About the Argyle Community Association

The Argyle Community Association (A.C.A.) represents the common interests of the residents of the Argyle area.  We promote the well-being of the community and the City of London, and protect and improve the quality of life in the Community and the City.  We encourage citizens and members of the Association to be informed and participate in the community.  The A.C.A. is a member of the London Urban League, and is a not-for-profit association under that umbrella organization.

The A.C.A. meets from September to June on the 4th Wednesday of the month, 7:00pm-9:00pm, at the East London Library on Dundas Street East, London.  Everyone is welcome.

Membership

Membership in the A.C.A. is open to all residents living within the boundaries of the Thames river to the south, Highbury Ave to the west, Oxford Street to the north and Crumlin Rd to the east, as well as those residents living in adjacent areas who support the goals of the A.C.A..

Join the Argyle Community Association. 

Board of Directors

The A.C.A. is led by a volunteer Board of Directors consisting of eight members elected by the membership at an Annual General Meeting held each year.  Each registered member of the A.C.A. shall have one vote when electing the Board of Directors.

Executive

Linda Davis - Chairperson

Kristin Haight - Vice Chair

Elizabeth Cooper, Treasurer

Jetty Veldstra - Resident Ambassador Co-ordinator/Membership Chair

Peter Warcholuck, Secretary

 

Board Members

Shawn Lewis, Outreach/Infrastructure Committee Chair

Mike Rice, Board Member