We were invited to Minneapolis to attend the Starkey Foundation Gala.
Starkey's Bill and Tani Austin's team go around the world and give hearing impaired children free hearing aids, allowing many of them to hear for the first time.
The Gala honored President Bush and had his friend President Clinton speak at the event.
Lots of celebs and performers attended, as well as a funny and feisty Katy Perry.
I'm happy to report we raised quite a bit of money to help make children's lives better!
CADILLAC — A valuable piece of KISS memorabilia from the band's 1975 visit to Cadillac will be on display during the KISS Cadillac Homecoming 40th Anniversary Celebration in October.
The Key to the City of Cadillac, presented to the band during a civic breakfast 40 years ago, is being loaned to organizer Jim Neff by a KISS fan and memorabilia collector.
Cadillac civic and business leaders used to meet once a month for breakfast at Bill Oliver's Caberfae Lodge. In 1975, they were scheduled to meet on Friday, Oct. 10, during the KISS visit.
"The KISS concert was Thursday night and the regularly scheduled breakfast just happened to be that next morning," Neff explained. "It just all fell together. It was easy to adapt the breakfast to include KISS."
School administrators, city officials and football coaches Neff and Dave Brines arrived early that morning and had KISS make-up applied by members of the band and volunteers.