The Cheadle Hall stands as one of the main focal points of the community.
The Hall has been host to many special events and community gatherings such as Okotberfest, potlucks, dances, and monthly board meetings.
The Hall is available to rent for private parties, weddings, information sessions, non-profit groups, children’s groups, Christmas parties, or family dinners.
T'ai Chi Qigong Classes
January 30, 2020 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
February 5, 2020 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cheadle Lion's Club monthly meeting.
T'ai Chi Qigong Classes
February 6, 2020 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Government of Alberta
February 8, 2020 8:00 am - 12:30 pm
Annual General Meeting - Community Club
February 10, 2020 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
The Cheadle Community Club's Annual General Meeting.
Dinner Provided. Dinner at 630PM.
AGM starts at 700PM.
Cheadle Community Club
Who We Are
Your Cheadle Community Club is a non-profit organization comprised of volunteers who, since 1923, are dedicated to improving the community around us.
What We Do
Your club looks after everything to do with the Cheadle Hall including paying the bills and managing finances, on-going upkeep, long term capital repairs, managing all aspects of hall rentals and the planning and execution of community events.
Moreover, we also work on projects that we feel add to our community and way of life. For instance, the Cheadle Playground and the Cheadle Ice Rink.
In Conclusion, our volunteers work hard to research, plan, apply for grants and AGLC funding, execute these projects, followed by all the financial reporting.
None of this would be possible.
The Cheadle Community Club would like to thank Wheatland County, The Community Enhancement Regional Board and the Cheadle Lions without their ongoing financial support the operation of the Cheadle Hall and special community projects would not be possible.
In addition, we would also like to thank Alberta Culture and Tourism and The Community Facility Enhancement Program for their contributions made to make the Cheadle Ice Rink upgrades possible.
Secondly, donations from local businesses and individuals continue to be key to our success. We would like to thank: Carnivals For Kids At Heart, Barbeejay Supplies, Grey’s Limited, Thiessen Farms, Earth Renew, CHS Canada LP, M&M Drilling Co., Strathmore Elks, Cheadle Lions Club, Wheatland County, Bruce Farms, Leger Air Vac Systems, Ember Resources, Plain Jane Events and K.M.W. Heating and Air Conditioning Ltd.
In short, we would not have survived since 1923 without community support. The board members, past and present, and the individual volunteers that have put in countless hours towards a better community.
“If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.”– African Proverb