Larry King of CNN's Larry King Live Will be Master of Ceremonies for Kids Korps SuperStar Gala 2008
Kids Korps SuperStar Gala 2008 is pleased to announce the attendance of Larry King as the Master of Ceremonies to celebrate "A Constellation of Community Service". The Kids Korps children and parent volunteers depend on this gala each year to jump start the funding process for the following year's 1200+ charitable activities to over 250 receiving organizations.
The gala will take place at the Four Season’s Aviara in Carlsbad, California, Saturday, February 2nd, 2008. Cocktails and silent auction begin at 6:00pm with the dinner, tribute show, live auction, and dancing to follow.
Dubbed “master of the mike” by TIME magazine, King is host of CNN’s Larry King Live, the network’s highest rated program and the first worldwide call-in TV talk show. An Emmy Award winner, King has spent fifty years interviewing people who make headlines and history, from magnates to movie stars, heroes to heads of state. He is a treasured supporter of Kids Korps USA, serving for the past eight years as chair of its National Leadership Circle.
Ticket prices range from $275 per person for Kids Korps members to $1,000 for premier seating.
About the Kids Korps USA Gala
Gala Chairs: Collette Jerry & Gina Loyek
Wine Auction Chair: Bertrand Hug
Advisory Chairs: Bob & Collette Stefanko
Gala Committee: Joe Scafidi, Barbara Scafidi, Ranjitha Kurup, Margaret Piglovski, Robyn Denton, Mia Stefanko, Nicole Bell, Audrey Allison, Laura Harkness, Linda Camarillo, Brian Turk, Diana Burdick, Marie Daniels, Sara Taylor, Dr. Keith Kanner, Lori Vitale, Terri Coverstone, Cheri Myron, Ivars Ozolins, Veronica Baker, Megan Smith, Leslie Lamberg, Pam Culver, Nicole Matthews, Mark Ogle, Kathy Connor, Robin Chappelow, Brian Hawkins, and Sherry Yardley.
About Kids Korps USA
Kids Korps USA’s goal is to build leaders for life through youth volunteerism. Since it was founded in 1995, Kids Korps has grown from a handful of children in its first chapter in Rancho Santa Fe to nearly 5,000 youth and family volunteers in 70 chapters around the country. Kids Korps sponsors hundreds of community service projects each year that include building homes for the disadvantaged, creating care bags for youth entering transitional facilities, assembling bikes for kids in need, and providing immediate mobilization of resources during disasters such as the California firestorms of 2007.