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    Annual Soap Star's assist at NY AIDS Fundraiser!

    Monday, August 27 2007

    Williamson & Bonner (Photo:Steve Bergman)
    What did you miss… and what's coming?!

    One of the many efforts to raise money for the New York AIDS Walk 2007 was the second annual fundraiser: "Love Out Loud" at Prohibition on 16 May 2007. What a great cause. A few talented and bighearted New York soap stars were on hand to help raise money and awareness in a meet and greet with the fans.

    If you were lucky enough to be in the area, you'd have had the pleasure of listening to Ilene Kristen's (One Life to Live) stunning performance. You'd have been there to meet Thorsten Kaye, Jeff Branson,
    Matt Walton, Chrishell Stause, and Melissa Claire Egan of All My Children BethAnn Bonner, Brandon Buddy, Mark Dobies, Bree Williamson and Chase Coleman of

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    One Life to Live as well as Brian Gaskill of Guiding Light. You'd also be one of the many fans, who gave their time and support to such an incredible cause. Kudos to you!

    If you weren’t there, or even if you were and would like a repeat performance, you've got another chance in October to give to a worthy cause, while meeting some pretty exciting guests! The publishers of POZ and Real Health are replicating this phenomenal experience on the West Coast this year, opening it up to the many good people within the fundraising and artistic community there.

    Curious? The event will take place at The Abbey in West Hollywood on October 18, 2007 from 5:45 to 9:00 PM three days prior to AIDS Walk Los Angeles.

    You can give your time and generously support the cause with such soap stars as Kimberly McCullough, Jackie Zeman and Jason Thompson of General Hospital, Ilene Kristen of One Life to Live, who will be once again performing, Ashley Jones of The Bold and the Beautiful and many more!

    Are you attending this event? Let know and we'd be happy to hear all about it. Contact Us!

    Christine Fix

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    Posted by staro55 at Thursday, September 06 2007 09:56 PM

    My son John died of AIDS at the age of 29 yrs. old August 1, 2003. I took care of him during the disease for 2 yrs. It was one of the most suffering disease's . To watch your son who used to be so vibrant deteriate day by day. I thank any one who tries to raise money for AIDS research. Michelle,

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