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A new faith-based residential program to empower teenage girls is opening its doors in southwest Saskatchewan.

The activities of a variety of community programs in southwest Saskatchewan during 2016 will benefit from funding provided by the Swift Current United Way.

Wednesday, 23 December 2015 11:12

Many thanks as 2015 comes to a close

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The end of the year is typically a period of reflection. A chance to look back and get some perspective on the last 12 months, after all, it goes by at the speed of life.

The Junior Achievement Southern Alberta (Medicine Hat and area) program got a nice shot in the arm recently after earning a healthy cheque at the fourth quarter 100 Women Who Care Medicine Hat meeting at the Desert Blume Clubhouse Dec. 7.

Former NHL and Swift Current Broncos player Sheldon Kennedy, who has become a prominent advocate for child abuse prevention and education, will be the keynote speaker at the Swift Current United Way’s annual campaign kickoff breakfast.

Have you ever had to stay in the hospital? Unfortunately for some, a hospital stay is a regular occurrence. There are quite a number of people who have had at least a stay or two in their lives.

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