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Celebrities From All Walks of Life Put Their Best Foot Forward for the Fourth Annual Open Toe Shoe Party
Date:3/26/2008

'Criminal Minds' star Kirsten Vangsness, Nanny 911's Nanny Stella, 'Notes

From the Underbelly' star Rachael Harris and 'Iron Chef' judge and Mom-a-licious creator Domenica Catelli add style to the industry's most fun

fundraiser

LOS ANGELES, March 26 /PRNewswire/ -- The Fourth Annual Open Toe Shoe Party will be held Saturday, April 5th from 1pm - 4pm at the Loews Santa Monica Hotel. The event will raise funds for The One Small Voice Foundation.

"All guests are invited to join the contest and our celebrity judges will determine who has the best open toe shoe look for spring 2008," said Debbie Katzbeck, President of The One Small Voice Foundation.

Returning celebrity judges for this year's event include co-star of CBS' hit drama "Criminal Minds", Kirsten Vangsness, and Nanny Stella from FOX's "Nanny 911". Rachael Harris, co-star of ABC's hit drama "Notes from the Underbelly" makes her debut on this year's panel of judges, along with "Iron Chef" judge and Mom-a-licious creator Chef Domenica Catelli.

In conjunction with the contest, a silent auction will be held. Big ticket items include collectibles of from the biggest stars in both entertainment and sports, as well as a week's stay at a luxury condo in Vail, Colorado and a private kitchen consultation/cooking lesson with Chef Catelli.

"The event is receiving generous support from Stanley Convergent Security Solutions, CBS Television Network, Stuart Cellars and Amazing Cosmetics," Ms. Katzbeck continued. "As a result of their generosity, 100% of the profits of this event will to go Optic Nerve Hypoplasia research."

About The One Small Voice Foundation:

The One Small Voice Foundation was started by Debbie Katzbeck and her husband Kevin and is dedicated to fund research at Children's Hospital Los Angeles being conducted on Optic Nerve Hypoplasia by Dr. Mark Borchert. Dr. Borchert is the only pediatric neuro-opthamologist in the world who is researching the cause of this disease, which is the single leading cause of blindness in children. The cause of this disease is the key to finding a treatment and a cure.

Additional information about The One Small Voice Foundation can be found at http://www.onesmallvoicefoundation.org.


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