The Millrise Community Association is please to distribute the following invitation on behalf of the South Fish Creek Board of Directors

As a Partner of the South Fish Creek Recreation Association, our Board of Directors would like invite you to attend our Annual General Meeting, to be held on Thursday, November 20. The meeting commences at 7:00pm in the Bishop O’Byrne High School Theatre.

Guest Speakers will be Calgary Shaw MLA Cindy Ady, Ward 13 Alderman Dianne Colley Urquhart and City of Calgary representatives who will be on hand to discuss our Expansion Plans.

If you are not personally able to attend, we encourage you to pass this invitation onto representatives from your Association/Orgainization.

Please RSVP by email to Les Turner or phoning 403-201-8652. We hope you can attend.

Les Turner, General Manager
on behalf of the Board of Directors
South Fish Creek Recreation Association
100, 333 Shawville Blvd SE
Calgary, AB T2Y 4H3
Phone: 403-201-8652
Fax: 403-201-8657

If you haven't registered, please register today!

Click here to see flyer.

Space if filling up fast for this great opportunity to meet some of your peers and hear about their success in engaging citizens.

The Federation of Calgary Communities, along with our partners City of Calgary, Community and Neighbourhoods Services and Volunteer Calgary, would formally like to invite you to the community sustainability conference November 7 and 8th. The focus is on community engagement and will highlight a number of community success stories. The Honourable Lindsay Blackett will open Friday night and Alderman Pincott will open Saturday, November 8th with a presentation on "Painting Pavement". Friday night's keynote speaker is Merrill Cooper, principal with Guyn Cooper Research Associates Ltd. who has done a great deal of research and consulting with organizations like the Calgary Homeless Foundation and United Way. She will lead us through a presentation on community trends affecting Calgarians and how to use community development approaches to tackle things - it promises will be very informative and thought provoking. Saturday's workshops include Volunteer Management: moving residents from interest to volunteering, Mission based Governance and "Pop goes your event" engaging citizens through effective events. In addition, we will have a panel of community leaders over the lunch to share their successes. We do hope that you will able to make it. You can register at Cheers,

Leslie Evans,
Executive Director
Federation of Calgary Communities
301 1609 14th Street SW
Calgary, AB T3C 1E4
Phone: 403.244.4111 ext 201
Fax: 403.244-4129
e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Improving Neighbourhood Life in Calgary"

Rink Maintenance Complete - Ready for Skating Season!

Special THANK YOU!! to the Kinsmen Club of Calgary, City of Calgary Alderman Diane Colley-Urquhart, and all the other volunteers that showed up on November 15th, 2008 to help prep the rinks for another excellent upcoming season of skating.

A note to share from the club: On behalf of the Kinsmen Club of Calgary, I wish to thank you for your hospitality at yesterdays work party. I have recieved several emails from the Kinsmen who were there expressing what a fun time they had. These kinds of projects fit with our motto, "Serving the Communities Greatest Needs", and those that particapted feel pride in being able to help your Community finish the repairs to your hockey rink. Here are some photos of the team that helped out.

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Thanks to everyone who help make this the best out door rink facility in South West Calgary!

For more information about the Kinsmen Club, click here:

Click HERE for a note of thanks from the Board.

Upcoming Meetings

General Meeting

The next General Meeting is scheduled for:

Monday, November 5th, 2018
7:00 PM

Jet's Meeting Room
Cardel Rec South

#100 - 333 Shawville Blvd SE,
Calgary, AB T2Y 4H3

All current members are welcome.
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Do you love cold weather and clearing snow?  Better yet, have you always wanted to drive a Zamboni? 

We're the Millrise ice crew and we maintain the ice through the winter. The good news is that we have machines to do the heavy work and the work is extremely rewarding when we see kids active and skating. We're always looking for new volunteers. In October each year we begin our fall tune-up and we generally begin making ice in late November; please plan on coming down early in the year and get acquainted with the work.

Contact Info: Fred Burrill at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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