Which alumni group has the most active group?
Edmonton’s alumni group gets together at the Edmonton Oilers’ home rink every Tuesday to discuss sports, life and community.
The event started in 2013, but the club’s official group has been growing for the past four years.
Last year, the group held its first gathering and has now grown to almost 900 members.
The group, which is also home to the Edmonton Hockey Club, Edmonton Jazz and Edmonton Community Centre, has also become a social event.
It has hosted events for Edmontonians of all ages, and has also brought in international celebrities.
The club is the only one of its kind in Canada, with an official group for the city of Edmonton.
“We have some really interesting things going on that have not been covered by the mainstream media in Edmonton,” said Jeff Schramm, the president of the alumni group.
“It’s a big part of our life.
It’s our community and our community is important to us.”
For example, the club has hosted several alumni events, including the annual Edmonton Oilers Homecoming in 2018.
Schrams group also hosted an event this past summer, with some of the players taking part in a walk, which featured music and speakers from around the world.
“I think that is really important for our city,” said Schramms.
“There are so many people who have left the city and are leaving the country and we want to bring them back and see how it goes.”
Schrammas group is not alone.
The Oilers have a team of alumni from around Canada.
In 2017, the Oilers won the Memorial Cup for the first time in 30 years, and many alumni have left to play in the NHL or attend the University of Alberta.
Last season, there were also several alumni group meetings at the club.
This year, they are trying to add a few more events to the group.
There is also a monthly alumni dinner, and the club will host a game-day tradition with a number of alumni members.
“Every year, there is a huge amount of alumni group activity, which includes a game day event, and there are a lot of activities that go on at the alumni home rink,” said Mark Poynton, the executive director of the Edmonton Athletic Club.
“The alumni group is a really good resource to the hockey community and the community at large.”
It is not just the Oilers’ alumni that are involved with the alumni community.
Schrams group is also hosting a game night in the 2018 season, with alumni from the city, as well as some players, coming together to watch a game.
Poyntons club has a number other alumni groups, including one for hockey, which also brings together alumni from Edmonton.
“We are doing events in the community, but we also have alumni groups that are going to be in the city,” Poynetons said.
“That is something we are looking at.”
The alumni group’s goal is to make the community more active, with more events, parties and events like the annual alumni dinner.
The Edmonton Athletic club also has a website, which will be updated with new information about alumni groups.
For more information, visit the alumni.ca website.
For a list of events in Edmonton, visit EdmontonAthletics.com/events.