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    OLTL Stars Have Big Hearts!

    Tuesday, January 09 2007


    Kassie DePaiva (Blair) (ABC)
    Many of the One Life to Live stars came out to show their support for the annual benefit for The League Of Hard Of Hearing at New York's Chelsea Piers!

    Founded in 1910, The League is located in New York and is the world's premier hearing rehabilitation and human services agency for infants, children and adults who are hard of hearing, deaf and deaf-blind, and their families. Over the years, more than 1,250,000 people with hearing loss have benefited from their services and kindness!


    James DePaiva (ex-Max) (ABC)
    Fans may not know this, but James (ex-Max) and Kassie DePaiva's (Blair) son, J.Q., has had much success after undergoing cochlear surgery. The couple was so blessed to have their fellow castmates join them for the benefit, including Kristen Alderson (Starr), Renee Elise Goldsberry (Evangeline), Paul Satterfield (Spencer), Robin Strasser (Dorian), Patricia Mauceri (Carlotta), Alexandra Neil (Paige), Hillary B. Smith (Nora), John-Paul Lavoisier (Rex), Melissa Gallo (Adriana), Brandon Buddy (Cole), Frank Valentini (OLTL's executive producer) and many more! The event included food from some of New York's top restaurants and a silent auction.

    Soaps.com welcomes those who have any questions regarding the procedures or services offered by The League to contact them through their website at The League Of Hard Of Hearing
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