E-mpower & E-nlightened Movement!
Featuring Performances from Artists, Mackenzie Dayle and Paul Woida
Performances by Mackenzie Dayle & Paul Woida
Mackenzie Dayle is an 20 year old Pop singer, songwriter, and dancer. She has been performing for audiences since the age of 5. With her incredible passion for music, her numerous years of stage performance, and dance experience, Mackenzie is a captivating stage performer.
Mackenzie's has been featured many times on City TV, The Global Morning Show, Dinner TV, 91.7 The Bounce, Hot 107 Radio and shared the stage with "The David Fosters Band" at the Winspear Centre. She has performed the National Anthem for several NHL and CFL teams. She was first runner up in "The Bounce Showdown" radio competition.
Mackenzie released her first album entitled "Give Me Some Action" in 2012. Singles from the album have been featured on numerous radio stations. She has also completed 2 Tours in Eastern and Western Canada, which combined over 15 cities. Mackenzie has also been the creator/direction/headliner for 2 large scale shows entitled "The Wait is Over" (2010) and "Electrified" (2014).
Mackenzie is currently writing with and being developed by Wendy Starland, (discovered Lady Gaga) and Kent Speakman (COO and partner in social media app "Fameus" ). Mackenzie also has worked with high end producers who have worked with artists such as Pink, Cee Lo Green, Nicki Minaj, Eminem, Flo Rida, and Jennifer Lopez.
Mackenzie's recently won Hot 107 Radio "Hot Factor" Contest with her currently unreleased song "Flames in the Dark". Along with a hefty prize, she had the opportunity to open for International artists Mia Martina and Kardinal Offishal at the Taste of Edmonton Festival.
Mackenzie's music revolves around the idea of being an original and creative artist. The message she promotes through her music is that "individuality should be celebrated" . Her mission is to be a role model and an inspiration for "self love" in people of all ages. So when the opportunity arose recently for her to join the 2015-2016 Canadian-wide School Concert Tour with "Inside Out" anti-bullying movement she was proudly honoured to be headliner and spokesperson of this movement.
SONGS: Make A Change, Be Yourself
Paul Woida is a "one man band" who replicates the full sound of an entire band all by himself by using loops played and recorded live on the spot. His music can be described as pop/singer-songwriter and he is often compared to Ed Sheeran, Jason Mraz and Jeff Buckley. He is turning heads and winning the hearts of new fans everywhere he goes with his catchy hooks, emotive vocals, unique live show and incredible musicianship. He is the winner of the Hot 107, Hot Factor competition and also placed 1st in the Edmonton Landmark Showcase competition.
The fact that you will not leave a Paul Woida show unaffected, uninspired or feeling like you didn't get your money's worth, makes him an artist who has a true edge in the music industry and who's career you'll want to follow closely. Thus why He was a perfect choice for the 2015-2016 Canadian-wide School Concert Tour with "Inside Out" anti-bullying movement as they were honoured to have him as their headliner and spokesperson inspiring youth everywhere.
SONGS: Can't Keep This Up Anymore, Can't Take, Not Yours
Watch videos on Paul's Youtube Channel
INside Out! Program
Alexis And Danielle are amazing facilitators of this program designed to help children from K-Grade 12 all ages. Ultimately teaching kindness in interactive and engaging programs to the younger elementary school ages. All the programs have been customized for each age range, their level of comprehension such as learning to respect each other, and growing self esteem.
The junior high and high school programs consist of half day and full day experiences offering so much more development in transforming mindsets, for understanding equality, developing empathy, & leaving a legacy by making a difference as a future leader.
“It had a really big impact on the students” - Chandra Balakrishnan, Langley Fundamental Middle and High School Vice Principal
“[The] presentation at Nicomekl this year was wonderfully educational” - Mike Palichuk, Nikomekl Elementary School Principal
"These ladies are about to change the student relationships in schools everywhere for the better." -Jennifer Lee, cyber bully victim and mother
Thank-You to All Our Sponsors.
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Thank-You to Our Dinner Sponsors-
Boston Pizza in Olds, Cranbrook, Lethbridge, Edmonton
Thank-You to our Hotel Sponsors for
Mackenzie & Paul & Alexis Rooms-
May 04th - May 13th 2016
BEST WESTERN PLUS Regency Inn & Conference Centre
32110 Marshall Rd, Abbotsford, BC
Best Western Rainbow Country Inn
439 71 Industrial Way Chilliwack, BC
Best Western Of Olds
4520 46th St, Olds, AB
Best Western Cranbrook
1019 Cranbrook St N, Cranbrook, BC
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209 41 St Lethbridge, AB
Thank-You to All Our Schools for Hosting-
Chilliwack Middle School - Chilliwack
Kwayhquitlum Middle school - Port Coquitlam
Ross Ford Elementary - Olds
A'q'amnik Elementary - Cranbrook
Our Lady of the Assumption Elementary - Lethbridge
Donnan Elementary - Edmonton
Thank-You for being our Print & Selfie Stick Sponsor-
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We have the joy of meeting wonderful people along the journey,
like Nola Peacock.
There are resources and support for the parents of children, who may be struggling to have the joy-filled home they all desire.
Confident Happy Kids - Nola Peacock
The E-Power E-ffect & E-motions!
We've got the E-power to make a change!
to Entertain, Energized, & Enlightened.
E stands for...
Entertain the Soul
E stands for...
E stands for...
Feel Esteem, Empathy & Empowered.
E stands for...
Empathy for Others
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The Partnered School Program Is For All Ages!
Even the teachers and parents get E-mpowered & E-nlightened!
K - Grade 6
School Program 1.5-2.5 hours
Students will focus on getting along and being kind. Students will participate in group discussions and respond to skits. As well, students will start to work on a colouring activity that focusses on what makes them who they are.
Students will focus on understanding each others differences and respecting each other, as well as anti-bullying. Students will participate in group discussions and respond to skits. As well, students will start to work on a colouring activity that focusses on what makes them who they are.
Students will focus on self esteem and anti-bullying. Students will participate in group discussions and respond to skits. Students will participate in a numbers activity that demonstrates that we are all equal and should all be treated fairly. As well, students will start to work on a colouring activity that focusses on what makes them who they are.
School half day program
Students will focus on Community as well as anti-bullying. Students will focus on what their school is like and the issues that come up in the hallways. They will participate in activities that get to know each other on a deeper level than who they walk past in the halls. Students will also participate in a stereotyping activity that demonstrates that we are more then just a label that someone puts on us.
Students will focus on Empathy and seeing something through someone else's eyes, as well as anti-bullying. Students will focus on what their school is like and the issues that come up in the hallways. They will participate in activities that get to know each other on a deeper level than who they walk past in the halls.
Special School full day programs
Students will focus on Legacy and making a difference in the school as well as anti-bullying. Students focus on what their school is like and how they can make a difference in their community and in their school culture. They will come up with a legacy statement for their school that will be posted on the wall. They will also participate in activities that get to know each other on a deeper level than who they walk past in the halls.