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For One Night Only:
The Star of The Tonight Show and TV Comedy All Stars Come Together for Charity
Join Special Guest Jay Leno, and three of your favorite comics Tammy Pescatelli, John Heffron and Alonzo Bodden from Last Comic Standing, The Tonight Show, Comedy Central ( the list of appearances goes on and on) with Rock Comic Mark Eddie as guest host for one night of HUGE LAUGHS.
August 7, 2012
6:30 Doors Open, Refreshments Available
7:30pm Show Starts
VIP Party hosted by:
$65 and $45
$35 Add-On for VIP Pre – Party (2 Drink Tickets, Light Fare, & Meet & Greet with Talent) – limited to 100 people
Click on the LOGO to be directed to Box Office Sales (all sales are final and non-refundable)
With Special Guest, Jay Leno
and Host Rock Comic Mark Eddie
And thank you to all of our sponsors!
100% of proceeds to benefit the Youth Project; a non-profit organization helping teens navigate some of life’s toughest challenges through counseling & outreach.
Might not be suitable for kids under 18.
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The 6th Annual Hold ‘Em Not Hassle ‘Em
registration is NOW OPEN!
Great Prizes! Great Food! Cool Venue!
October 6th, 2012
The Gateway Promenade
28770 The Old Road
Valencia, Ca. 91355
(just south of the 126 Freeway
Before September 15, buy in $100.00
After September 15, buy in $125.00
Tournament & Casino Night Begins: 6:00pm
Prizes to include: 2013 WSOP Entry ($1,500 value)
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THANK YOU TO OUR 2012 SPONSORS
THE TURN SPONSOR:
THE FLOP SPONSORS:
THE BIG BLIND SPONSORS:
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What a spectacular night!
More than 200 people attended the 4th Annual Sweet Charity Cake Auction and Competition and more than 25 cakes were put on display to be judged and purchased.
The Sweet Charity Cake event was a huge success AGAIN! The TPC @ Valencia opened their doors for us as we celebrated the 4th year of the “sweetest” fundraiser in Santa Clarita. Providence Medical Center was our Royal Icing Sponsor, with great support from Facey Medical Group Fondant Sponsor and Sugar Sponsors, City of Santa Clarita, Whitening Lightning, KHTS, Rituals Colour Salon. And a BIG thanks to our Co-Chairs, Jeri Seratti – Goldman and Renee’ Kaehny!!
Congratulations to all of our winners!
1st Place Winner: Molly Sullivan, Cake Magic Maker
2nd Place Winner: CAKEgoodness, Melinda Piligian
3rd Place Winner: KHTS AM 1220, Penguin Cake, Cake Designer Jills Cake Creations
Fan Favorite: Brandon Gelfand
Click here watch the reel of sponsors: Cake Movie 2012
(Pictures were randomly selected and do not represent every cake) Thank you to Nancy Starczyk, Margie Anne Clark and Martin Rodriguez for photos.
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Did you hear the good news??!! Not only is your ticket tax deductible, but you’re supporting the Youth of Santa Clarita, and your $40 purchased ticket automatically enters you for a chance win an iPad 3*
Raffle, silent auction, incredible food, beautiful scenery, celebrity judges, music and delicious cake – all in one night! Hurry up and get your tickets for the 4th Annual Sweet Charity Cake Auction and Competition on April 21, 2012 at Tournament Player Club (TPC) at Valencia.
Additional entries may be purchased at the event for $25.00 (one ticket) or $100 (five tickets).
*Winner must be present to win
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On April 21, 2012 The Tournament Players Club at Valencia, will be transformed into the most decadent fundraiser you have ever been invited to attend. Local businesses will create specialty cakes that best reflect their product, logo or service and put it up on the auction block for you to bid on! Cakes will be judged on by our esteemed group of celebrity judges.
Toni Minor, is a Graduate from the California Culinary Academy. She began her culinary career 20 years ago as a caterer for the film industry which expanded her experience in delivery gourmet meals. For the last 10 years she has owned and operated Getting Fresh Craft Service, specializing in healthy appetizer and meal replacement options for the cast and crew in the film and entertainment industry. She has been consulted for shows like American Idol, Ellen, MTV Music Awards, The ESPYs, and many many more. Her specialties include catering, private in home cooking classes (group or individual), event planning, weight loss and specialty diets, kitchen consultations; and of course being a private chef
Taylor Spreitler, a singer and model turned actress, Taylor got her big break in 2009 as Mia on “Days of our Lives” and is now starring on ABC Family’s “Melissa and Joey”. When she is not on TV, she is filming movies and volunteering her time at various charities such as Much Love Animal Rescue, NOH8 campaign , Dear Mr. President Project for homeless children, Walk for Autism, Revlon walk for Breast Cancer, Run 4 her Life run/walk for breast cancer.
Vicki Lewis, best known for her role as Beth the secretary on the hit NBC series “Newsradio”. Vicki has had recurring and guest starring roles on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” “The Middle” “Bones”, “Dirt” “Grey’s Anatomy”, “Surviving Suburbia” ”Sonny With A Chance” “Melissa and Joey” “Caroline In The City” “Norm” “Phenom” “Murphy Brown” “Grace Under Fire” “Seinfeld” and “Home Improvement”. And when she is not on TV, she is on stage in “Hello Dolly” and “Chicago” or in the studio recording an album
Cindy Schwanke, is the full time culinary instructor at College of the Canyons. She has helped grow the culinary program into a well respected, competitive culinary establishment. She has done various cooking workshops, community service projects and fundraisers to promote the college and the culinary program. Cindy has worked at Hyatt Hotels, Four Seasons Hotel, Smash box Studios, Spago restaurant and retail outlets. Cindy has her degree in Culinary Food Management. Her specialty is pastry and has won numerous medals in pastry competitions.
Make sure to visit us on Facebook for a chance to win a ticket to attend the event!
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Canyon High School and The Youth Project hosted the 2nd Annual Game of Life event on March 30, 2012.
At least ten local organizations participated in this annual outreach event, reaching almost 400 freshmen at Canyon HS just before Spring Break. Students were each given “crisis scenarios” (taken from real life examples) and using the resources available to them, solved the situation at hand.
Some examples include:
- You are at your boyfriend’s house. You got in a fight. You made him mad and he hit you. You left and just started walking. It’s midnight. You are alone and it’s too far to walk home. Your eye is swelling. You don’t want to call your parents. What do you do?
- You are being bullied on campus by a senior. She taunts you, sends nasty text messages and has started a Facebook page about “hating you”. You are afraid to walk home alone. Where can you go for help?
- Your dad just lost his job and your mom only works part time. You want to help out the family by getting a job, but you are only 14. Where can you go for help to gain employment?
- Last night you went to a party and had too much to drink. You were partying with a really cute guy. You kind of liked him, so you followed him into an empty bedroom and started making out with him. When you wanted to stop, he wouldn’t and forced you to have sex with him. You are feeling ashamed, embarrassed, scared, mad and alone. Where do you go?
The purpose of the activity is to familiarize teens with the organizations in their community that are in place to help, to teach them how to handle a crisis on their own, to make it less scary to reach out and ask for help and as an opportunity for outreach for our partners in the community.
Thank You to Canyon High School, The City of Santa Clarita, The California Highway Patrol, SCV Safe Rides, Department of Child and Family Services, Samuel Dixon Family Health Center, Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, ACTION Parent/Teen Support, The Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita and the Boys and Girls Club of Santa Clarita.
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Presents the 4th Annual
RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW!
April 21, 2012
Tournament Player Club (TPC), Valencia
SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL OF OUR SPONSORS:
The Fondant Sponsor
The Frosting Sponsors
The Flour Sponsors
NANCY STARCZYK WITH
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What a great night of poker, black jack and roulette, not to mention delicious food prepared by Italia Deli, great cocktails from Mixers with our proud sponsor Chiquita Canyon Landfill at the helm. Thank you to all of our volunteers, donors, players, SCVYP Board Members, sponsors and guests who helped make this night a wonderful fundraiser.
And extra special Thank You to our event chairs, Gregg Goodman, Scott Schauer, Jerry Citarella and Dave Toneman, for all of your extra assistance …. Deanna Small for your design expertise, and to Jamie Bennett, Serena Schaffer, Amy Padovich and Jena Minassian for running registration …. your help was in invaluable.
Photos courtesy of John Diego Photography (more pictures to come)
Congratulations to our top winners:
1st Place Winner: Dana Kellstrom
2nd Place Winner: James Leighton
3rd Place Winner: Curt Kravitz
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Please join the The City of Santa Clarita and the Blue Ribbon Task Force for the
11th Annual Teen Scene Unplugged on
Wednesday, September 14, 2011
Golden Valley High School.
6:00pm – 7:00pm – Resource Fair
7:00pm – Presentation
Stacy Kaiser, nationally known speaker, author, and psychotherapist will provide strategies and tips on facing the realities and challenges of parenting teens head on.
Ms. Kaiser will discuss ten things every parent needs to know to raise a successful adult.