Your farm crew might win free KFC with the Grain Rush
After a long winter, you can finally get back in the field - and we'll be there with free food. It's the Grain Rush! Win free KFC for you and your seeding crew, simply by entering at one of our sponsor
The big event is coming up in July and tickets/passes/registration is available for you and your family now. It's the SASKATCHEWAN FESTIVAL OF WORDS! Check the podcasts on the right hand side of this page. It's Rob Carnie's interview with the Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Festival of Words, Donna Lee Howes. Donna Lee was recently in to tell us all about this year's festival. You'll find the festival website right HERE.
Wednesday, 08 May 2013 00:00
Our friend Matt Dominguez from Better Homes and Gardens - Signature Service Realty in Moose Jaw dropped into the 800 CHAB Morning Show this week to tell us about Soles4Souls.
Matt is asking us, during the month of May, to drop off our old, dirty sneakers, cleats, runners, boots and dress shoes at Better Homes and Gardens - Signature Service Realty OR at Murray GM. Soles4Souls recycles our shoes. In fact, in many cases, our shoes are simply shipped to countries around the world where people can't afford shoes at all. It's a wonderful charity and Matt Dominguez is doing wonderful things in our community. THANKS, MATT!
Congratulations To Our McCartney Chorus Winner!
Monday, 29 April 2013 00:00
Congratulations to Shayna Powell of Craven!! She "Beat The Box Office" and won tickets to Paul McCartney in Regina!! The rock and roll legend's "Out There" tour is coming to Mosaic Stadium Wednesday, August 14. Tickets went on sale Monday morning, and a few are still left at all Ticketmaster locations. Prices range from $35-$250.
Some students from Sacred Heart school in Moose Jaw star along with astronaut Chris Hadfield and Ed Robertson of the Barenaked Ladies - check it out!
Vote for St. Mary School!
Thursday, 11 April 2013 08:09
St. Mary School has a chance to win $500! The Grade 6/7 class, taught by Renee Mealing, submitted an anti-bullying video last fall, and the Red Cross has them as one of 10 finalists. Check out the video here and vote as much as you can!
"Thank You Moose Jaw"
Tuesday, 09 April 2013 16:30
Ryland Pashovitz (#35) has finished his AAA Generals career in Moose Jaw, and his parents wrote a wonderful "Thank You" note to our city - read below
Today as we drive down the road 2 hours from Saskatoon to Moose Jaw one last time, we say goodbye to our friends and team mates to attend the final AAA awards banquet for our son. It's hard to believe it's over it feels like just yesterday we were pulling into town for the first time with a truck load of all our sons belongings. To drop him off in the "friendly city" where we would leave him in your hands for the next 2 hockey seasons! We had no idea what to expect, but his experience there has been above and beyond anything we could have ever imagined! You couldn't have made him feel more welcome or at home! What a treat to get to break in Mosaic Place!! Every hockey player should be so lucky!
It is with great gratitude that we say "Thank you" to all the many people that had a part in our sons Midget hockey career. The Moose Jaw Generals, treated our son with so much respect and helped him grow and develop so much as a hockey player but more importantly as a person. There are so many people to thank in our 2 years with the team, Coach Ray, Assistant coach Jeremy , video trainer Darwin, trainer John our equipment team Kevin and Chris and also Fern, Thank you staff for your leadership and support! The list goes on... to all the many, many generous volunteers, from the scorekeepers to the great music played to get the boys pumped for the games..to Dave and Cathy for sitting at the entrance game after game, THANK YOU to absolutely everyone and anyone that took on a volunteer job during the hockey season, so we parents could just sit and enjoy, we appreciate the time you took out of your busy lives for the Generals! Not only were you volunteers but also our greatest fans! To the other families, we were so fortunate to have met you and it was a privilege to share this the experience with your boys. Good times! We loved
Kape S Kape
Tuesday, 02 April 2013 13:37
Have you heard about "Kape S Kape"? It's a brand new, all season resort on the North Shores of Buffalo Pound Lake, just north of Moose Jaw. Long-time, local educators Kerry Kirkpatrick and her husband Mark Albert are ready to host you and your family for good times at Buffalo Pound.
"We still have about 20 booths we'd like to fill", said Focus on Trade Coordinator Krista Olafson when she visited with our Rob Carnie. Focus on Trade is coming up April 27 and 28 at the Moose Jaw Ford Curling Centre. More info? E-mail:
Prince Arthur Centennial
Friday, 15 March 2013 13:26
Moose Jaw's Prince Arthur School is celebrating its centennial in 2013. Yes, it was built 100 years ago, in 1913. Now, staff and students at "P.A." are hoping former teachers and students will get in touch and share memories, photos, yearbooks and take part in the celebrations which are slated to take place on the May long weekend.
Teacher Suzanne Vance joined Rob Carnie on The Heartland at Noon to deliver the details. Listen to the interview by clicking on it...on the right hand side of this page.
Festival Of Words.mp3
Lt. Col. Lyle Johnson - A
Jeff Beesley - Super Meat
Kape S Kape.mp3
Ask The Mayor - March 201
MP Ray Boughen.mp3
Prince Arthur Mrs. Vance.
Ryder White Canadian Fram
Radiothon Announcement 20
Ask The Mayor - Feb 2013.
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