CKSW/CJSN Blog

We made Top 16... What's Next?

We made it into the Top 16 of Kraft Hockeyville last Saturday Night and the voting began. Our community came together, took to the interweb & telephone to vote numerous times to help us secure our place in the Top 4.

We have a story to tell, we are hockeyville, and we have witnessed many up's & down's as a team. It's now a waiting game to see who is announced as the Top 4 this Saturday, in the meantime let's continue to show our hockeyville spirit.

Bronco's play tomorrow night and they will be sporting their centennial jersey's. Mayor Jerrod Schafer challenges everyone to come out, pack the Plex, and wear your favorite hockey jersey. Puck drops at 7pm with pre-game show on the Eagle 94.1 at 6:30pm.

Marc Habsheid is a local guy with a big name in the hockey world. CHL Coach of the year, former NHL player & coach, he believes Swift Current is more than deserving to be named Kraft Hockeyville.

We had the Mayor on the morning show yesterday to rally support for Hockeyville in Swift Current.

For more information regarding Hockeyville and the next stages head to www.krafthockeyville.cbc.ca

Centennial/Frontier Days Ambassador Program

Lenora Bells and I went to the COMP H.S. Yesterday to speak with the students about the Centennial/ Frontier Days Ambassador Program.  Thank you ladies for coming out.

If you would like an application or know more please go to this link:

http://www.swiftcurrentex.com/FrontierDays/Youth%20Initiatives/FRONTIER%20DAYS%20AMBASSADOR.pdf

Frontier Days Ag & Ex Association and the City of Swift Current are searching for a Centennial Ambassador.
Applications are now being accepted for female and male contestants from the ages of 16–21
As an Ambassador you will be representing the City of Swift Current & Frontier Days.
You must be able to attend functions as Ambassador throughout the Crowning year (June 2014-July 2015)
Ambassador Program

SCLT Ticket Blitz

Swift Current Little Theatre is working hard on their spring production of Willow Road and the ticket blitz is tomorrow.

Director Ken Johnson was on the show and gives us some insight on the upcoming production.




Ticket blitz happens tomorrow and Nancy Richards has all the details...

Help Swift Current become Kraft Hockeyville

2014 is Swift Current's Centennial, the Bronco's are making a run for the East Division Champs, and local hockey is flourishing. The pieces could not fit better into this puzzle as our community makes a run at becoming Kraft Hockeyville.

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If Swift Current won Hockeyville there is a substantial prize of $100,000 which would go towards a permanent Broncos Tribute to the crash of 1986 which is long overdue.

Mayor Jerrod Schafer speaks on Swift Current's bid to becoming part of this phenomenal opportunity.



To join in with the community effort of turning Swift Current into Hockeyville 2014, here's how you can help:

  • Visit krafthockeyville.cbc.ca
  • Click FIND YOUR COMMUNITY
  • In the "City field, type SWIFT CURRENT
  • "Credit Union iPlex" will appear on the left
  • Click JOIN
  • Register an account by creating a DISPLAY NAME, entering your EMAIL ADDRESS and creating a PASSWORD

Bronco's Season coming to a close...

With nine games left in the regular season, the Swift Current Broncos have only five home games left.

Pastor Rob Winslow from the Restoration House Church is organizing a fan bus for this Friday nights game in Regina.

 

The Broncos won their game last night against the Regina Pats, so it should be an exciting game at the Brandt Centre tomorrow.

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Also this Saturday the Broncos play at home against the Hurricanes and one lucky fan will be going home with a Ford Mustang from Cypress Motors. Get your tickets by stopping by The Stable or calling 306-773-1509.


GO BRONCOS GO

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