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Community Groups

The Municipality of WestLake-Gladstone recognizes the benefits from service groups, organizations, volunteers, and events within the Municipality, by promoting and improving upon the cultural, social, recreational, and economic well-being of the community. It is for this reason that the Municipality is committed to treating all requests for contributions in a consistent, fair and equitable manner subject to local needs, priorities, and Council’s approved budget.

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82 Dennis Street West, Gladstone Manitoba
Legion Club Room #110

Raise funds to support community groups and individuals by way of sports scholarships, bursaries to summer and sport camps, donations to local minor sports.

Legion meets every 4th Monday of the month (except for December, July and August)

Call (204)385-2792 for more information!

Our vision is to be the most progressive family focused organization in Canada, meeting community and member needs and expectations. The men and women of the Elks of Canada promote and support the community needs across Canada. 

Incorporated: 1948
Meet the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month at 8:00 pm

Contact Herman Hofer at (204)385-3118 for more information!

Call (204)386-2604 for more information!

Call (204)386-2491 for more information!

The Pine Creek Players are a community theatre group for the Gladstone/Plumas area. Members range from young to old, amateur to experienced. Approximately two to three productions are put on per year. Volunteers can participate on a show-to-show basis, no experience is necessary! Actors, stage crew, costume design, set design needed! 

For more information contact:
Kelvin Bueckert
Phone: 204-385-3232

We are a small quilt group who meet on the first Saturday of the month at Plumas or Gladstone.  We enjoy getting together to sew, share ideas and learn from one another.  For more information or to sign up as a new member please contact.

Gloria Fulford


We welcome new members

We are a small group of local, aspiring "want-to-be" artists who meet to have fun, dabble in paint, and to organize and attend local workshops. The workshops vary in media, for example water colours, acrylics, pencil drawing, rouging, pen and ink, oils. Some of us are beginners and some are very advanced, but we have a good time, and we always learn something. Our yearly membership fee is only $10, and workshops fees vary, but are very reasonable.

For more information, to learn about upcoming workshops, or to sign up as a member, please contact one of the following:
Linda Crooks at 204.385.2498
Florence McBride at 204.385.2877
Pat Asmundson at 204.385.3286
Shirley Ritchie at 204.385.2979
Jo Ann Beavington at 204.385.2272

 We Welcome New Members! Do Something for YOU!!

We're unique! We know of no other women's group similar to ours in Canada! We've created a circle of friends joined together across the country, from British Columbia to Nova Scotia. 

Our Objectives:

  • Unite women across Canada and Keep communications open between members and provinces, via a members only website, Provincial and local events, our annual AGM and Convention, and monthly newsletters.
  • Hold an Annual General Meeting for members each year and have a different province host the AGM & Convention.
  • Offer a non-profit organization where all money is accounted for and used for the members, with an Annual Financial Statement that is shared with all members. 
  • Socialize, offer support, share activities. 


  1.  Wear our colors (red, white, and purple in any combination)
  2.  Wear something on your head
  3.  Pay your membership dues on time
  4.  Have FUN

Contact Helen at (204)385-2788 for Gladstone's information.

Gladstone Access Community Channel 12, WCG-TV consists of members of the community who volunteer their time to document events, meetings, and more within the community. 

For more information or how to become a member, please contact:
Kelvin Bueckert at 204.385.3232

The Gladstone 4-H Handi Workers are an active 4-H Club with 30-40 members, ages 6-25. Projects for young people include such topics as Leadership, Digital Photography, Foods, Sewing, Babysitting, Cloverbuds, Money and more. We as a club are always seeking Leaders to help these young people learn new skills.

Contact: Head Leader Kynda Pollard 204-385-2346