OLTL’s Kassie and James DePaiva to Benefit The Clarke School!
If you’d like to take part in this great cause, please note the details below…
Event: Kassie and James DePaiva to Benefit The Clarke School
When: Tuesday, May 20, 2008 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: The Danese Gallery at 535 West 24th Street, 6th Floor, New York 10010
Appearances By: Kassie (Blair), James DePaiva (ex-Max) and Micheal Easton (John)
Ticket Information: Although tickets start at $150 per person, there are different packages to chose from. For more details surrounding the event, please call Christina Sanborn at 1-212-988-8304.
All proceeds will go to the Clarke School of New York to aid in all it stands for!
Soaps.com wants to send our best to all involved in this great benefit! We commend Kassie, James and everyone at the Clarke School for all you do! Not only does your kindness touch our hearts, your ability to help prosper a child’s life is priceless!
Throughout the years whether it be through happiness, sadness or tears, we’ve watched Blair and Max’s relationship onscreen and now fans will have a chance to help the real-life husband and wife duo benefit a great cause!
Joining forces with The Clarke School of New York, One Life to Live’s Kassie (Blair) and James (ex-Max) DePaiva will host the one-night only Second Annual Picture the Possibilities benefit to feature some of the best photography of their One Life to Live pals Michael Easton (John McBain), Bob Bessoir (Lighting Director), John Kenny (Scenic Designer) and Rob Santeramo (Technical Director)!
One of five of the well-known Clarke Schools for the deaf, the Clarke School of New York staff aids in helping more than 10,000 children and adults annually through their educational programs, professional training, curriculum development, research and support to mainstream schools through energetic parent/infant, toddler and preschool programs. With the help of advanced hearing aid and cochlear implant technology, those receiving a Clarke education will attain success while working alongside their hearing peers.