Strong Lady, Good Mama, Community Involvement = Eagle Applause


Amanda Polsfut is a great friend who would do anything for anyone. She has a very demanding job as an Outreach Co-ordinator at Southwest Crisis Services, a Beaver leader, plays Redneck Betties Roller Derby, and recently took part in the rally to restore funding to libraries, including Swift Current's,  for that she gets' this weeks' eagle applause for Schultz's Ranch Country Meats in Morse. 

Keep up the good work Amanda!!

Marking A Milestone


In 1967 a group was formed that would today become what is known as the Swift Current Allied Arts Council. That's 50 years ago and that's 50 years of bringing incredible music and entertainment to Swift Current. To mark this momentous milestone the AAC is holding a 50th anniversary gala at the Sky Centre this Saturday, May 27.  The evening will include cocktails, a plated dinner, dancing, a preview of the 2017 Stars For Saskatchewan line up, and much more. Tickets are available at the Living Sky Casino box office or online at

Congratulations to the Swift Current Allied Arts Council as you celebrate your 50th anniversary in 2017. 


Steve Likes To Keep Our City Sightly


Maybe you've seen him as you've driven around Swift Current. A man, often with his dogs, out cleaning along the roads, highways, and bi-ways in the city. Picking up garbage and debris. Doing his part to clean up our city. That man is Steve Fitzpatrick and for that he gets this weeks' Eagle Applause for Schultz's Ranch Country Meats in Morse. 

Steve says he does it because he loves Swift Current and it's his way of helping keep our community looking good. Thank you Steve and keep up the good work!!



Win Your Way To Long Days Night & Windscape Kyte Festivals

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They`re two of Swift Current`s biggest and most anticipated annual events. The Long Days Night Music Festival and Windscape Kyte Festival.This year`s run from June 22 - 25 and the Eagle has ticket packages and passes to give away for both!!

Be listening for details and how you can win them in June. 

Bev The Babysitter Gets' This Weeks' Eagle Applause


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When her neighbors need a babysitter for their little dog Maggie, Bev Lewis always steps up and looks after Maggie like her own dog, whether it be for one day or several and for that she gets this weeks' Eagle Applause for Schultz's Ranch Country Meats in Morse.

Bev says she loves animals, has pets of her own and enjoys taking care of Maggie whenever needed. Thank you Bev for caring about the four legged fur babies and keep up the good work!!




Friday Night Fuse Party For The Kids

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(poster courtesy Lyric Theatre Facebook page)

Calling all kids and families to the Lyric Theatre for the Fuse Kids Party this Friday, May 12. It runs from 7-10 and should be fun for all. Get your tickets in advance and if there are any left they'll be available at the door Friday night. All proceeds will go to the Lyric Theatre 

Golfing For Dorie's House

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Char and Betty from Dorie's House/SWYES stopped by the Eagle morning show Tuesday. 

The first ever charity golf tournament for Dorie's House/Southwest Youth Emergency Shelter is being held this Friday, May 12 at Elmwood Golf & Country Club. It's a shotgun start at 1pm and the format is 18 hole Texas scramble. Register by callling Sheldon at Elmwood 306-778-4653. The cost is $70 for Elmwood members and $100 for non-members. All proceeds will go to Dorie's House, in support of at risk youth. 


Laura Helps Keep The Community Clean


Swift Current is a beautiful city with great parks, paths, neighborhoods and more. One of the nicest things about our city is the Swift Current Creek that winds it's way throught the community. 

For the past several weeks Laura Siever has dedicated much time and energy to cleaning up and picking up along the creek to help keep it beautiful and the awesome amenity it is for our city. For that she gets' this weeks' Eagle Applause for Schultz's Ranch Country Meats in Morse. 

Laura also wants to encourage people to properly dispose of their garbage and recycling and help keep the creek beautiful for all to enjoy. Keep up the great work Laura!!!


Duck Derby One Month Away

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(Laura Beddome of Southwest Crisis Services stopped by the Eagle morning show Thursday)

It is one of Southwest Crisis Services biggest annual fundraisers and it's just one month away, the annual duck derby in conjunction with Innovation Credit Union's picnic in the park on Sunday, June 4 at 4pm.

Tickets can be purchased online at, Innovation Credit Union, or on Thursdays, Fridays,& Saturdays at the Pioneer Coop from members of the Kiwanis Club. You can buy one duck for $10 or 3 for $20. You can also purchase 50-50 raffle tickets with over $6,400 in prizes up for grabs.

All proceeds go to supporting children, youth, and adults in the region who are overcoming the trauma of violence and abuse. 


A Lasting Legacy For Lac Pelletier


Lac Pelletier is a special place for John Froese. He was raised in the area, and he and his family spent much time camping there over the years. John then became a cabin owner at the park and also served on the cabin owners association for many years. For all that Lac Pelletier has meant to John and his family he wanted to give something back. John recently built a red river cart, using his own time and resources, that he's going to donate back to the park to be put on display as a lasting legacy to the place that has meant so much to him.

For that, John Froese gets' this weeks' eagle applause for Schultz's Ranch Country Meats in Morse. What a great project and donation John!! is Westman's only source for community news and information such as weather and classifieds.