About Us

SEESA officially opened in 1980 as a drop in centre with only one paid staff member: a secretary/receptionist. Volunteers were responsible for organizing all the social events, classes, monthly dinners, birthday parties and clean up. They started opening that summer one day a week, Wednesdays noon- 5 pm, and soon the centre was open daily from 10 am - 5 pm. At the end of that inaugral year membership had grown to 265.

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History of SEESA

2019 By-Laws

Today, volunteers are still an integral part of the SEESA operational force and are supported by full & part-time staff. SEESA has currently over 1500 members. We are open 6 days a week (Fall to Spring) with activities running well into the evening Monday to Friday.


Membership is $30 annually. Brand new members who have never been a member of SEESA before may join for $40 starting July 1st and will receive the rest of the current year and all of the following year for that price. If you would like to become a member please print out the application form and bring the completed form to the Front Desk with your payment. We will issue a Membership Card and a key fob for you to use when you come to the centre. For current members wishing to renew we have a pre-printed form for you to proof for corrections at the Front Desk after November 1st.


South East Edmonton Seniors Association (SEESA)
9350 82 ST NW Edmonton AB T6C 2X8
P 780.468.1985 www.seesa.ca

Executive Director: Kim Buehler
President, Board of Directors: Joan Brady

City of Edmonton Occupancy Permit # 93A03448
Charitable # 119157246RR0001

Persons aged 55 and over have choice of access to social, recreational, and support services that significantly contribute to their quality of life and a referral network to other essential services.

SEESA provides programs and services that will help seniors maintain and enhance their quality of life.

Core Values
Responsiveness: We (SEESA members, volunteers, and staff) ask for input, listen, and build relationships. We are open to both opportunity and change.
Inclusion: We embrace diversity and provide a range of programs and services to accommodate different interests and needs.

Connection: We seek out and develop connections with our members and across the broader Edmonton community.

Sustainability: We operate our facilities, programs, and services on a cost inclusive basis (affordability) and make sure needed resources are in place to ensure access for all.

Team Work: We bring a collaborative and constructive attitude to all that we do to create a positive and welcoming SEESA community.





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