Best Entertainment For Grocery Industrys Ball 2009: Entertainment Grocery

Best Entertainment for Grocery Industrys Ball

Best Entertainment for Grocery Industry’s Ball by StarJam’s Children “Increasingly performances by StarJam’s children are receiving more accolades than the headline star at glitzy
events.” Says StarJam’s CEO and Founder. “Audiences start standing up even before the performance is finished.” At the Halberg Awards this year the StarJam performance received the only standing ovation of the evening. “This will definitely be the best entertainment in the Grocery Charity Ball’s history” says Don Graham, Chairman of the Grocery Charity Ball Trust who saw the children rehearsing recently. “In past balls we have flown in at a huge cost, musical acts such as String Divas and the Singing Tenor Waiters but nothing could compare with the talent that the StarJam team produce. Another first is that is that the ball’s entertainment is being provided by the children who will benefit from the event.” The group of children who have disabilities including blindness, muscular dystrophy, Fragile X, Down Syndrome and cerebral palsy will be performing together for the first time. They include Wellingtonian, Renee Maurice, recent runner up in TVNZ Good Morning’s ‘Find a Star’ and dancer Loren Corbett from Whangarei. StarJam, a non-profit organisation which creates outstanding performance opportunities for young people with disabilities, is known for its inspiring performances. Out of 68 organisations who applied, StarJam was chosen to be the beneficiary of the Grocery Charity Ball for 09. The event which is on 28th August at Sky City Convention Centre is the only time each year when grocery giants Progressive and Foodstuffs join forces. It is expected to raise several hundred thousand dollars. Standing ovations. Disabled kids. Changing lives. World politics has taken a turn for the better with the introduction of a main stream political party that takes sex seriously, the Australian ‘Sex Party’. The Sex Party is responding to gender inequalities in politics, antiquated and ad hoc laws around sexuality and sexual expression, and political hypocrisy around sex.
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