Garrett Wood, a SSCOPE member for over 2 years and member of our moving, construction and snow shoveling crews, receiving his door prize, Friday night
“Jimmy” our current House cat who tests all the furniture for us to make sure it’s pet friendly
Treasures Thrift Store Stage, Friday night, before the lights go down, the intimate feeling develops, the seats are filled and the great sounds are heard.
Nicole Manaigre, SSCOPE first employee of the month for October. Nicole joined us 3 months ago, and has accepted increased work and responsibility to work in SSCOPE’s customer service, part-time, both morning and afternoon. She works alongside Yvette Chartrand, a long time SSCOPE employee member who was recently nominated for a Hero of Mental Health Award.
Jane Mercade and Nazar Abdoulhad, SSCOPE staff members, making preparation for the Live Friday night in the Food Services area, for Friday night.
Jack Grass and North of Texas
Tyler Fehr, a member at SSCOPE for over 3 years, helps willingly with every jobs we ask him to do. including responsibility for flyer distribution for Live Fridays.
Erika Dilka, a SSCOPE employee member for over 2 years, in the Treasures Thrift Store, where she works her regular shift on Friday afternoons
SSCOPE’s Treasures Thrift Store Cafe and Stage just before a recent event.
Stu Porteous, singer-songwriter, on stage, opening up Live Fridays at SSCOPE
Sean Keenahan, a 3 year SSCOPE member-employee, whose response to his promotion to Lead Hand for one of our City of Winnipeg snow shoveling crews, has been way over the top in all areas of the organization, and we are grateful to see him respond this way. Sean also volunteers on Live Friday’s helping manage the Food Services.
Elliott Cook, recently promoted to a Lead Hand position for the City of Winnipeg’s overnight snow shoveling crew