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  • CFRY

    Ashern Breaks 20k In Donations

    CFRY Most Promising Performer winner Madeline Nickel jan312015CFRY Most Promising Performer winner Madeline Nickel with Co-host Travis Roberts.

    It came as no surprise that the community of Ashern came together last night to raise $20,675 during the CFRY Radio Amateur Talent Show night. Not only was it an evening filled with generosity but the talent that graced the stage was also top-notch. Receiving recognition for their accomplishments included Charmaine and Dakota Monk who performed a duet and were awarded 3rd spot by the judges, receiving $25. In the runner-up position was Courtney Granberg who used her singing to wow the crowd and get $50. Then taking 1st from the judges along with being recognized as CFRY's Most Promising Performer was 15-year-old Madeline Nickel who played guitar and sang. She also received $100 for coming in 1st.

    The other highlight of the night was a late donation coming just moments before midnight as Charmaine and Dakota Monk were pledged $4,000, giving them the edge in money raised on the evening. All the funds will be going towards repairing the roof at the Ashern Arena along with some facility upgrades. Those who wish to still donate can do so by sending a cheque made payable to Ashern Arena Board, Box 576 Ashern Manitoba, R0C 0E0. Pledges can also be dropped off at the Noventis Credit Union Ashern Branch. All donations must be in by February 9th.

    25.00 talent winner Charmaine and Daktota Monk jan3120153rd Place talent winner Charmaine and Daktota Monk

    50.00 Talent winner Cortney Granberg with Jody Oversby jan3120153rd Place Talent winner Cortney Granberg with Jody Oversby

    Portage's Most Huggable Man

    Round IV is over, the round most popular round yet with over 700 votes! With an amazing 50% of that vote, Darren Woolley of the Portage Co-op is off to the final!

     

     

    Darren

    We expect the fifth and final round to be a good one. Voting goes until 11am on Monday and then the finals will be on!

     

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    We Want To Read To You!

    I LOVE TO READ

    February is I Love To Read Month and schools from across the province will be celebrating by taking some extra time to channel their inner bookworm and find a new passion for reading.  Some will also be looking for guest readers to help them through the next 4 weeks, and that's where we come in!  If you would like an announcer from Country 93 to stop by your classroom or event to read simply email us by clicking This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .  Just include your name, school or event and any other information we may need.

    Portage's Most Huggable Man - Round IV

    Round III is over and it was our closest yet. With 24% of the vote, Coty Councilor Ryan Espey just barely won and moved on to the final with Geno Romanow (round 2 winner) and Kyle Pettinger. (round 1 winner) 

    Ryan Espey

     

    Now it's time for Round IV - People nominated by email or Facebook Messages. Voting will go until 11am on Friday for this round. Good Luck!

     

     

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    Fisher Branch Talent Show Nets Big Numbers

     Keara Barret Travis Roberts jan242015CFRY Most Promising Performer Keara Barrett with Travis Roberts

    The town of Fisher Branch enjoyed some great live music last night as they hosted the CFRY Radio Amateur Talent Show. A total of 15 performers took to the stage to show their chops and give the crowd something to cheer at. It was another great success as they raised over $17,000 for sewer system upgrades at the Rec Centre and irrigation at the golf course.

    Taking home the prized CFRY Most Promising Performer Award was 11-year-old Keara Barrett as she sang a total of 3 songs, rounding out her night with Adele's "Rolling In The Deep." Other performers who were recognized included Perry Ross and MacKenzie Marks taking top spot in the "Live Music" category, while Cassidy Gauthier won in the "Karaoke" division. Both received $100 for their performance. Thanks to all of those who supported the evening, and for anyone looking to donate the address can be found below.

    Fisher Branch Recreation Centre
    Box 461
    Fisher Branch, MB
    R0C 0Z0

    For last week's talent show click HERE.

     

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