Catherine Bell (Army Wives) will be among the guests at the Artists Against Drugs Art Show Benefit in LA this weekend.

Say No To Drugs is a registered not-for-profit 501©3 organization and is comprised of volunteers dedicated to educating kids, teens and adults about the harmful effects of drugs and thereby preventing drug abuse. They do so by hosting fundraising benefits, such as the annual 5K/10K Say No To Drugs Holiday Classic at the Universal Studios Back Lot (now going into its 11th year), where they highlight and publicize, to people of all ages, that it is okay to say “NO” to drugs and that they are doing something about the drug problem. Proceeds from their fundraising benefits are donated to local non-profit youth-oriented drug education and prevention organizations, including The Boys and Girls Club, Drug Free World, and Drug Free Marshals.

The Art Show Benefit will feature a number of art works donated to the cause, and will be attended by stars such as Ben Hogestyn (The Bold and the Beautiful), Danica Stewart (Passions), Zosia Mamet (Parenthood), Jason Wahler (The Hills), Colbie Veil (Lead Singer of Dopesnake), Cold Water Canyon, Councilman Tom LaBonge and artists Nathan Spoor and Michael Doven.

The event takes place at the Santine Boutique, 8134 W. 3rd Street, Los Angeles on May 21 from 7pm-10pm. Find out more here.

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