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As reported last month by LookToTheStars.org, Young and the Restless star Kate Linder has announced she will hold her first annual Celebrity Charity Gala in Hollywood on February 11. She has now announced some of her celebrity friends who will join her.

The event aims to raise funds for the Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the ALS Association, and will be attended by Young and the Restless cast members Wilson Bethel [Ryder Callahan], Hayley Erin [Abby Carlton], Stacy Haiduk [Emily Peterson/Patty Williams], Sean Kanan [Deacon Sharpe], Vanessa Marano [Eden], Michelle Stafford [Phyllis Summers Newman], and Yvonne Zima [Daisy]. Other celebrities include Alison Arngrim [Little House on the Prairie], Romi Dames [Hannah Montana], Bruce Davison [Longtime Companion], actress Ilene Graff, actress Q'orianka Kilcher, RJ Mitte [Breaking Bad], actress Lorielle New, Kevin Sorbo [Hercules], comedian Rip Taylor and actress Dee Wallace.

The gala includes a gourmet dinner with the stars, live entertainment and a live auction.

Tickets are $100 or VIP $150, and are available by phoning (570)677 4975 or emailing events@emergingmagazine.com. Information can also be found at the Emerging Magazine website.

The mission of the ALS Association is to lead the fight to cure and treat ALS through global, cutting-edge research, and to empower people with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and their families to live fuller lives by providing them with compassionate care and support.

Read Look To The Stars’ exclusive interview with Kate Linder here.

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