Last night Marg attended the ASPCA Saves Animals event in Los Angeles. The event, which consisted of an evening of cocktails, dinner, music, and a silent auction, was held to honor Nikki Reed and Kaley Cuoco Sweeting for their continued dedication to raising money and awareness for animal welfare. Here are some photos from the event:
Today’s my birthday and I’m very happy to report that not only did I receive some great new Marg photos for my memorabilia collection, but I also had time to scan them in before leaving for work this morning so that I could share my gifts with my fellow Marg fans. Happy Birthday to me indeed
I’m not sure when the first one was taken as I’ve only ever seen it before as a background shot on one of those biography programs, but the other two are promotional stills from ‘The Cowboy Way’ and ‘Where Are My Children?’, two of my favorite Marg films. You can click on each of the images below if you’d like to see larger versions. Enjoy!
Last night Marg attended the Malcolm Gladwell and Lisa and Eric Eisner in support of YES (Young Eisner Scholars) event in West Hollywood. Here’s one lovely photo from the event. If you’d like to learn more about the Young Eisner Scholars, you can visit their website at www.yesscholars.org.
I’ve had some questions about whether or not we’re doing a group project this year to celebrate Marg’s birthday. I’m thrilled to hear that folks are still interested in doing these projects and the answer, of course, is yes. It may be on a bit smaller scale this year as my free time has practically disappeared as my son has gotten older and has more homework, extracurricular activities, etc., but no way would I let Marg’s birthday pass without doing something special to commemorate the day.
If you are interested in being a part of AAM’s birthday gift to Marg this year, please complete and submit the contact form below to be added to my mailing list. Put ‘Birthday Project’ in the subject line. Oh and please, please make sure that your email address is correct before you submit it. I had a hard time contacting a few people last year because there were typos in the email addresses that were submitted.
I’ll be emailing the details of this year’s project by this weekend at the latest. And just an FYI since I get this question every year: filling out the form does not obligate you to participate; it simply means that you want to receive more information about it so that you can then decide if you really want to take part.
Thanks in advance to all who are interested.
Comments or questions are welcome.
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