Lorne Mountain Community Association
Lorne Mountain Community Association (LMCA)
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SPORTS, RECREATION AND ARTS PROGRAMMING. FACILITIES RENTAL.
LMCA is registered society formed in 1985 to serve the social and recreational needs of what is now the Hamlet of Mt. Lorne. In 1996 the association was granted the powers of Recreational Authority by the Government of Yukon.
LMCA’s mandate is to provide the facilities and recreational opportunities that promote a healthy lifestyle, encourage family participation, provide opportunities for youth employments and training while supporting goals of sustainability and environmental responsibility.
LMCA Community Centre is located at:
#47 Annie Lake Road (1 km down the Annie Lake Road on the right-hand side)
Update to Day Use Fees
🚨🚨IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT 🚨🚨
For immediate release on social media and website.
The Mt. Lorne Community Centre continues to be the target of petty theft and expensive damages to our drop boxes. While we have an open RCMP investigation, and have photographed suspected parties, there is no sign of stopping. We need your help. Please REPORT any suspicious activity around the centre, especially at the drop boxes to the RCMP.
The cost of damages, extra labour, and losses is now in the thousands of dollars since the summer. Due to this, we are disheartened to announce that effective today, we will no longer be accepting cash at the drop boxes for day use fees, until these parties stop damaging our beloved centre, and are held accountable.
HOW TO SAFELY PAY FOR DAY-USE EFFECTIVE TODAY:
Buy a membership. It gives you unlimited free access to our facilities and programs. https://www.mtlorne.ca/lmca/membership
Use your smartphone to scan the QR codes posted at all the facilities and drop boxes. You can also pre-pay from the comfort of your home before you come for your visit to the centre. https://www.mtlorne.ca/daypass
Pay inside at the LMCA office, or through a staff member or volunteer patroller that may come say hello during your visit.
Our staff and maintenance team are working on ways we can safely accept cash again, and use our honour system that we are very proud of being able to offer. We are a community built on trust and stewardship, and look forward to getting back to those roots that make Mt. Lorne the place we know and love.
We are encouraging our users to take pictures of suspicious activity and post it on our social media channels, in addition to contacting the RCMP. As a community, we can remedy this.
If you have any questions, or concerns, or creative solutions, please contact our Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LMCA wants to thank you for your support and sense of community during this unpleasant time. We wish you a safe and happy holiday season, and look forward to welcoming you at your community centre in the heart of beautiful Mt. Lorne.