Steve and Kati covered Night to Shine – an unforgettable prom experience for people with special needs. Sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, Night to Shine has become an international event. This year’s prom on February 12thwas hosted by 200 churches and celebrated in 48 states, 8 foreign countries with an estimated 30,000 special guests.
Each prom includes things like a red carpet entrance with “paparazzi,” limousine rides, hair and makeup beauty stations, shoe shines, dance floor, karaoke, dinner and lots more. Every special guest is assigned a “buddy” who escorts them at the prom. At the end of the evening each special needs participant is crowned a King or a Queen as they celebrate the value of life and God’s love.
Steve and Kati covered one of the southern California locations at Crossroads Church. They had a chance to talk with many of the special guests, “buddy” escorts, volunteers as well as some parents and even grandparents. It was an amazing time to celebrate some very special people.
For more information on the Night to Shine go to: timtebowfoundation.org.
What do you do when you’re getting hit on by somebody older – that won’t leave you alone? Hmm…how about when your BFF moves away and you want to stay connected? Find out what Kati, Larissa and Steve think on this podcast.
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Larissa and Steve covered the Red Carpet for Rock the Red Kettle – Kati was ill and couldn’t attend. It was a special event sponsored by the Salvation Army at Microsoft Theater at LA Live.
What a crazy night of music featuring some of today’s biggest up and coming stars including Becky G, Jacob Whitesides, Jake Miller, Tahj Mowry, Alec Bailey, Quinn Martin, Forever in Your Mind.
Rock the Red Kettle is an annual event the Salvation Army (TSA) does to raise awareness and funds for the work they do. They’re involved with things like helping veterans, working in prisons, fighting human trafficking, homeless services, youth camps and disaster relief.
It was great to interview up and coming stars who have a passion for wanting to make a difference and supporting organizations like TSA.
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