Acme Senior Association (located at 110 Main Street)
The Acme Seniors is open three afternoons per week - Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Monthly meetings and potluck suppers are held on the second Wednesday of the month. The Senior Centre is wheel chair accessible.
The Elks hold their meetings monthly in the Lodge Room at the Acme Community Centre. Any male over 21 years may join. Money is raised to help with worthwhile ventures in the community.
Acme Royal Purple #103
This group is open to all ladies in the community and surrounding area. Meetings are held monthly in the Lodge Room of the Acme Community Centre. This service club provides excellent catering to many functions in the community, donates to many charities, organizes and serves the annual Flower Show Tea and provides a School Citizenship scholarship.
This fraternal organization meets monthly in the Lodge Room of the Acme Community Centre and works towards donations in the community and for the school scholarships.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch #76
Open to all veterans and ex-service personnel, their fathers and sons over the age of 18. This group meets monthly in the Legion facility. They help with community projects, youth groups, sports bursaries, support the Crippled Children's Fund and the Polio foundation. The basic purpose of this group is helping the veterans and the needs of the community. The Legion is open Tuesday nights for darts and Wednesday afternoon for pool.
Legion Ladies Auxiliary Branch #76
The Ladies Auxiliary holds their monthly meetings in the Legion facility. Money is raised by means of raffles, bake and craft sales and catering. The Auxiliary has donated to many charitable organizations such as the Polio fund, Hospital fund and to assist youth groups.
Prairie Rose Rebekah
This group is open to all women over the age of 18 years. Two meetings are held monthly in the Lodge room of the Memorial Hall. This organization sponsors eye screening, the United Nations Pilgrimage, school scholarships and donates to other causes as well. Money is raised for these projects by catering and Casino funds.
Acme United Church Women
Regular meetings of the U.C.W. are held monthly in the church parlour. Activities include catering, providing and education fund for Christian Education and seminars, donations to handicapped groups, carious charities and colleges and the Food Bank. The U.C.W. also sponsors Explorers, and active and worthwhile organizations for girls 9-12 years of age.
Anglican Church Women
This group meets monthly in members' homes. They provide a catering service to small gatherings and sponsor the Anglican Church Sunday School. They also hold an annual Christmas bazaar in November.
Acme Flower & Vegetable Show
The idea of the Acme Flower and Vegetable Show began in 1953 through the Acme Royal Purple. Unfortunately, Acme and area were hailed out that year, so the official first year was 1954.
There are many categories that a person can enter into. For example, there are different flower categories, fruit and specialty categories. There are also different age categories: adult, youth and junior. there are trophies, plaques, ribbons and money to be won.
After the judging, the Flower Show is open to the public to look at all of the wonderful displays, and of course, to have tea that is put on by the Royal Purple Ladies!
Flower Show Category List (433 KB)
Acme Ag Society
Acme & District Agricultural Society was registered in 1985 under the Agriculture Societies Act with a mandate of:
Acme & District Agricultural Society is a progressive, community-focused, sustainable entity promoting and encouraging activities that meet the needs of the members.
|2011||President - Jay Davis|
Vice-President - Shane Gibson
Secretary - Val Parent
Treasurer - Ray Price
Acme Food Bank
The Acme and District Food Bank has been in existence since 1973. It has been able to help many people in need because of the generous support of people, businesses and non-profit groups in the communities of Acme, Linden, Swalwell, Sunnyslope and the surrounding areas.
Currently we are storing the food at the Acme Curling Rink and have been for years. The Acme Curling Club is in the process of renovating their building to accommodate the Food Bank with a larger storage facility. For that we are extremely thankful.
We gratefully take donations throughout the year. The Village of Acme will take the cash or cheque donations and can make out the tax receipts for you there. If anyone would like to donate non-perishable food items you can call anyone of the committee members listed below.
There are also some key events that happen in Acme that will accept donations for the Food Bank such as The Annual Acme Fire Department Candy Cane Run which usually takes place about a week before Christmas. The Acme School Christmas Concert also asks parents to bring a non-perishable food item when they come to the concert. These are just some of the events but there are many others.
Committee Members are
If anyone is in need of a hamper please contact any one of the committee members.
Also if anyone wants to help with the making of the Christmas hampers or would like to join the Acme and District Food Bank, please contact any member listed above...
The Acme Community Angels is an organization started in 2006. Our goal is to make Acme a safe and caring community. We feel the first way to feel safe is to know your neighbours. So in order for you to meet those neighbours in an easy laid back environment, we plan community events every few months. Everyone is more than welcome at these…families, couples, singles, seniors, teens…you get the idea. Keep your eyes open for coming events. We advertise by posters around town, ACES calendar & Acme Reader Boards.
If you have any questions, or would like to volunteer, please feel free to call Trish (403) 546-3988.
Come and join the fun!!!!