Long-time Swift Current resident Marie Nodge celebrated her 100th birthday on Jan. 8 by enjoying some coffee and cake with visitors and well-wishers, but she also continued a regular habit to go for a walk around the retirement complex, which took her about 20 minutes.

Great Plains College, in partnership with Southwest Literacy Committee, will celebrate Family Literacy Day on Jan. 26.

The entire board and staff of the Swift Current & District Chamber of Commerce have completed their training and certification to receive their Safe Places – Youth Certified cards.

On Monday January 29, Lyndon Linklater from the Office of the Treat Commission, will host a round-table entitled "Creating Dialogue and Opportunity between Indigenous Organizations and Community Partners" in the afternoon from 1:15 p.m. until 3 p.m. in Room 110 at Great Plains College (129 2nd Ave. N.E.).

Monday, 22 January 2018 06:18

CMHA Alberta south region ready for (busy) 2018

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The Canadian Mental Health Association Alberta south region are gearing up for a busy new year this January.

The West Wind Gymnastics Club is summersaulting into action this January as they host the Battle at the Bridge Invitational.

Students from a prominent department at the Medicine Hat College created a bit of history Jan. 12 when they hosted a fundraiser at the Erseman Theatre and Caféteria. 

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