By Terri Lynn, SouthFloridaReporter, Contributing Editor, June 6, 2015 – Got talent? Like to sing? Want to have fun and at the same time help your neighbors?
On Friday, June 19, Neighbors 4 Neighbors will be hosting a fun- filled Karaoke event, Singing WithThe Stars, at the Hard Rock Cafe, located inside the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, One Seminole Way, Hollywood, Florida. The event starts at 7:30 p.m.
“You know them, you watch them and now you get the chance to sing with one of your favorite on-air personalities, live, on stage,” said Lynne Cameron, Executive Director, Neighbors 4 Neighbors.
Sing a duet with Cynthia Demos and her co-anchors from CBS4, together with the live band, Riverdown, all to benefit Neighbors 4 Neighbors and your neighbors in need.
Singing With The Stars is free and opened to the public. The mouth-watering, Hard Rock Cafe menu will be available for ala carte food and beverage purchases.
Guests will have the opportunity to bid vigorously to sing with:
Vanessa Borge – traffic reporter
Cynthia Demos – weekend anchor/reporter
Rick Folbaum – anchor
John Gerard – meteorologist
Lisa Petrillio – entertainment/lifestyle reporter
Ted Scouten – reporter
Unable to attend but want to help? You can name the ROCK STAR OF THE NIGHT, by voting for your favorite broadcaster. Each vote is $10 – VOTE HERE
“We are going on our 23rd year and Neighbors 4 Neighbors proves that people want to help others throughout the year,” said Lynne Cameron, Executive Director, Neighbors 4 Neighbors.
“Neighbors 4 Neighbors is a South Florida institution that my firm is proud to support,” said Russel Lazega, an attorney who represents accident victims and consumers with insurance disputes. “Their work proves that people in South Florida have big hearts not only after a disaster but every single day, rain or shine,” he added.
Neighbors 4 Neighbors Singing With The Stars Co-Chairs are Terri Lynn and Michael Goodman.
For more information contact: Monica (305) 597-4404 ext. 4463 or BLACKTIE
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WFOR-TV, CBS4’s Neighbors 4 Neighbors, is a non-profit organization created in 1992 in the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew, has continued to connect those in need with those who can help.