February 2, 2012 To build on last year’s success, the South Eastman Suicide Prevention Committee (SESPC) is ecstatic to launch the 2nd annual Out of the Blue campaign. The “Out of the Blue” campaign can make a difference for people affected by mental illness. Out of the Blue targets high school students, [More...]
Rotary has donated $2,000 from a dinner and wine pairing they hosted at the Brass Lantern in Steinbach to the Southeast Suicide Prevention Committee’s Out of the Blue campaign. Out of the Blue is a mental health awareness project that culminated its inaugural campaign last week. David Rafeedie, President-elect of the local [More...]
The Southeastern Regional Suicide Prevention Committee (RSPC) is ecstatic over the culmination of their regional Out of the Blue campaign. The Blue Carpet gala was held on May 31st at the Brass Lantern. Attended by 225 guests dressed in an ocean of blue, awards were handed out to groups and [More...]
April 21, 2011 École Saint-Joachim embraces Van Gogh in Blue Expressions This high-school art class is researching Vincent Van Gogh and engaging in discussions about his mental health. They are studying a Don Maclean song called Vincent. The class is doing a study of the themes, and subjects of Van Gogh’s art, [More...]
April 21,2011 St-Pierre Pharmacy is spreading Blue Awareness St-Pierre Pharmacy/Pharmacie St-Pierre hosted a Blue Day on April 7th. Paulette Duval, organizer, states: “We really enjoyed making a difference and making people aware of mental health.” The pharmacy and the staff were decked out in blue and spent the day handing out Blue Cards [More...]
The 1st Annual Out of the Blue Gala will be held on May 31, 2011.
The South Eastman Suicide Prevention Committee launched Out of the Blue 2011. Students, residents, businesses and service providers throughout South Eastman are actively involved in Out of the Blue Activities in support of positive Mental Health. What can you DO? Check the site for more information on how to start a [More...]
“We don’t know who we are until we see what we can do.” Martha Grimes