The Dr. Noble Irwin Regional Healthcare Foundation announced the estate of Roy Blanchard has once again come to the aid of health care.
The Swift Current Shriners made a donation of $25,000 to the campaign to raise funds to furnish and equip the new long-term care facility in the city.
A new faith-based residential program to empower teenage girls is opening its doors in southwest Saskatchewan.
The activities of a variety of community programs in southwest Saskatchewan during 2016 will benefit from funding provided by the Swift Current United Way.
The end of the year is typically a period of reflection. A chance to look back and get some perspective on the last 12 months, after all, it goes by at the speed of life.