7th Annual Delkalb Super Spiel

World Class Curling..........Small Town Hospitality

That's on show this weekend in Morris and Rosenort at the Dekalb Super Spiel.  It's the 7th Super Spiel which is boasting increased team entries and an overall prize pot of almost 70 thousand dollars.  Jayme Giesbrecht was amoung the crowd in Rosenort which showed off curling in the Rosenort Arena for the very first time.  She was welcome by "non-radio" Al Friesen, who helped coordinate the volunteer team in Rosenort

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Lebanon Pastor Speaks at Canadian Food Grains Bank Banquet

Manitoba Farmers and Canadian Food Grains bank supporters had a chance to get a perspective of one of our world's current tragedies, and at the same time, hear from someone who experiences first hand, the good work being done by Canadian Food Grains Bank.  Jihad Haddad, is a pastor in a church in Lebanon. Canadian Food Grains Bank invited him to Canada to speak at a series of banquets to tell us how the money is used that the grow projects raise. Jihad also joined the CFAM Morning show

Jahid's presentations included events, Tuesday in Winkler at the Winkler Mennonite Church, Wednesday in Winnipeg at the Fort Garry Fellowship Church and Thursday in Brandon at Bethel Christian Assembly


Addiction Awareness Week


Each year, the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse joins organizations across the country in observing National Addictions Awareness Week. Led nationally by Canadian Centre Substance Abuse, National Addictions Awareness Week highlights issues and solutions to help address alcohol- and other drug-related harm. It provides an opportunity for Canadians to learn more about substance abuse​​ prevention, to talk about treatment and recovery, and to bring forward solutions for change. In conjunction with National Addictions Awareness Week, an information session called “It Takes A Village: Protecting our Youth from Substance Abuse”, was held last night at the W.C Miller collegiate in Altona. The goal of this event was to provide parents with information to help their children choose a drug-free lifestyle, and to provide strategies for those who are already using. This event was open to parents, community youth workers or anyone who cares about young people. Today we were blessed to have Tracy Nickel a recovering alcoholic in the studio to tell us a bit about her journey with addiction. Tracy continues her recovery by helping others in a similar situation, she invites anyone with addiction to contact her through facebook or on a personal basis if you know her. Tracey will be setting up a page soon as well. Tracy is dedicated to helping others and has just taken on a new role helping youth with addiction within southern Manitoba.


A Story For The Season


Everyone has a SPECIFIC favorite Christmas carol, by a specific artist. And we would love to play it for you! A Story For the Season is a feature that lets YOU call in your favorites, and they will be played randomly  at 7 :10 and at 11:00 AM every day between November 24th and December 20th.

Call in your favorite song and artist at 1-800-285-4159!

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