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Come together, make a difference and raise awareness for bullying prevention, mental health, and youth empowerment! The 1st Annual Country Music Benefit Concert (Manitoba) for No Time for That Anti-Bullying Society is Thursday, June 8th at The Metropolitan Entertainment Centre. Performances by Elsie Morden, Sierra Noble, Keith Macpherson, Kayla Luky, and Quinton Blair! Plus appetizers, refreshments, music trivia by Kenny Byrka, guest speakers, prizes and more! Tickets $50 for adults, $25 for students. Proudly supported by QX 104!
The country music benefit concert is a fantastic opportunity for artists, businesses, corporations, and all community members to come together and make a difference.
Performances by Manitoba's award winning singer-songwriters Elsie Morden, Sierra Noble, Keith Macpherson, Kayla Luky, and Quinton Blair.
Featuring Kids Help Phone, Mood Disorders Association of Manitoba, Obby Khan (former Winnipeg Blue Bomber, owner of Shawarma Khan and Green Carrot), True North Youth Foundation’s Project 11, Dan Wischnewski (author), Matt Young, Keith Macpherson (life coach), and Courtney Mandock (Miss Manitoba World 2017).
Venue Sponsor: The Metropolitan Entertainment Centre
Media Sponsor: QX104
Emcee: Boss Lady Leanne Cater from QX104
Appetizers, refreshments, silent auction, raffle, music trivia by Kenny Byrka, performances by local students.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/658528261001655/
The No Time for That Anti-Bullying Society’s “No Time for That” Tour (registered Canadian charity), began when founder, Elsie Morden, started visiting local schools free of charge during her senior year of high school. A victim of severe bullying herself, Elsie, who lives with depression and an anxiety disorder, tells her stories and experiences, and performs songs that she has written, which all relate to bullying, mental health awareness, and how to overcome tough times. So far, we have visited 500 schools across Canada.
All proceeds from this benefit concert will ensure that the No Time for That Anti-Bullying Society’s “No Time for That” Tour can continue to visit schools free of charge empowering Canadian youth.