Emerging Magazine Celebrity Charity Productions will present the 1st Annual Kate Linder Celebrity Charity Gala, benefiting The ALS Association, Greater Los Angeles Chapter on February 11 at the Montage Beverly Hills Hotel from 6 PM to 10 PM.

A silent auction will begin at 6:30 PM and will continue throughout the evening. Dinner with celebrities will begin at 7PM. A product runway will follow dinner where celebrities will walk the runway, showcasing vendor products and services prior to being auctioned live.

Anyone desiring to attend the free live auction only are welcome. Those wishing to have dinner with celebrities may purchase tickets prior to the event or at the door.

Some of the Items to be auctioned are; Fur coats from Dicker and Dicker Furs of Beverly Hills, Rolling Stones group signed “Electric Red” guitar, a NASCAR Race Car driving experience at Telladega Super Raceway, Judith Ripka Jewelry, Rob Bacon Jewelry, Brandt Skinz Haute Couture Leather Jackets, Passes to Magic Castle in Los Angeles, Art, Frank Sinatra LP signed by members of the Ratpack, Sports Jerseys signed by Football and other sports personalities.

Donors continue to furnish extraordinary products and services for the Live Auction. Proceeds benefit The ALS Association, Greater Los Angeles Chapter. Kate Linder, Esther Valentine of the Young and the Restless will host the 1st Annual Kate Linder Celebrity Charity Gala.

Friends and guests of Kate Linder confirmed to attend include; Joan Van Ark, Bruce Davison, Channing Chase, Rip Taylor, RJ Mitte, Michelle Stafford, Dee Wallace, Stacy Haiduk, Miss California, Alison Arngrim, Sean Kanan, and many more.

More info can be found here.

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