Julie Druker | Oct 27, 2011
Photo: SLHS graduate and Elvis Tribute Artist Stephen Goodberry will performing at SLHS on Nov. 4
Ladies looking for an evening of fine entertainment that will benefit two worthy causes should get a ticket while they last for the upcoming “Girls Night Out With Elvis” fundraiser on November 4.
The event was the brainchild of Chris Bertrim, who wanted to raise funds for two passions of hers - breast cancer research and Sharbot Lake High School’s yearbook. Ladies will be entertained by award-winning Elvis Tribute artist Stephen Goodberry, who it just so happens is also a graduate of Sharbot Lake High School. Goodberry, who has been performing as Elvis for just over a year and a half, has been climbing steadily in the ranks. He placed 12th out of 120 artists at this year’s Collingwood Elvis festival and fourth at the Tweed Elvis Festival this past summer. His spot on singing and on-stage antics will be sure to warm up the crowd and make it a night to remember.
Chris said she approached Stephen about performing at the event and Stephen instantly obliged, saying that he'd be thrilled to return to his old high school for a night of fun. The $20 ticket includes a silent auction and a chance to bid on a number of items donated by local individuals and area businesses. Chris also promises a number of secret surprises that will take place throughout the evening. For more information or to purchase tickets call SLHS at 613-279-2131. The fun will take place at the school on November 4 beginning at 7:00 PM.
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