Become a MOCA Member is more than voting annually, your supporting Board Members to stand up to be the voice of Millcan/Lynnwood/ Ogden. And you get additional perks such as: discounts on hall rentals, skating and special events.
Discounts also include:
*Memberships expire May 31 of every year
(Important: if paying online please email confirmation of payment & membership form to firstname.lastname@example.org)
I realized if you can change a classroom, you can change a community, and if you change enough communities you can change the world. ~ Erin Gruwell
Next Meeting: May 1, 2018 7:00 pm
Location: MOCA Upper Hall
Menu: Light Snacks & beverage
Office: (1-4pm M-F)
6901 20 A Street SE
Calgary, AB T2C 0R5
Did you know: MOCA is part of the "This is My Neighborhood Project.
"This is My Neighbourhood (TIMN) was created to provide an opportunity for residents to partner with The City to identify ways to help make their neighbourhood an even better place to live, work and play." ~City of Calgary
Next AGM: October 2018
2086 69 Avenue SE
2734 76 Avenue SE
President- Rick Smith
Vice Chair- Ray Jasper
Treasurer- Pieter van Lindenberg
Secretary/ SEC CRC Liaison- Deanna Wylie
Facilities Chair- Mike Berger
Civic Affairs Chair- Ray Jasper
Human Resources- Lorraine Robinson & Ray Jasper
Director- Paula Woolley
Director- Hilarie Brock
Millican-Ogden is one of the oldest communities in Calgary. It is named after the Millican family, homesteaders who settled in the area in the early 1900s, and I.G. Ogden, the former Vice-President of the Canadian Pacific Railway. With the construction of the Ogden Shops in 1912 – 1913, the area gained the distinction of being the only CPR repair shop between Winnipeg and Vancouver.
Millican-Ogden is located in the SE, and, due to its long history, is home to several vintage homes including the historic Ogden Hotel now known as the Victory Centre. The area also contains public and separate schools, numerous restaurants and strip malls. In addition, there is plenty of open space in the area, particularly in the Bow River Valley.
Your Community Association is made up of dedicated volunteers committed to ensuring a high quality of life in and around Millican Ogden. You can check the website regularly to keep tabs on the news and events that might affect you. Millican Ogden Community Association maintains a diverse mandate. We comment on all building development applications, run sports and recreation programs, publish a newsletter and website, and still find the time to run an expanding list of social events. Each year, our voice grows, and so to does our voice in civic affairs.