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By Matthew Liebenberg
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It was a day of fun and entertainment, but behind it all was the desire to help find a cure for diabetes.

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Inspired by the all-time great women of song such as Ella Fitzgerald and Edith Piaf, Ontario native Jill Barber worked her way up from a shy, acoustic folkie to a confident touring artist.

Wednesday, 19 October 2011 16:31

Generous response to FCC food drive in Swift Current

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A generous response from Swift Current area schools and businesses resulted in the collection of more than 11,000 pounds of food items for the annual Farm Credit Canada (FCC) Drive Away Hunger food drive.


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Cypress Motors and Swift Current's Lyric Theatre will host a Drive One 4UR Community event to raise funds for Lyric Theatre, on October 22nd.

Thursday, 13 October 2011 10:31

Rick Hansen 25th Anniversary Relay deadline

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The Rick Hansen 25th Anniversary Relay will arrive in Swift Current on Feb. 13, 2012.  One of the most exciting benefits of hosting an End of Day Celebration for the Relay is the opportunity for our community to recommend the Final Community Participant who will carry the Rick Hansen Medal into our celebration.

Wednesday, 12 October 2011 16:32

Ripplinger will be in the Hat/Swift for book signing

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Henry Ripplinger, author of The Angelic Letter Series, will be in Medicine Hat and Swift Current for book signing sessions.
Ripplinger has published the first two books in the six-book series — Pewter Angels and Another Angel of Love. He hopes the third book will be ready for distribution early next spring.

Wednesday, 12 October 2011 15:53

Epp will read out loud at Write Out Loud

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Author and professor Roger Epp will be at the Lyric Theatre on Oct. 23 to read from his most recent work, We Are All Treaty People: Prairie Essays. Part of the Write Out Loud series at the theatre, the reading will also feature musical entertainment.

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