There are thousands of people who make a living impersonating Elvis. Some do a good job of looking the part, others are pretty good at singing like the king of rock and roll.  He’s the reverend Bruce Sheasby, pastor of a congregation that meets in a local hotel.Every Christmas he puts on his blue suede shoes and pays tribute to the king of rock and roll.   “A Blue Christmas with reverend Elvis and friends” is a fund raiser that benefits a variety of charities.“This year we supported, I believe, about ten agencies including CUPS, STARS air rescue, The Calgary Herald Christmas Fund the Calgary Homeless Foundation,” says Sheasby, the ‘Reverend Elvis’.Not only does the event provide money, it also raises awareness.   “Obviously the donation itself, the financial donation is extremely welcome,” says Cameron Heke of STARS Air Rescue. “It contributes to us being able to fly these emergency missions, but the awareness piece is very important.”