‘Sing out 4 Kids’ charity event set for Feb. 5
The Children’s Charities Coalition second annual “Sing Out 4 Kids” charity event will take place at 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 5, at The Community House.
The event will offer an evening of karaoke performed by Detroit-based celebrities and personalities. The evening will be emceed by WDIV-TV’s morning news anchor Guy Gordon and Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard. Featured singers include Don Reid, former Piston; Kathy Broock Ballard, real estate broker; Jamie McCarthy, singer/songwriter; Norman Yatooma, attorney; Simone Vitale, band leader extraordinaire; Steve Blackwood, former soap opera star and singer; Abby Jackman, teen singing sensation; Kraig Nienhuis, former Boston Bruin and musician; Charley Marcuse, the Singing Hotdog Man ; Judy Zorn, attorney; John Reisen, singer; Elizabeth Arsov, salon owner and Zavette Gibson, local recording artist.
“It’s going to be a really fun evening,” said Jennie Cascio, chairwoman for The Children’s Charities Coalition. “Our thanks go out to the many celebrities who are contributing their time and talent to raise money for children in our communities.”
General admission tickets are $50 per person or $500 per table of 10. Reserved Patron seating is $75 per person and reserved Patron tables of ten are available at $750. Food catered by Vintage House. Cash bar. For reservations, contact CARE House, (248) 332-7173.
Proceeds from “Sing Out 4 Kids” will benefit The Children’s Charities Coalition. The Children’s Charities Coalition was formed in 1997 to address the challenge of developing new sources of funding to help children through a synergistic effort of experienced leaders and combined resources.