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Wednesday
Dec012010

World AIDS Day 2010

Today (December 1) is World AIDS Day. I'd like to take a moment to remember all those who have been affected by HIV/AIDS and remember those we've lost, especially my fourth grade teacher Mr. Thomas Driscoll.

During this holiday season and all year round, help those with HIV/AIDS and in finding a cure by supporting your favorite HIV/AIDS charity. Mine is Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS which helps bring resources to those with and affected by HIV/AIDS across the United States.

Wednesday
Dec012010

Happy Chanukah!

Wishing everyone who celebrates The Festival of Lights a very Happy Chanukah!
Friday
Nov052010

My Son Is Gay

This a great posting on about tolerance and acceptance! http://nerdyapplebottom.com/2010/11/02/my-son-is-gay/
Tuesday
Nov022010

My Blog Button on Broadwayworld.com

On Monday, November 1, I went to see Gavin Creel at Birdland and gave him a button for participating in my blog last year! He put it on and now it made it onto Broadwayworld's photo coverage! I'm SOOOOOO EXCITED!!!!!

Thank you Gavin Creel for wearing my button for all your pictures! Thank you Jim Caruso for allowing me to attend last night's show! Thank you Keith for waiting with me after the show & taking my picture! Most of all, Thank You to my friend Gail for making me my buttons! I'm so grateful to you all!!!

Here are the pictures singled out....All photos by Monica Simoes, except the one of me & Gavin.

Me & Gavin CreelJim Caruso & Gavin CreelLaura Benanti, Gavin Creel, Steven PasqualeGavin Creel & Paris RemillardGavin Creel & Brian Green

Tuesday
Oct262010

Recap: Out of Darkness: Walk to Prevent Suicide

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This past Sunday (October 24), I participated in "Out of Darkness: The Walk To Prevent Suicide," walking with "The Beaten Path" team. Along with 800 other walkers, we walked over the Brooklyn Bridge and back to Manhattan. Our team raised over $1900 and the walk itself raised over $125,000 with no corporate sponsorships. All of that money was raised by the participants!

The Beaten Path Team
The Beaten Path Team with Overseas Trainers

 

 

 

 

 

 

It was truly a day of coming together and getting the word out about how suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Fellow "Adaumbelle's Quest" participant

Bobby Cronin performed two songs ("Daybreak" sung by the amazing Ray Lee and "The Best Is Yet To Come" sung by the equally amazing and upcoming participant Jenn Furman). Both songs of hope were the perfect fit and both Ray and Jenn really hit the mark!

Ray Lee and Bobby Cronin singing Bobby Cronin's "Daybreak"
Jenn Furman singing Bobby Cronin's "The Best Is Yet To Come"

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It's not too late to help support this great cause...donations are being accepted until December 31. Please give what you can...

http://afsp.donordrive.com/participant/adaumbelle