Suzanne DeLaurentiis Hosted Art Exhibit And Book Signing To Benefit Charity…

On Saturday January 12 Los Angeles based artist Ronnie Watson and author/film-maker Michael Mandaville hosted successful benefit for Suzanne DeLaurentiis Veterans Charities at Naya Sunset. Guests couldn’t stop talking about the wonderful black and white art pieces by Ronnie Watson and were thrilled to meet Michael Mandaville, author of “A Cold Death”.

Born in Los Angeles, Ronnie Watson is a self-taught black and white-medium artist inspired by his older brother Parris that was also an artist. He has been passionate about his arts his whole life. Ronnie will launch his collection this fall in Los Angeles. Ronnie Watson is one of those extremely talented artists. He sketches many types of portraits, but his best work involves sketching women and the female form.

Ronnie is dedicated to creativity and interested in supporting the artistic community by actively participating in charities to benefit cancer as well as all types of charities around the world. We are showcasing his work globally. Ronnie hopes to empower artists, creativity and innovation. For more information please visit:

Michael Mandaville is a professional filmmaker, media professional and World War II history fanatic. He has written the thriller “Stealing Thunder” and “Citizen Soldier Handbook: 101 Ways For Every American To Fight Terrorism.” He also has a M.A. in Professional Writing from USC. “A Cold Death” is about a Paris, American film student Adele Longet that is murdered. On a hot summer night, when a famed music festival shuts down the City of Light, he searches for a drug lab with answers to Adele’s murder – and the clue to his own daughter’s kidnaping – before he loses her to “A Cold Death”.

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Hollywood Producer Suzanne DeLaurentiis helps veterans in Portland, OR…

Concert and Career and Benefits Fair

Friday March 9 – Saturday March 10, 2012
Written by: Cory Grogan
Oregon Military Department Public Affairs’

Salem, Ore. — All service members, veterans and their families, as well as media, are invited to attend a Career and Benefits Fair event sponsored by the Oregon National Guard’s Joint Transition Assistance Program, Saturday March 10, at Cascade Hall on the Salem Fairgrounds from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

There is also a free concert at the Salem Armory, Friday March 9, with an on-site donation of a non-perishable food item (canned or boxed) to the Marion County Food Bank, or a $5 donation to the food bank. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and the concert is scheduled to include performances by eight popular performers including the bands “Amerakin Overdose” and “Billy the Kid.”

Suzanne DeLaurentiis, Hollywood producer and president of Suzanne DeLaurentiis Productions, is the guest speaker at both events. She is a previous recipient of the Oregon National Guard Commendation Medal who has supported service members and their families through philanthropy, and by raising awareness of their sacrifices through film and other outlets.

“It has always been my passion to help these brave men and women who have sacrificed so much to keep our country free. It’s important that we take care of them when they come home,” DeLaurentiis said.

Suzanne said she was inspired after she played the film “This is War: Memories of Iraq” at one of her film festivals. The film documents the deployment to the Oregon National Guard’s 2nd Battalion, 162 Infantry Regiment.

“This is an opportunity to thank vets and stock the food shelves,” said concert organizer Shaun Bell who is a former Marine, and owner of 3 Boyz Records. The concert will honor disabled veterans and promote the career and benefits fair the next day. The career and benefits fair will include major employers, local businesses, trade schools, community colleges, universities, benefits information providers, career counseling, internship programs, apprenticeships and more.

Cory E. Grogan
Oregon Military Department Public Affairs
Cell: 503-856-5757

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