The TJ Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS Research, held its third annual Family Day Los Angeles event on Sunday, September 18, 2011 at the CBS Studios Back Lot in Studio City, CA.
Davis Cleveland, Bella Throne, Allysn Ashley Arm
The unique, casual event included live entertainment, carnival games for people of all ages and catering by Los Angeles’ finest, plus a special performances by ‘The Voice’ finalist Dia Frampton, and bands Honor Society and The Downtown Fiction.
Jake Short, Stephanie Scott, Aedin Mincks
Celebrity and VIP Guests included: Bella Thorne, Caroline Sunshine and Adam Irigoyen (Disney Channel’s ‘Shake It Up’), Stefanie Scott, Sierra McCormick and Jake Short (Disney Channel’s ‘A.N.T. Farm’), Dylan Minnette (NBC’s wake’), Braedon LeMasters (‘Easy A,’ ‘Men of a Certain Age), and Allisyn Ashley Arm (Disney Channel’s ‘So Random’). Celebrities mingled with guests, signed autographs, played games, jumped on trampolines and in bounce houses and enjoyed snow cones and face painting.
Randy Spendlove, Mike Knobloch, Kevin Weaver
Families from the Los Angeles music, entertainment, and medical communities, along with many celebrities, joined the T.J. Martell Foundation in honoring this year’s award recipients Mike Knobloch (President of Film Music and Publishing at Universal Pictures) and Randy Spendlove (President of Motion Picture Music at Paramount Pictures.) Universal Studios President and COO Ron Meyer and Universal Pictures’ Co-Chairman Donna Langley also attended. Laura Heatherly, CEO of The T.J. Martell Foundation, presented the awards to Spendlove and Knobloch. Family Day Chairman Kevin Weaver, EVP of Atlantic Records, was also recognized.