: Stewart McKelvey supports the eighth-annual Rock for Dimes, benefiting children with disabilities

November 5, 2013

History was made at the eighth-annual Rock for Dimes concert, held November 1 at the Cunard Centre, with over $40,000 in proceeds raised for March of Dimes Canada. 

Congratulations to Stewart McKelvey’s own Project 501; this talented team of musicians, including General Counsel Art Barry, QC (lead guitar); partners Marc Belliveau (guitar), Richard Niedermayer (bass), and Colin Piercey (vocals); and facilities manager Glenn Collier (drums), earned the title of “Halifax’s Best” in the 1970’s themed battle of the bands.

Stewart McKelvey staff members also helped raise funds through casual-day contributions and sales of Project 501 t-shirts.  To date, proceeds raised from this Halifax-based event total close to $200,000, with monies supporting March of Dime's Conductive Education® (CE) Nova Scotia Program, dedicated to improving the independence, mobility and confidence of children with disabilities.

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