Message from the Executive

On behalf of the East St Paul Community Centre, we would like to welcome you to our website. From within our site, you will find information on all of our programs, upcoming events, appropriate contacts, and volunteer opportunities.
 
Please take a look at what we have to offer, let us know if you have anything to offer, and we’ll continue to work together in providing the best possible community centre environment for all of our participants.
 
Thank You,
 

Contact Information

Address:
264 Hoddinott Road
East St. Paul, MB
R2E 0H7

Office Hours:
Closed for the season, appointments can be arranged via email at manager@espcc.ca.

General Manager: Nancy Plustwa
Phone: (204) 654.9496
 
Hall Rentals: Tyne Mills
Phone: (204) 668.8336









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East St. Paul Community Club 
 

Volunteer at ESPCC

ESPCC Volunteer Statement

The Club’s volunteers are willing to be team players within the established structure of the club.  They are willing to support the overall development of all sport and recreation programs in the Community.  Volunteers will make decisions for the betterment of programs.  Volunteers have the commitment to fulfill their position.  Volunteers may be subject to a background check.

Becoming a Volunteer

ESPCC encourages community members to get involved with the centre as community leaders and volunteers. Meet new people, develop new skills and have fun by becoming a East St. Paul Community Centre Volunteer.
 
Many volunteer opportunities are available to meet a variety of needs and interests. There are no age restrictions. You can make a commitment of time that works for you.  

Why Volunteer?

Youth
  • Improve job opportunities
  • Explore your skills and abilities
 
Corporate Sector
  • Use your skills and abilities as a leader in your field
  • Improve community life
  • Improve your status and image in the community  
 Adults
  • Provide new work and skills training
  • Take on a new challenge
  • Help others in the community
  • Develop leadership skills
  • Meet new friends in the neighbourhood
 
New Canadians
  • Develop your proficiency in English
  • Develop employment related skills
  • Gain important work experience
 
Adults 55+
  • Give back to the community
  • Make a contribution of time
  • Keeps you active and healthy
 
 

 
 
 
Volunteer Documents