Sigh. Dreaded Raccoon Eyes.
A weekend full of outdoor events - golfing - slo-pitch tournament - and Candace has a spectacular pair of "raccoon eyes".
Here's her selfie:
Ok, maybe it's not so bad after all...
But seriously - it was severe enough to make a public appeal for help.
On another ball field in Swift Current - the Mosquito AA Indians Baseball team successfully defended their Provincial title on Sunday! CONGRATS! (Photo via Head Coach Derek Murdoch's Twitter page.)
The Tribe is on a roll!
So - the Swift Current Indians have been swinging some hot bats lately.
Last night, new player Eric Sams (https://twitter.com/Esams10) hit a MONSTER homerun vs the Moose Jaw Miller Express...
Check out the footage here, from Snowstreaker Media on Tribe TV:
Eric Sams Monster Homerun July 8, 2014
The Tribe are in action again tonight & tomorrow night at HOME - 7:05pm each night - tonight, vs Saskatoon and tomorrow, vs Regina.
PS. If you see Luke Barry, #5 for the Indians, wish him a Happy Birthday! He's celebrating today!
Ain't THAT the truth?!
Seriously though - take some precautions if you're out in the heat. Candace went golfing yesterday at Elmwood Golf Club and her legs (and arms and face) are just at littttttle bit pink today.
Today's UV index calls for 9 - ever wonder exactly what Environment Canada means when they're talking about that?
Look no further!
There - the mystery is solved. Let's avoid situations like this:
Also - don't forget to hydrate well, because Groovin' In The Park with the City's Community Services department - tonight's activity is at 7pm at Elmwood Park, featuring Foot Stompin' Fitness presented by Speedy Creek Cloggers.
Thursday at 10am is Peripheral Heart Action Body Burn.
Stay sun safe!
Century Celebration at the Airport
CENTURY CELEBRATION AT THE AIRPORT!
Come out on Thursday, July 10th at Swift Current Airport for Centennial Celebrations.
The local Southwest Flying Club is hosting the arrival of Century Flight Club, a group of aircraft completing a cross-Canada journey.
The aircraft will be arriving throughout the day and local flying club is hosting an evening banquet with entertainment and a cash bar (advance purchase only).
STARS will be there as well with a model plane and you can purchase tickets for their Lottery.
Airplane rides for kids (12-17 years old) will begin at 9:00am from the terminal building. A lunch BBQ will be held at the Craft Aviation hangar. Various aircraft will be on display, including a vintage Tiger Moth bi-plane arriving from Saskatoon. Local car clubs and the model railway club have been invited to provide displays.
Remember to bring the camera!
For more details call the airport office at 306-778-4803
Everything you would like to know about Frontier Days
Are YOU ready to Saddle up for the Ride of a Century!
Thursday morning at 7am ~ W.W. Smith Insurance Centennial Breakfast at Market Square Courtyard and for $2.00 you get Pancakes, sausages, juice & coffee. Then at 8am Frontier Days kick-off Burning of the Frontier Days Brand! Entertainment from The Midnight Roses as well as Candace from the Morning Show will be Broadcasting Live.
We will be Broadcasting LIVE from the Sterling Trailers RV located on the grounds during Frontier Days. Make sure to stop by and say hello and enter into the draws for some great prizes!
On Saturday at 10am it is the 2014 Swift Current Frontier Days Parade Round-up. We will be Broadcasting LIVE from the roof-top of Golden West Radio to get a great view of all the floats, marching bands, horsedrawn stage coach, cowboys & cowgirls and so many more entries.
THE PARADE ROUTE: Parade will start on 19th Ave N.E. (West entrance of the Credit Union i-plex North parking lot) then West on Chaplin St, North on 9th Ave N.E. (Elmwood Park) and then West on Herbert St (Swift Current Shrine Club Hall), South on Central Ave N (Post Office) and then East on Cheadle St (Subway) and South on 2nd Ave N.E. (Over pass) and West on McIntosh St (South end of St Joe's School) and South onto Central Ave S (Prairie Pioneer Lodge) and then Parade ends at Gibbs St (South end of the Palliser Regional Care Centre).
On Saturday there is a Centennal Homecoming 2014 Park & Ride Services available as well as Late Night Bus Service.
Hours for the Fair Grounds (North Gates) are: Thursday 4pm - 12:00am, Friday to Sunday 12 noon - 12:00am. The West & South Gates are open to public for the Livestock Shows. Admission into the Fair Grounds is $5.00 for Adults/Students, 10 and under if Free. You will be able to purchase Ride passes and concert tickets at the gates as well as inside the grounds.
Here is the link for the Schedule of Events during Frontier Days http://www.swiftcurrentex.com/FrontierDays/schedule/schedule.htm
Link for the Grandstand Performers http://www.swiftcurrentex.com/FrontierDays/grandstand/grandstand.htm
This weekends events around town
The Redneck Betties have their Ho' Down Show Down this Saturday at 7pm at the Iplex. You can get your tickets at Pharmasave. Come out for a great night!
On Saturday at the St John Ambulance Training Center at 610 Cheadle St W, they are having a Home Alone Program from 9:30-12noon. You can Pre-register by calling 306-773-8236 and is for school age children 9 & older. More details available on our Events Calendar.
Market Square's 2nd weekend on Saturday and hope that it will be dryer weather. The Swift Current Dog Park will have a booth for their Fundraising from 10am - 11am
Come down and check out their 'doggy kissing booth', for only $2 a smooch all funds go to the SCDP! They will also have a basket full of goodies donated by local businesses to raffle off. Also find out what's new with the development of the Dog Park!
Father's Day Weekend
Congratulations to Chrissy Lyngstad Dumont who won the $50 Gift Certificate for Boston Pizza! Here is Chrissy with her dad Sherman Lyngstad. Enjoy!
There are several options for Father's Day this weekend like Pancake Breakfasts, Drag Races, Soap Box Derby. Go to our Events Calendar to see more details. How about golfing, Dad's golf for FREE at Elmwood Golf Course when playing with their kids all day Sunday.
Fundraiser for Juvenile Arthritis
Had the pleasure of meeting Taiyha Reinhart and her family on Sunday at the Movie Matinee Fundraiser for Juvenile Arthritis. Taiyha is only 6 years old and suffers from Polyarticular Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. When I think of Arthritis, I think of myself as an adult feeling sore and stiff, without knowing that it can happen at any age and there many types of Arthritis. This past weekend was about raising awareness and money and they had 200 people that took in the movie matinee fundraiser and raised over $5300 for The Arthritis Society.
Here are some pictures from Kristin Reinhart (Taiyha's Mom) from the event and the walk that they did after the movie around the block as June 08th was Walk to Fight Arthritis.
The fight against Cancer continues this weekend
We all know someone who has been touched by cancer, and we wish there was more we could do to battle this awful disease. This weekend many of our friends and neighbors will be putting that wish into action at the 13th annual Swift Current "Relay for Life".
Arlene McKenzie is a cancer survivor and the events ceremonial chairperson. "We raised between $80,000 to $86,000 (last year) somewhere in that ball park and I think that's kind of the goal that we shoot for." 21 teams will be part of the event which starts tonight and runs into Sunday morning at Riverside Park. The evening starts with a BBQ and opening ceremony at 5:00 and events continue all thru the night. One of the most moving parts of the relay is the "Luminary Ceremony" at 10:30 where we remember those who have lost the fight against cancer. Magic 97 will be at the relay with the Summer Events Cruiser so make sure to stop by and say hello.
The Relay for Life is just one of many events happening in Swift Current and the southwest this weekend. There is also a special night at Speedy Creek Racing on Saturday celebrating Dad's and Kid's where you'll get a chance to get on the track and see the cars and drivers.
Where ever you go this weekend, take Magic 97 along. Stay safe and have fun!!
Camp Day with Clark Campbell
What a super morning for Camp Day in Swift Current!
We had our work experience student, Clark Campbell, from the Comp High School, joining us for the morning show today. He offers up his thoughts on hockey - Aerosmith - and Tim Horton's Camp Day!
L-R - Tim Horton's Owner Pete Fehr & Swift Current Mayor Jerrod Schaefer
L-R - Magic 97's Jess Vallee & Candace
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