“The Bad Girls Club” launches a seventh song from songstress Kelly Harper appropriately titled ‘Little Miss Dirty’…

March 30, 2011 (Los Angeles, CA) Kelly Harper has a seventh song to premiere on Oxygen Network’s “The Bad Girls Club”. Kelly’s song will be aired during the show on Monday April 4, 2011 (check local listings for times). Kelly recently returned to the studio with producer Rob Wells to work on her second cd that will be released fall 2011. Kelly has also been donating her time to benefit local and national charities, including recent appearances at the Scott L. Schwartz Celebrity Cupcakes For Charity as well as Toys For Tots Foundation & Santa’s Gift.

Six of Kelly’s songs have already been featured on the Bunim/Murray Productions number one rated show on the Oxygen Network “Bad Girls Club”, MTVs “Road Rules,” E Channels “Living Lohan” and “Real World.” Other recent additions to the popular show on the Oxygen Network, “Love Games.” Her song, “Till This Goes Away” has also gained some spotlight; winning the Best Song of the Month Contest awarded by the acclaimed “”.

Kelly’s next CD will be released in the fall of 2011 while she is on tour. With a Gibson endorsement, a national tour under her belt, unrelenting worldwide radio airplay, along with TV and film placements Kelly Harper is making her impact on the entertainment industry. Kelly has agreed to donate $1 of every CD sold to benefit Santa’s Gift & Toys For Tots Foundation.

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“Getting Back To Your Childhood” Masquerade Ball Featuring Celebrity Host: Sean Kanan

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“Getting Back To Your Childhood” Masquerade Ball
Featuring Celebrity Host: Sean Kanan

Saturday March 26, 2011

7:00pm – 9:00pm

SideBar in Glendale
(10 min from Hollywood) 1114 North Pacific Avenue
Glendale, CA 91202

Reading, Writing, It’s Exciting!
The purpose of Reading, Writing, It’s Exciting! is to mentor kids in Los Angeles in writing and reading. They work closely with schools, so that teachers handpick the students who need their help the most. Each year, Reading, Writing, It’s Exciting!:
• Teaches children how to write a story with their own ideas
• Brings out the creativity in kids with fun imagination games
• Provides mentors to help children write their own stories
• Helps children read their story out loud in front of a group
• Gives kids the opportunity to read their own creative stories in front their families and friends at a bookstore.

• According to the California Department of Education, only 41% of LAUSD
students are proficient in Language Arts (reading/writing)
• Research has shown that students who are not reading and writing at
grade level by the 3rd grade fall further and further behind their
classmates, and rarely ever catch up. (The Annie E. Casey Foundation)
• Furthermore, the numbers have shown that 50-80% of these children who can’t
read or write eventually drop out of high school, are unemployed, commit
crimes, or join gangs. (The Washington Literacy Council)
• Several states actually base their future prison building plans on these
numbers. That’s how accurate they are!
We are hoping by reaching these children now, they won’t become a part of these statistics.

Our Informal/Formal black and white masquerade ball encourages men to wear suits or tuxedos and women to wear white or black. Masks are required; some will be available for purchase at the event. (All proceeds benefit RWE). Not acceptable; typical Halloween costumes, short dresses, street clothes and scary masks.

$10.00. Tickets include entry to event, auction, entertainment, hors d’oeuvres, drinks, 2 raffle tickets.
Age Requirement: You must be 21 years old or older to attend. AB Weddings & Special Events reserves the right to refuse ticket sales when necessary.

Master of Ceremonies:
Sean Kanan (The Young and the Restless, General Hospital, The Bold and the Beautiful, Karate Kid III)
Silent Auction: Come browse our auction items donated by celebrities, local artists, local businesses and members of the charity.