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The Swift Current United Way has seen growing support for the Day of Caring project and the initiative will soon transition into a year-round opportunity for workplace volunteer teams to give a helping hand to non-profit community organizations.

The first graduates from the Saskatchewan Collaborative Bachelor of Science in Nursing (SCBScN) program in Swift Current received their nursing pins during a ceremony at Walker Place, June 2.

Doc’s Town will open for the season on Sunday, June 18.

The City of Swift Current proclaimed the week of June 11 to 17 as Refugee Awareness Week and local organizations are hoping it will help to make residents more aware of the plight of refugees as well as the presence of refugees in the city.

Wednesday, 07 June 2017 09:12

2017 Frontier Days Ambassador is crowned

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The Swift Current Agricultural and Exhibition Association is pleased to announce the 2017 Frontier Days Ambassador is Brooklynn Becker.

The City of Swift Current wishes to advise property owners and residents that the Water Security Agency has issued a Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory (PDWA) to properties located south of and including Hayes Drive in Swift Current. This PDWA is effective immediately. Generally, PDWAs remain in place for 48 – 72 hours if water samples are favourable.

The local Swift Current Regional Safety Committee took on a challenge in hosting the 20th Anniversary NAOSH Luncheon on Monday, May 29, at the Eagles Hall from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Organizers could not be more pleased with the outcomes of the 29th Annual Southwest Crisis Services Duck Derby and 50/50 Raffle.

In recognition of the importance of Saskatchewan’s recreation, leisure and parks, the Government of Saskatchewan has once again proclaimed June as “Recreation & Parks Month” in Saskatchewan and the City of Swift Current has proclaimed June 4 – 10 as Recreation & Parks Week.  

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