1. SSCOPE’s next Live Friday event is February 22, featuring The B-Side Apostles, Larry Updike and Greg Glatz. It’s a can’t miss event. They always bring their entertainment value “A-Game”. The evening starts at 6:45 pm, with Larry and Greg at approximately 7:45 pm.
Larry Updkike (l) and Greg Glatz, The B-Side Apostles, who will be playing Friday February 22th at SSCOPE’s Treasures Thrift Store Stage at 7:45 pm approx.
2. SSCOPE now accepting membership and employment applications for our spring through fall season, April 1 through October 31, with new initiatives and expanded programs, as SSCOPE keeps growing to service the needs of the community and help our member employees progress in their lives. Please contact Madelyne Ellis at 204-987-6300 to book an appointment or email “firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s the link for the May 5th Winnipeg Free Press coverage about Rockin’ the Bridge Street Party and Festival 2012 for SSCOPE and mental health. A detail schedule of events and performance time will be published on this website and SSCOPE’s Facebook page on May 11. Take note: the Celebrity Look Alike Contest and the Pulp Fiction Jack Rabbit Slims Twist contest redux will take place mid afternoon, the 5k Walk/Run/Bike fund raiser for mental health and SSCOPE will start at 9:30 am from 1466 Arlington St. Live Music starts at 11:00 am with the last performance starting at approximately 9:00. Just added to the performance lineup is Greg Crowe and The Scarlet Union.
You can view the latest Rockin’ the Arlington Bridge news release in pdf doc form by clicking HERE
With two Music Stages, a full Thrift Store, many related events and fun all day, our third year is shaping up to be the best ever. Even before it happens, we need to thank all the Manitoba Musicians and Performers who are coming on their own time and dime to support SSCOPE and our cause of helping people cope and recover from mental health problems by providing meaningful employment options. Wonderful support. Thank you!
In 2011 we received 145 new applications for employment, while already employing 150 individuals over the year. The need is real. We ask for your support by coming out on Saturday May 26 and joining with us at our Rockin’ the Bridge 2012 Festival and Street Party for fun, frolic and most importantly for mental health and SSCOPE’s continued development to serve the need better.
Update: Since the news release, we’ve had a cancellation from Azariah Paris because of a job move, however, we added Greg Crowe and The Scarlet Union at the same time.