are not eligible to win this year and are listed to spread Christmas Cheer!


    5558 Patina Drive SW (2019 Runner up!)

    5947 Coach Hill Rd SW

    96 Coach Manor Terrace SW

    72 Coach Manor Rise SW

    4 Coach Gate Place SW

    312 Coach Grove place SW

    324 Coach Grove place SW

    328 Coach Grove Place SW (2019 Winner!)

    636 Coach Grove Road SW

    503 Coach Light Bay SW

    172 Coach Grove Place SW

    731 Coach Bluff Crescent SW

    6811 Coach Ridge Rd SW

    208 Coachwood Crescent SW

  • November 29, 2020 12:42 PM | Voula Martin (Administrator)

    Get into the Holiday Spirit and be part of a fun Community Event.  Light up the house, decorate the yard and let us know about it!!!  Email us your address at secretary@chph.ca before the December 10th deadline.  We will add you to the contest and include your home on the Parade of Lights list that we will post to our Coach Hill, Patterson Heights Community Association Facebook page and Website.  

    We will award a prize for the "Best Overall Home", as well as a prize for the "Clark Griswold Over the Top Award"!  We will also be having a special category this year for "Best Balcony" at the Prominence Way Retirement Community, to show our appreciation for their continued partnership with the Community Association and their support of our Community Events.

    The last two years have provided some amazing Holiday Spirit and fun for our Community, we hope to have even more displays to admire this year!!  Don’t miss out, join the contest and tell your neighbours to do the same!!

     Prize winners will be announced on December 23, 2020.  You must be a CHPH Association Member to be eligible to win.  If you are not already a member please visit our website to join online at www.chph.ca.  For any questions please call Leanne @ 403-650-7384 or email us at secretary@chph.ca.  Good luck and have fun with it!!!

  • September 24, 2020 8:21 AM | Voula Martin (Administrator)

    The weather was perfect, the crowds were respectful and the popcorn was tasty! 

    On September 17 2020 the CHPH Community Association held its first Movie in the Park featuring The Princess Bride.  Movie in the Park was extremely popular and it was wonderful to see everyone respecting physical distance. Most of all it was heartwarming to see our community, families, couples, dogs, and even a bunny come out with blankets and chairs to enjoy one of our beautiful park spaces. 

    This event could not have happened without the thoughtful and generous contributions of businesses in our community so we are grateful to:

    Prominence Way Retirement Community for hosting the movie

    Fresh Air Cinema for a discount off the screen cost

    Coach Hill Dental for the popcorn

    Sobeys Strathcona Square for the pop and water

    7-11 for the coffee and hot chocolate

    Rexall Pharmacy Strathcona Square for water

    Canadian Pizza Unlimited (Pizza donated for the volunteers)

    We would also like to thank the business that generously donated prizes for our contact tracing raffle. Each of the 3 baskets was valued at over $200!

    1) Mane House of Hair Strathcona Square ($150.00 value hair products)

    2) Strathcona Chiropractic and Massage  Strathcona Square ($100.00 towards a massage)

    3) 97.7 Soft Rock Calgary (2 sets of a pair of movie tickets to Landmark Cinemas, includes snacks)

    4) Coach Hill Pharmacy Coach Hill Plaza (Gift Card to Sobeys or Safeway)

    5) Schooners Coach Hill Plaza ($30.00 Gift Card)

    6) Boston Pizza Richmond Road ($50 Gift certificate)

    7) Normandeau Window Coverings Coach Hill Plaza (2 bottles of wine)

    8) Splurge Flowers and Gifts Strathcona Square (Gift Certificate)

    9) Cycle bar Strathcona Square (5 free rides)

    10) Fantabulous Nail & Spa Gift Certificate

    Thank you for making the night extra special!

  • March 16, 2020 8:02 AM | Voula Martin (Administrator)

    With the recent cold snap and forecast daytime highs in the zero range this week, the Outdoor Rink ice is in good shape for skating.

    This outdoor facility is open for community use "as you see fit". We leave it to families to choose whether they use the rink given the current situation around COVID-19.

    If the weather remains cool, the ice could possibly stay skatable until the end of March.

  • July 22, 2017 3:41 PM | Adrienne & Dan McGarvey (Administrator)

    Thank you to everyone that came out to enjoy the CHPH Stampede Breakfast on Monday 10th July.  It was a very wet morning but despite that we had an amazing turn out.  Check out all the photos taken by GT Photography at http://www.gtphotography.ca/Events/2017-CHPH-Stampede-breakfast/


  • June 22, 2017 1:57 PM | Adrienne & Dan McGarvey (Administrator)

    Are you looking for some fun free sport activities for the whole family?  The City of Calgary, in partnership with local Community Associations and Sports Organizations, are offering families the chance to try a number of drop-in sport activities this Summer.  Please see poster below for events happening near our community.

  • March 15, 2017 6:42 PM | Adrienne & Dan McGarvey (Administrator)

    The City of Calgary is undertaking a study for the Sarcee Trail/Richmond Road S.W. interchange to benefit the area’s road network. While there is currently no funding allocated to construct an interchange here, The City hopes to have these plans approved with the interchange included as a funded project for 2018. This timing allows for the option to design and construct the interchange in coordination with the Southwest Calgary Ring Road (SWCRR), which is scheduled to open by 2021.

    Check it out on the Ward 6 website 

    For the full 'What we Heard Report' click here

  • November 10, 2015 2:02 PM | Anonymous

    Councillor Pootmans has just posted a Ring Road Update here http://www.calgary.ca/councillors/ward-6/Pages/News/Ring-Road-Review-and-Update-November-2015.aspx.

    You can also check out his website at www.calgary.ca/ward6 for updates regarding the ring road that they post as soon as they receive any new information. The last post was immediately released following the October 27th budget announcement.

  • July 21, 2015 6:45 AM | Anonymous

    If you read our last update, you already know that the CBE is planning a move to congregated stops across the system next fall. The new strategy also involves moving some middle school students from yellow charter buses to Calgary Transit, and removing the busing subsidy for older students. If you share concerns about these changes, there is still time to act before the strategy is implemented.

    Many of you have asked who you should contact, and for convenience we have set up a feedback form which you can access by visiting this post on the CAPSC website.  If you choose to use this method of communication, it will transmit your concerns directly to the Minister of Education, the Premier, your MLA and other members of the Alberta government. CAPSC will be advised of your views. You can also contact me directly at president@capsc.ca.

    While we understand that transportation is a complex issue, CAPSC believes that problems such as this one are most effectively solved when parents and stakeholders work together to craft the best possible answers. We respectfully repeat – parents require both information and consultation before major changes are made.

    The proposed changes will allow yellow bus riders to pay $30 less, but students may walk much further to catch the bus. The subsidy removal means that while the yellow bus fee is $300, some middle to high students will pay more than $500 per year for Calgary Transit bus service. (Calgary Transit's price is $600 for 10 months, and with a 15% credit through income taxes the net cost is $510.) We also note the CBE’s yellow bus fee is still 50 per cent higher than the Catholic system’s fee of $200. According to the Calgary Herald, some students may walk up to 2.4 kilometres to catch the bus. As bus service starts as early as 7 a.m., in winter months this walk would take place in dark and icy weather conditions.

    As soon as these changes were announced, CAPSC requested that the CBE immediately release the proposed routes, and questioned why the CBE’s administrative regulations regarding consultation were ignored. CBE’s last response to us was to encourage us to ask parents to sign up for transportation services.

    To date, parents have received little information on how this change will affect them. Our May communication with trustees requested that details be provided to families as soon as possible, so that parents understand the strategy and can make advance plans. We also reminded trustees that parents are to be consulted before major changes such as this one are made.

    On June 22, CBE Board of Trustees Chair Joy Bowen-Eyre informed CAPSC executive that public consultation will take place in the autumn, after changes are already in place. Parents were asked to register (not pay) for transportation services by June 25th, with details on routes to be released August 27th – a week prior to school starting.

    CAPSC executive continues to hear serious concerns about how these changes may affect children’s safety, as well as parents’ ability to plan family schedules for the coming year. While CBE officials have stated that the system is no longer sustainable, parents have not been provided with supporting information, nor were they given input on alternatives. This is surprising given CBE’s own documents indicate these changes were contemplated as early as December, yet were not indicated in the transportation survey done this spring.

    We note one middle school has had this decision reversed given parental concerns about young children having to transfer once or twice to get to school.

    We continue to advocate as Calgary’s parent voice in education. Information about our planned activities for autumn 2015 will be coming soon.



    Michael McIntosh, Interim President 


    Link:    http://capsc.ca/2015/07/concerns-about-transportation-strategy/

  • July 07, 2015 2:45 PM | Anonymous



    The Coach Hill/Patterson Heights Community Association held our annual free Stampede Breakfast yesterday morning and it was a grand success!  We had more than one thousand people attend our breakfast!

    We would like to take this moment to thank the many people and organizations that helped make this function run smoothly:

    - Arlington Realty/Coach Hill Plaza for letting us take over a significant portion of the parking lot

    - QuinnCorp Communities for the barricades, donation and the volunteers

    - Schooners Neighbourhood Pub for cooking the sausages for us, allowing the band to set up on their patio and use their electricity (thanks Sherri and Diane)

    - Rod Warnock and the Bottom Dollar Band for providing the entertainment

    - Tim Horton's truck for the hot coffee on a morning that started off chilly

    - Springfree Trampolines for keeping the children smiling

    - Liquor Depot for donating a gift card for our member draw

    - 7-11 for the slurpee coupons

    - Edward Jones for the volunteers (thanks Alexis and Susan)

    - The Blue Door on 85th St. for donating a gift basket for our member draw and for volunteering Bruce to help us flip pancakes

    - The Vin Room on 85th St. for donating a gift basket for a general raffle and for volunteers (thanks Phoebe)

    - Global Pet Foods on 85th St. for volunteering Al to help us with the pancakes

    - Calgary CO-OP on 85th St. for the gift card

    - Sobey's in Strathcona for the gift card

    - Councillor Richard Pootmans, MLA Deborah Drever and federal Conservative candidate Ron Liepert for serving us a tasty breakfast

    - The 67th Rangers, Sarcee Hills District Girl Guides for helping to clean up the tables and collect all the recyclables (thanks Arzmund)

    - The many volunteers from our community who made the tremendous effort to help out today without whom we would not be able to run this event  

    - And last but certainly not least, the CHPH Board would like to personally thank Nancy Plato for her hard work and dedication to making this event a success!

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