<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN"> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html" charset="iso-8859-1" /> <meta name="apple-mobile-web-app-capable" content="yes"> <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0, maximum-scale=1.0"> <link rel="stylesheet" href="styles/main.css" charset="iso-8859-1" /> <link rel="icon" href="images/acl.ico" /> <title>Argyll Community League | Current News</title> <meta name="description" content="The Argyll community is the smallest residential area within the City of Edmonton. It is located between the forks of Mill Creek Ravine as if begins its journey north to the river. Residents enjoy the very quiet neighbourhood. The Argyll Community League has been in continuous existence since 1956 and operates the Community League hall. The neighbourhood playground is located adjacent to the community hall. 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New families have been moving in bringing back the sound of children." /> <meta name="keywords" content="Argyll, Argyll Community, Argyll Community League, Community, Argyll Community Hall, Argyll Sports, Argyll Sports Park, Recreation, Argyll Hall, Argyll Residents, Residential, Neighbourhood, Neighborhood, Mill Creek, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Smallest, Smallest Community, Japanese Garden, Baseball field, Rockers Rugby, Velodrome, Argyll Elementary School, Community League, Argyll Road" /> <body> <section class="sidebar"> <div> <br><p>&ldquo;It used to be that people were born as part of a community, and had to find their place as individuals.<br><br>Now people are born as individuals, and have to find their community.&rdquo;<br> <small> &mdash; <em> Bill Bishop, author</em></small><br><br></p> <!-- <br><p>&ldquo;The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters&rdquo;<br> <small> &mdash; <i>Title of a work by Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (17461828) &ndash; <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Sleep_of_Reason_Produces_Monsters" target="_blank">referenced</a> in an interview with Billy Bragg.</i></small></p> --> <p>Follow us on social!</p> <a href="https://www.facebook.com/argyllcl"><img src="images/fb-icon.jpg" height="50px" width="50px"></a> </div> </section> <section class="main"> <a name="top"></a> <p class="masthead">Current News</p> <p class="subhead">&hellip;as of Wednesday, July 25, 2018</p> <br /> <menu> <li><a href="#survey"><strong>ONLINE version</strong> of the Argyll Survey 2018</a></li> <li><a href="#playgroup">Parent &amp; Tot <strong>PlayGroup</strong></a></li> <li><a href="#rowing"><strong>Rowing Camps</strong></a></li> <li><a href="#jammers">The Jammers</a></li> <li><a href="#7">Garbage Pick Up</a></li> <li><a href="#dogs"><strong>Dogs</strong> in the Park</a></li> <!-- <li><a href="#meditation">Meditation Classes</a></li> <li><a href="#yoga">Monday <strong>Yoga</strong></a></li> <li><a href="#cleanup">Annual <strong>Mill Creek</strong> Clean Up</a></li> <li><a href="#BBQ">Annual Argyll Community BBQ</a></li> <li><a href="#agm">Argyll Annual General Meeting</a></li> <li><a href="#supper">Progressive <strong>Supper</strong> is Oct 14</a></li> <li><a href="#Bazaar">EJCA Annual Fall Bazaar <li><a href="#pie">Pie Contest <strong>Winner</strong></a></li> <li><a href="#garden">Community <strong>Gardening</strong></a> &ndash; updated</li> <li><a href="#angels">Snow Angels programme</a></li> <li><a href="#festival"><strong>Natsu Matsuri</strong> EJCA Summer Festival</a></li> --> </menu> <a name="survey"> </a> <p class="bigred">The Argyll Community Survey 2018</p> <h2 align="center">Participate in the survey online: <a href="https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdM4l3c9WhGlmnLmsdVTWjtd7QCUHm76dov5iPITlIH7RFaVA/viewform" target="_blank"><big>HERE</big></a></h2> <p>The Argyll Community League would like to know what improvements you would like to see in our community. For many of you this will be a refinement of a process as you were surveyed on the same subject in 2013 and at our Open House in March. This new survey acknowledges the upgrades already completed (like the new playground) and recognizes there are now resources available to implement <strong>new projects</strong>.</p> <p>On our survey page you'll find potential improvements divided into four (4) categories. Please rank each from 1 to 10 and then click "Submit". The deadline for your submission is <strong>August 15, 2018</strong>. All Argyll residents 18 years of age or older are invited to respond.</p> <p>Our Neighbourhood Improvement Committee will establish a short list of the most favored &ndash; and most implementable &ndash; projects for final approval at the <strong>September Annual General Meeting</strong>.</p> <p>At the bottom there is a  comments box for your further input; such as new project ideas or volunteering to assist with the implementation of a project.</p> <p><strong>NOTE:</strong> If you have already placed your paper survey into the Hall Mailbox, then there's no need to follow up with this online survey as it is a copy of the paper one delivered to all the homes in Argyll.</p> <p>If you have any difficulty accessing the online survey, please call Dave at 780.463.9310 and he will attempt to help you get to it.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <!-- <a name="meditation"> </a> <h2>Meditation Classes</h2> <p>Are you new to meditation? Are you curious about how meditation can improve your health and quality of life? Join Lifestyle Meditation Certified Instructor Shauna McMartin for a two-hour session that will introduce you to meditation practices with insight into basic science, philosophy and practice of meditation. This casual evening session will help to answer questions, provide you with meditation experiences, and may help you find ways to remove barriers to meditation in your daily life. Learn to sit in ease, bring balance, concentration, strength, calm your body and add a little peace to your hectic life.</p> <ul> <li>Date: <strong>Tuesday, June 19</strong></li> <li>Time: <strong>6:00 &ndash; 8:00 PM</strong></li> <li>Location: <strong>Argyll Community Hall</strong></li> <li>Cost: <strong>$30.00</strong></li> </ul> <p>To reserve your spot please email Shauna at soulsistermeditation@gmail.com</p> <br /> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> --> <a name="playgroup"> </a> <h2>Parent &amp; Tot Playgroup</h2> <p>Our Parent &amp; Tot Playgroup operates out of the community hall. The group use the lounge area of the hall on the <strong>last Friday</strong> of each month from 10:00 AM &ndash; 12:00 Noon. The program is for parents/caregivers and their young children ages 0-5 to drop by and make friends with other families in Argyll as well as have fun. This is a free service for community residents and we ask you to bring your own snacks and beverages.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <a name="rowing"> </a> <h2>Edmonton Rowing Club Summer Day Camps</h2> <img src="images/rowing.jpg" width="50%" height="50%" align="right" hspace="20" vspace="4" border="1" alt="People rowing on a river"> <p>Get out of the heat and join the Edmonton Rowing Club on the North Saskatchewan River for a week of rowing. For first time rowers or just to improve, they have a spot for you.</p> <ul> <li>Sculling & Sweeping</li> <li>Learn in Eights, Quads & Fours</li> <li>Cross-training</li> <li>Team Building</li> <li>Fun</li> </ul> <br> <p>Choose 1 day or come for more. Rowing is a good activity for anyone age 13 or older. More dates may become available if there is interest in doing more.</p> <p>Dates are: <ol type="1"> <li>July 30 &ndash; August 03</li> </ol> </p> <p>All weekly rowing days begin at <strong> 09:00</strong> and run through to <strong>15:00</strong>. Cost is <strong>$350.00 per week</strong>.</p> <p>To register &ndash; or for more information &ndash; contact: <a href="mailto:erc.camps@gmail.com">Alexander Patton</a>, Summer Camp Director.<br> Or you can visit:<a href="http://www.edmontonrowing.ca/?page_id=1267" target="_blank"> <strong>edmontonrowing.ca</strong></a></p> <p></p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <a name="jammers"> </a> <h2>The Jammers</h2> <img src="images/jammers_700.jpg" align="middle" border="1" height="80%" width="80%" hspace="40" vspace="4" alt="Jammer Group playing in the hall together"> <p>Each week a group of musicians spend a little time together playing songs and keeping time. They meet on Thursdays from noon until 3:00 PM in the main hall of the Argyll Community Centre. They welcome any instrument you are willing to jam with. Electric and Acoustic instruments are both welcome.</p> <p>If you want to sit-in on what they get up to each week, then contact Ken by phone and get the details for their next jam. You can come and sing, play along or just relax and enjoy the music. Call <strong>Ken</strong> <big><strong>780.466.8127</strong></big> for more information.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <a name="7"> </a> <img src="../images/can-sizes.jpg" alt="An example of what the proper containers look like." width="25%" height="25%" hspace="20" vspace="4" border="1" align="right" /> <h2>Garbage Pick up</h2> <p>The City of Edmonton Waste Management Branch is asking people to use the proper size of garbage container. Oversize garbage cans increase the risk of injury to waste collectors and are no longer being collected.</p> <p>Bylaw #13777 limits the size of a container to less than <strong>100 litres.</strong></p> <BR clear="right"> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <!-- <a name="BBQ"> </a> <h2>Argyll Community BBQ &mdash; Sunday June 05, 4:00 &ndash; 7:00 PM</h2> <p>Come and join us for our 3<sup>rd</sup> Annual BBQ for Argyll residents. We will have food and fun activities for all ages. We will be holding our <strong>PIE BAKE-OFF</strong> again so bring your best pie to share with your neighbours and win a prize.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="1" width="300" /> <a name="movie"> </a> <h2>Movie in the Park</h2> <p>Argyll Community League presents: <strong>Movie in the Park</strong></p> <p>Once again we are inviting the whole neighbourhood to come together a watch a movie in an outdoor setting. This year we will feature the 2016 animated film <strong>"Moana"</strong> which should be a hit with the kids.</p> <p>Join your neighbours on <strong>Saturday, September 16th</strong> for a celebration of 100 years of Community Leagues, and 150 years of Confederation on the lawn behind Argyll Community Hall.</p> <p>Pre-show activities will be family friendly beginning at 6:30 PM and Showtime will be approximately 7:45 PM (earlier if it gets dark enough).</p> <p><strong>FREE ADMISSION</strong></p> <p>Concession proceeds will go to British Columbia Fire Relief. Dress warmly and bring your blankets, sleeping bag, or lawn chairs to watch the movie with your family. There will, once again, be a "Toonie" raffle for the <strong>"Gold Seats"</strong>.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="1" width="300" /> <a name="supper"> </a> <h2>Progressive Supper</h2> <h3 align="center">Deadline is October 10 to sign up!</h3> <p>Each year we invite residents of Argyll to join together and engage in a little one-on-one time with each other over a supper. This event is only open to residents of the Argyll neighbourhood for obvious reasons. Its purpose is to foster community and have fun.</p> <img src="../images/tree_sidewalk.jpg" align="right" border="1" width="400" height="227" hspace="10" vspace="4"> <p>The Fifth edition of the Argyll Community Progressive Supper will be held on <strong>October 14<sup>th</sup></strong> 2017 from 4:00 &ndash; 8:00 PM. This event is a great way to meet your neighbours and share your love of living in Argyll. It is coordinated by Steve Dytiuk of the Events Committee and involves some simple requirements for participating. First of those is signing up for the event. Steve has an electronic method of signing up <a href="https://goo.gl/tcAHxD" target="_blank"><strong>HERE</strong></a> and would be happy to follow up with anyone who cannot do it electronically. The deadline for signing up is October 10<sup>th</sup>. This is a great chance to find out more about the lives and interests of the people who live in this area and to spend an evening traveling from home to home sharing a meal in four courses. Children <strong>are</strong> included in this activity.</p> <p>Last year's supper was a <strong>huge</strong> success. This is an Argyll Residents <strong>only</strong> event in case you're reading this from outside our neighbourhood. Steve can be reached by phone at: <big><strong>780.475.7019</strong></big></p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="1" width="500" /> <a name="pie"> </a> <h2>Pie Bake-Off</h2> <img src="images/2018_pie_contest_winner_jason_larson.jpg" align="right" border="1" width="45%" height="45%" hspace="20" vspace="4" alt="image of the pie contest winner" /> <p>This year's winner of the pie bake-off at our Summer BBQ was Jordan Larson for his Caramel Apple Pie. A big thank you also goes out to everyone who brought a pie to the bake-off. <br clear="left"> <table align="left" width="40%" border="0" cellspacing="4" cellpadding="6" bgcolor="#FFFFE1"> <tr><td width="60%">Peach Pie with Brandy</td><td width="10%">Ren&eacute;e</td></tr> <tr><td>Cherry Pie</td><td>Diana</td></tr> <tr><td>Mock Apple Pie</td><td>Adam</td></tr> <tr><td>Mojito Pie</td><td>Paulina</td></tr> <tr><td>Chocolate Malted Strawberry Pie</td><td>Janet</td></tr> <tr><td>Pecan Cream Pie</td><td>Angie</td></tr> </table> </p> <br clear="left" /> <br> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <a name="festival"> </a> <p class="bigred">Natsu Matsuri 2018</p> <h2>EJCA Summer Festival</h2> <p>Come to the community hall on Saturday <strong>July 14</strong> from <strong>2:00 to 8:00 PM</strong> for the Third annual EJCA Summer Festival.</p> <img src="images/Natsumatsuri_logo_2016.jpg" border="0" align="right" alt="Nasumatsuri Logo image" height="350" width="300" hspace="20" vspace="8"> <p>It's called a <strong>Natsu Matsuri</strong> which sets out to create an atmosphere of people gathering to enjoy and interpret Japanese Culture. The purpose of this Natsu Matsuri is to increase awareness of Japanese culture by providing a Traditional Japanese experience for people in the greater Edmonton area.</p> <p>The event will offer visitors entertainment, exhibits, food, and activities which highlight some of the cultural contributions Japan has made to global culture. Enjoy some traditional music, dance, and foods. For children there will be traditional activities, some prizes, as well as a chance to dress in the traditional costumes of Japan (Yukata and Jinbei). Bon-odori is an audience participation <strong>line dance</strong> set to traditional bon-odori music.</p> <p>Everything will be held in the courtyard to the north of the main hall. If the weather does not cooperate everything will continue inside the hall. All residents of Edmonton are welcome to visit, but residents of Argyll are especially welcome to discover more about our community partners, their customs, and their programming in the community centre.</p> <p>Put this event on your calendar today and be sure to allow plenty of time to experience the whole event.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <a name="bazaar"> </a> <h2>EJCA Fall Bazaar 2017</h2> <p><strong>Saturday, October 21</strong> the Edmonton Japanese Community Association holds its annual Fall Bazaar where you can sample Japanese Food, buy some Christmas Gifts, see Japanese Cookbooks and even Children's books in English. This is also a bake sale with cookies, cakes, and lots of baked goodies. A silent auction will also be held for those who wish to contribute to supporting the many programmes of the organization.</p> <p>Things get underway at <strong>11:00 AM on Saturday</strong> and continue through to 2:00 PM. This is an annual event helping the EJCA programs (operated by all the various volunteer groups) supported by their association. It's also a great opportunity to explore some of the Culture on display.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="1" width="500" /> <a name="agm"> </a> <p class="bigred">Annual General Meeting</p> <h2 align="center">September 26<sup>th</sup> &mdash; 7:00 PM</h2> <p>Our annual meeting will be held in the Lounge Area of the community center. Anyone wishing to bring forward a concern or discuss an issue can attend. An agenda will be circulated at the meeting but items can be added at the start. All residents of Argyll are <strong>voting members</strong> of the community league.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <a name="cleanup"> </a> <h2>Mill Creek Clean-up &mdash; Sunday May 07</h2> <img src="images/clean-up-2017.jpg" align="right" border="1" height="360" width="250" hspace="20" vspace="8"> <p>The <em>Annual Mill Creek Clean Up</em> is always the first Sunday in May, so this year it falls on May the 7<sup>th</sup>. The fine folks of Ritchie and Hazeldean take the lead on organizing things for the <strong>South Ravine Clean Up</strong> (South of the Whyte Avenue bridge). Nancy Rempel and company, with Keepers of Mill Creek, organize the North Ravine Clean Up.</p> <p>Start time is <strong>10:00 AM</strong>. Argyll will have their own official entrance point for our neighbourhood to participate in the Mill Creek Ravine Clean-up. Please meet at the bottom of the tobogganing hill (just east of 84 Street) where committee members will provide you with bags and gloves. This is only a two hour commitment.</p> <p><strong>Meeting Points:</strong><br> Hazeldean: The Greenway at 93 Street<br> King Edward Park: Shamrock Curling Parking Lot<br> Ritchie: 77 Ave Stairs at the ravine (east of 96 Street)</p> <p>BBQ starts @ 12:00 PM at Ritchie Hall (7727 98 Street)</p> <p>We hope to see you out there, rain or shine!</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="1" width="300" /> <a name="yoga"> </a> <h2>Argyll YOGA classes</h2> <p>Argyll Community is pleased to be able to present this Hatha Yoga Programme to both residents and the general public. Classes are held during winter and spring the lounge area of the hall each Monday evening from 7:30 &mdash; 9:00 PM.</p> <p>This is <em>Hatha Yoga</em> with a focus on alignment, core stability and awareness of body and breath. Our instructor is Renee Giammarioli (an Argyll resident) who is a Yoga Association of Alberta Certified Yoga Instructor and is also a physiotherapist.</p> <p>The Winter session ends in May. Be on the lookout for announcements for the sessions which start in the fall. <!-- There will be no class Thanksgiving Monday &ndash; October 09. Cost for registration is $100.00 for 12 classes. Drop-in rates are $10.00 per class for Argyll residents, $12.00 for non-residents. The winter and spring sessions are shorter than the fall session so the cost is lower.</p> <p>We limit the class to 12 students. Contact Renee if you are planning to register. Also be sure to let her know if you have a recent injury or some physical limitations. You can call Renee at <big><strong>780.903.1911</strong></big>. <!-- We also offer an 8-week class in the new year and another in spring.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="1" width="300" /> <a name="angels"> </a> <h2>Snow Angels Program</h2> <img src="images/snowman_tall.jpg" align="right" border="1" alt="A snowman image from a park in the Argyll neighbourhood" width="250" height="320" hspace="10" vspace="2"> <p>Snow Angels is a broad, community based education campaign about snow removal which supports citizens who shovel regularly and those who help a neighbour out. Community Leagues who participate in the program will help promote and recognize people who shovel on a regular basis, as well as those who help neighbors in need. Argyll Community League has signed up to participate in the program. Participation in the Snow Angels programme will include prizes as well as recognition by our community league.</p> <p>This winter, Argyll Community League is joining the Snow Angels programme. As a community, we want to encourage everyone to keep their sidewalks free of snow and ice. We also want to encourage residents to consider helping a neighbour. Many people in Argyll need help due to mobility or health issues and might not always ask for help. If <strong>you</strong> need help shoveling your walk, please contact Dave Trautman at <strong>780.463.9310</strong>.</p> <p>If you are a senior needing help shoveling your walk this winter, please contact the <strong>South East Edmonton Seniors Association</strong>: <big><strong>780.468.1985</strong></big>.</p> <p>This is our opportunity to make sure Argyll residents keep sidewalks safe for everyone and to help out our neighbors who might need assistance.</p> <p>Volunteer "Snow Angels" will be eligible for a prize pack from Boston Pizza. Become a Snow Angel by: <ul> <li>Keeping your walk free of snow and ice</li> <li>Shoveling a neighbour's walk</li> <li>Starting a conversation with neighbours about the importance of clear sidewalks</li> <li>Making a plan with your neighbours to share the shoveling</li> </ul> Let's work together to keep our sidewalks clear. If you wish to report a Snow Angel for recognition contact Dave Trautman at the number above.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <a name="rink"> </a> <h2>Skating Rink</h2> <p align="center"><big><big><strong><font color="red">No skating this year</font></strong></big></big></p> <br clear="right"> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="1" width="300" /> <a name="bucket"> </a> <h2>Bucket Gardening Workshop</h2> <img src="images/bucket_garden 240dpi.jpg" align="right" width="150" height="265" hspace="20" vspace="4" border="1" alt="Image of a Bucket containing growing plants"> <p>Bucket Gardening is a special way to garden without having to plow your back yard. It involves strategies and techniques for managing the growth of plants in a limited soil space. The workshop will involve discussion about sustainable food as well as healthy eating. Each participant will make a self-watering bucket container garden. The workshop is about one and a half hours long. Discussions may also include growing sprouts and community gardening for those who are interested.</p> <p>The workshop is on <strong>Sunday, May 27</strong> beginning at <strong>2:00 PM</strong>. Starter Materials will be provided.</p> <p>Sign up for this workshop by visiting EventBrite and search for "bucket garden". You can also call, or text, Christine Twardzik at <big>780.918.0276</big> if you have questions or want more details.</p> <br /> <br /> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> --> <h2 align="center">Sign up for e-mail notices for our social events!</h2> <img src="images/email_icon.jpg" border="1" align="right" hspace="20" vspace="8" width="20%" height="20%"> <p>Our mailing address is:<br> Argyll CL Social Events<br> 6750 88 Street<br> Edmonton, AB T6E 5H6<br> Canada</p> <p>Or <a href="http://www.argyllcl.ab.ca/cmte.html#list"><strong>sign up</strong></a> for our e-mail news service where you get notices into your inbox electronically.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <a name="dogs"> </a> <h2>Dogs in the Park</h2> <p>It is that time again when dog owners like to bring their four-legged kids to the park. While most of us are dog fans, not every one is. This is why the City of Edmonton has regulations concerning dogs in our parks. There are two bylaws which every dog owner needs to be aware of. Both the Animal and Licensing Bylaw and the Parkland Bylaw apply to dog owners. The following is a quote from bylaw 2202:</p> <p>Unless otherwise permitted by this bylaw no person shall allow any animal under their control, or for which they are responsible, to be on Parkland. A person may have a dog on parkland so long as the Dog is:<br> <ol type="a"> <li>leashed and on an Improved Trail or an Unimproved Trail;</li> <li>leashed and on a Boulevard;</li> <li>leashed and in an area governed by signage permitting dogs; or</li> <li>in an Off Leash Area; but only if the dog is, at all times, kept at least 10 meters from any developed playground or picnic site</li> </ol> </p> <p>Please be respectful for all the other children and families who use the parks, while <strong>we</strong> love our pets and they are a part of <strong>our</strong> families, not everyone likes dogs, some even have allergies.</p> <br> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <br /> <p>There is more local information on our <strong>Contact page</b>.</p> <p>Our address is:<br> <ul compact="compact" type="none"> <li><strong>Argyll Community Hall</strong></li> <li>6750 - 88 Street</li> <li>Edmonton, AB</li> <li>Canada&nbsp;&nbsp;T6E 5H6</li> </ul></p> <hr align="center" noshade="noshade" size="2" width="300" /> <p align="center"><a href="#top"><img src="images/ACL_Button_64px_Bevel.png" border="0" vspace="0 " hspace="4" height="64" width="64" /></a><br><small>Back to TOP</small></p> <div id="footer">&copy; 2008-2018 Argyll Community League</div> </section> <div id="banner"> <img id="acl_left" src="images/acl_left.jpg" width="27%"> <nav> <ul> <li class="here"><a href="index.html">News</a></li> <li><a href="events.html">Events</a></li> <li><a href="issues.html">Issues</a></li> <li><a href="membership.html">Membership</a></li> <li><a href="contact.html">Contact</a></li> <li><a href="cmte.html">Committees</a></li> <li><a href="biography.html">Community</a></li> </ul> <a href="#" id="menu-icon"><img src="images/menu2.png" height="25%" width="25%"></a> </nav> <img id="acl_right" src="images/acl_right.jpg" width="36%"> </div> </body> </html>