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Old Blue Eyes Returns To Reno – Frank Sinatra Stylist Singer Paul Salos To Perform To Find Cure For Childhood Alzheimer’s

August 4, 2009 by  
Filed under Fundraisers

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Paul Salos, a Frank Sinatra stylist singer who made it through as a Top 10 contestant America’s Got Talent during the fall 2008 season will perform on October 3, 2009, at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, Nevada. Salos, who has been working as Frank Sinatra stylist for approximately 40 years, will join Nevada Entertainer of the Year and ICONMAN musical impressionist Greg London along with 5-year old singing sensation Kaitlyn Maher.

The three outstanding vocal entertainers will perform at a fundrasing event to support The Addi and Cassi Hempel Fund and together will bring a voice to children who have lost theirs from a  fatal illness called Niemann Pick Type C, or “Childhood Alzheimer’s.”  Salos’ natural vocal impression of Frank Sinatra has won the hearts of America and his appearance at “An Evening of Stars” will surely be a highlight.

Here’s what the blogs have to say about Salos:

Old Blue Eyes is back!
Wow, this guy sounds exactly like Frank Sinatra!
He has an absolutely brilliant stage presence and the late Sinatra himself is handling his applause from above I’m sure!
What a smile to go along with the voice

Tickets for the event are on sale now.

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Reno Helps Fight “Childhood Alzheimer’s”

Reno Supports Childhood Alzheimers and Neurological Brain Disorders, Parkinsons, ALSBiggest Little Community In The World Supports Finding Cure

Reno, Nevada, may be known as the “Biggest Little City in the World,” but the City also has the title of the “Biggest Little Community in the World.”  Since our identical twin 4 year old twins, Addi and Cassi, received a devastating medical diagnosis of Niemann Pick Type C — otherwise known as “Childhood Alzheimer’s (featured on ABC’s Good Morning America) – we have received an outpouring of support from the Reno community to help us fight this fatal disease that robs children of their ability to walk, talk and eat. On May 10th, 2008, the Reno community came together for the “Moonlight Garden Gala – A Night Of Hope and Miracles” at the Downtown Reno Ballroom to help raise money for research into this devastating and mysterious brain disorder. Millions of American’s are facing Alzheimer’s disease and every 71 seconds someone in America develops the disease.  NPC children like Addi and Cassi may hold important clues to helping researchers understand brain disorders of all types.  No person, whether young or old, should face death of the mind before death of the body and treatments and cures need to be developed. Here are some of the amazing events that have taken place in recent weeks in Reno to help raise money and awareness of brain disorders and "Childhood Alzheimers."

  • Claim Jumper Fundraiser: On April 24th, Claim Jumper hosted an evening to raise money for the Addi and Cassi Fund with 10% of all proceeds earned that evening going to the fund. Thanks to Cara Hamm for organizing the event — we raised $2,358.33!
  • Sierra Strength and Speed: Joe Dibble, one of Nevada’s leading dietitians and nutritionists, donated 100% of the proceeds from “Wednesday’s Workout Evening” at the WB Baseball Softball Training Center.  Everyone worked up a sweat, including Addi and Cassi, and Joe and his volunteers helped raise $1,345.00!
  • On Thursday, May 8, 2008, Bishop Manogue Catholic High School held a "Miracle Minute" to raise funds to aid in the research necessary to find a cure for Niemann Pick Type C.
  • CureCaps party – Jennifer Dolder and her two children organized a CureCaps hat making party at their house – over 50 caps were made to help raise money for research

Thank you Reno for your support! Posted by Chris (Mom)

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Sierra Strength & Speed Fundraiser

April 18, 2008 by  
Filed under Group Exercise Fundraiser

Please bring yourself, a friend, and/or a family member and join the staff of Sierra Strength and Speed for an "every-fitness-level" fund raiser to benefit the Addi and Cassi Fund. Participants will have fun moving and learning new ways to exercise, avoid injury, and stay fit.

Who: For All Healthy Adults and Teens
When
: Wednesday, April 30th, 2008, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Where: Sierra Strength & Speed Fitness Studio and the WB Baseball Softball Center 3865 Mira Loma, Suite 104 Reno, NV 89502

Suggested Donation: $15 per person (Payable to: APMRF-The Addi and Cassi Fund)

For more Information and to RSVP, contact Joe Dibble:

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Editor’s Note: Since 2004, Sierra Strength & Speed fitness studio offers Northern Nevada’s best in personal training and nutrition. Their staff includes a Licensed Athletic Trainer and Registered Dietitian with experience working with children, teenagers, adult, and seniors of all abilities. Visit www.sierrastrength.com for more information.

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2008 Gala Sponsors

April 17, 2008 by  
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Title Sponsor:Renown Health

Platinum Sponsors:

Charter
Creative Coverings Charter
Charter Charter
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2008 Sponsorship Registration

April 3, 2008 by  
Filed under 2008 Fundraisers

Please sign-up as a Corporate Sponsor using the form below:

If you prefer, you can download the following form and send it to the Addi and Cassi fund:

To download a PDF version of the sponsorship information page:

To purchase individual or group table tickets please click on the following:

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