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Warman, SK

The Hometown Spotlight Series will take an in-depth look into the communities and people that make our province great!  Special guests from each community will be recognized at the game along with video highlights on what makes their community unique. 

Warman, Saskatchewan will be featured on Saturday, January 18th  as the Rush host the Colorado Mammoth on Co-op Field at SaskTel Centre in Saskatoon, SK.

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Are you with a team or group looking to raise money this year? Register for the Mosaic Fundraising program and you'll receive $8 from every ticket you sell in your community.  Each group will receive a personalized web-link to send out to their database and social media. Volunteers won't need to handle tickets or money, the link collects each transaction, and a cheque will be sent by mail to each group following their game. For more info email

Edgar Bergen: Edgar Bergen has lived in the City of Warman for 50 years, and in that time has coached sports, served on various boards and committees, including the Lions Club, and help establish the Warman Diamond Rodeo.

Calvin Bruneau: Calvin Bruneau has lived in Warman his entire life. He’s a 20+ year employee with the City of Warman, and demonstrates leadership in the operation of the recreation facilities. In 2017 he received the Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association Facility Operators Award.

Andrew Forsberg: Andrew Forsberg has been a Warman resident for 22 years. Andrew is a full-time student who volunteers with his church, is active with his university drama group, and serves as a role model to the community’s youth. In 2016 he was named Youth of the Year.

John Giesbrecht: Volunteering is a way of life for John Giesbrecht, who has spent numerous years volunteering for the Warman Diamond Rodeo, Warman Diamond Area, and with various sports teams.

Gord Martens: A resident for 29 years, Gord Martens is an entertainer, wowing crowds with music and singing, and for the past 10 years has worked closely with Santa Claus during the Christmas season.

Denaye Merz: Denaye Merz has lived in Warman for 13 years. She is passionate about the community, and strives for kids’ inclusion with hockey, ball, soccer and cheer. In 2016, Denaye was named Citizen of the Year.

Gord Thompson: For 43 years, Gord Thompson has called Warman home. He’s the former fire chief and has volunteered for the housing authority, the Lions, various sports associations, Warman street naming committee and the history book committee.

Mayor Sheryl Spence (was not able to join us tonight) has lived in Warman for 37 years. She’s been Warman’s Mayor for 14 years and has served on Council for 20 years. In 2006 she was named Citizen of the Year.