A Brewed Awakening Blast!!

A and E

Beth BA

Fire dep

We had a great time with day 1 of Brewed Awakenings on Tuesday.  We cruised the community and gave away Tim Hortons coffee and timbits to folks including the hard working guys of the grounds crew at Kinetic Exhibition Park and the city of Swift Current Fire Department. 

We're going to do it again on Thursday and we might be hooking you up with a Brewed Awakening from our friends at Tim Hortons!!

A Wee Bonny Bash This Saturday!!


John Leyshon stopped by the Eagle last week to tell us about Robbie Burns Night. 

It'll be a Scottish bash this Saturday, January 21 at the Swift Current Legion Hall with the annual Robbie Burns night celebration. The Green Braes Pipes and Drums band will be entertaining with traditional Scottish music and dance. The evening will also feature dinner and the piping in of the Haggis. The event is family friendly and all ages are welcome. Tickets are $35 for adults, $17 for under 12 and available at Vision Care Clinic.



A Reward For A Warrior

Alicia EA

(Alicia, centre, with her late father Mike and mother Char)

A few years ago Alicia Elmgren was diagnosed with cancer and since that time has battled the disease and fought hard against it. Her friends describe her as a warrior...A chemo warrior who just recently finished her 64th chemo therapy treatment. She has also been an active fundrasier in the fight against cancer through events like the Relay For Life. For many years she was a hair stylist bringing out the beauty in others. 

Alicia, for being the warrior you are in the fight against get this week's Eagle Applause for Schultz's Ranch Country Meats in Morse.


Plans Underway For 5th Annual Carharts & Caviar

Dining table 1

(this beautiful dining table was one of the pieces at last years event)

Great Plains College is making preparations for one of their biggest annual events. The 5th annual Carharts & Caviar will be held March 2. Tickets are now on sale at the Swift Current campus and if you get them before february 18 they're $35.

The evening features beautiful metal artwork made by the welding department that people can bid on and it serves as a fundraiser for the department. There's also food, drink and entertainment and is a great evening and a way to support GPC. 

It sells out so don't wait, get your tickets today. 

The Mitchell Mashup!!

Kim Mitchell

Legendary Canadian rocker Kim Mitchell plays the Sky Centre on Saturday, February 4 and the Eagle wants to send you.

Starting January 23 be listening for the "Mitchell Mashup". We`ll play you clips of some of his biggest hits. If you can tell us what they are, we`ll enter you in a draw to win tickets to the show!!

The draw date is February 1 and we could be sending you to this rockin`show!! Be listening starting January 23 for your chance to win with the Eagle 94.1...Swift Current`s rock radio. 




We Resolve To Give More Stuff Away!!!

Beth and Ken TTTT

Beth and I had a meeting just before the new year to come up with our Eagle new years rockin resolution and we both agreed giving more stuff away was it!!

Starting this Friday we're going to play this monster wreaked mayhem and give away a pair of tickets to the Monsters & Mayhem Monster Trucks at the Canalta Centre in Medicine Hat on Saturday, February 4. We'll give you some clues about a legendary monster and if you can tell us who it is the tickets will be yours.

Beginning the week of January 16 we're getting together with Tim Hortons for something called Brewed Awakenings. Look for Beth and I out and about in the community giving away Timmys coffee, donuts, and timbits to hard working people to help warm them up on these cold winter days!!

Legendary Canadian rocker Tom Cochrane rocks the Canalta Centre in the Hat on Thursday, March 9 and we've got tickets. We'll give you a chance to win your way there in the weeks to come. All that plus Bronco Family Fun Zone packs before every home game!!

We wanna help you have a rockin 2017 by giving away more stuff and it's gonna be fun!!



Looking for something to do for New Years Eve?


New Years Eve is tomorrow, and there are some great events going on around the southwest. Check out the list below!


1) New Years Even Family Drop-in Party

  • 4:00-8:30 PM
  • Walker Place Gym- Entrance
  • Great for families with young children! Horse drawn sleigh rides, face painting, DJ, Art wall, great activies for kids!
  • For more information call 773-6160

2) Gull Lake Kinsmen and Kinettes New Year's Eve Casino Night

  • 6-10 PM
  • Gull Lake Rec Complex
  • Doors open at 6, play goes from 7-10. Auction, dance, prizes and lots of fun! 
  • Call Brittany at 671-7732


3) Good Tyme Dance Club

  • 8 pm
  • Walker Place
  • Music provided by Country Strings. Midnight lunch.
  • call Len at 773-3457 for details

4) Living Sky Casino Night at the Movies

  • All Evening
  • Living Sky Casino
  • Live preformance by ARTIME on the Lounge Stage preforming classic movie scores.

No matter what you do for New Years, remember to find a safe ride home at the end of the evening. From all of us at The Eagle, Happy New Year!


Remembering The Bronco Bus Crash

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(photo courtesy

This Friday will mark the 30th anniversary of that tragic day in 1986 when the Broncos bus crashed just east of the city on it's way to Regina for a game with the Pats. The crash killed Trent Kresse, Scott Kruger, Chris Mantyka, and Brent Ruff. A special ceremony is being held Friday around 12:00pm at the sight of the crash east of the city where a memorial will be unveiled to honor those lives lost on that tragic day. People are being asked to be there by 11. The days events will continue Friday night with a special pregame ceremony at the Bronco game vs. Saskatoon, that will include 34 family members of the four players who died on the ice before the game. 

People are being asked to get their tickets in advance and arrive early for the pregame ceremony. go to for tickets or call the Stable at 306-773-1509. 


A Lasting Tribute Gets Bill This Weeks Eagle Applause

Wild Billy

One of the darkest days in Swift Current's history was the Bronco bus crash 30 years ago that took the life of 4 young hockey players.

On December 30, a memorial is going to be unveiled at the site of the crash east of the city. Bill Lee has been a driving force behind getting this lasting tribute established and for that reason he gets this weeks Eagle Applause for Schultz's Ranch Country Meats in Morse. Great job Bill. 

Merry Christmas to all. 

Shining a light on Kidsport in Swift Current

SWT has chosen 3 charities in Swift Current to shine a light on and with your votes, one of them will receive $5000 to go towards their organization.

You can VOTE for your favourite charity before end of December on SC Online link.  


Kidsport helps make sure that all children in our community have a chance to play in organized sports.  They are a provincial organization and raise money from corporate and pesonal donations from the community.  Every dollar that is raised goes towards funding kids who's families can't afford to get them into sports and stays in our community.

This year they have helped close to 164 kids and provided $46,000 funding to local sporting organizations to help kids get involved in sports in our community.

They starts Kidsport Chapter in Swift Current back in 1996 and since then have raised over $500,000.00 and helped over 3,000 kids play sports & families really appreciate the help that Kidsport provides to keep their kids active and enjoying sports. 

There are several organizations that they support like hockey, baseball, archery, swimming and so many more and they are all available at Citywide Registration where the community can find out more about Kidsport and their services and how to apply.

Their belief is that all kids deserve to have a chance to play sports.  They work with local organizations to assist to get those kids into the rinks, pools & gumnasiums in Swift Current.

If you would like to know more about Kidsport or make donation check out their website.

You can VOTE for Kidsport to receive the $5000 donation from SWT and have up until Dec 31st, 2016. 
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