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The Help Group Honors Brian Goldner, Mary Urquhart and Max Mayer at its Teddy Bear Ball Featuring Ben Stiller and Celebrity Guests
Date:12/16/2009

g an unforgettable impromptu rendition of Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer with The Help Group children at their request. To recognize this year's honorees, he led the evening's tributes, highlighting their humanitarian spirit and introducing the retrospective of past honorees whose friendship and caring have touched the lives of many Help Group children. After the close of the curtain, Ben graciously stayed on to sign autographs and take photos with members of The Help Group Children's Choir and other guests.

Gary Cole, The Help Group's National Celebrity Spokesperson and parent of a child an autism spectrum disorder spoke of the important work of The Help Group saying, "I know first-hand what an invaluable resource The Help Group is for children and families. My wife Teddi and I are so grateful that our daughter Mary attends a Help Group school and that we've had the opportunity to take part in The Help Group's autism awareness efforts." He introduced The Help Group's new video, eloquently narrated by Good Morning America's Robin Roberts.

With the room still aglow from a rousing performance of a holiday medley by The Help Group Children's Choir and Louis Price, former lead singer of the Temptations, Gary H. Carmona, Help Group Chairman and Dr. Barbara Firestone, President & CEO thanked everyone for their generous support and commitment. They spoke of The Help Group's efforts on behalf of the children and presented awards to each of the honorees. Dr. Firestone remarked, "It's that special time of year when we take pause to think about the true meaning of the holiday season... the compassion and caring of our honorees Brian, Mary and Max give us great cause to celebrate."

Christine Taylor joined Gary Cole in a salute to The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, and its President & CEO, Mel Elias, recognizing eight consecutive years of support of The H
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