National Hockey League Hall of Famer Luc Robitaille and his wife, Stacia, will be honored at the “Golden Ticket” show featuring “Frank Marino’s Divas Las Vegas” (pictured) on Friday, March 13 from 6 to 9:30 p.m. at The Avalon Theatre in Hollywood.
FOX 11 LA anchor Christine Devine will host the event, which is a benefit for Cops 4 Causes’ “Golden Ticket” initiative, which assists foster youth and their families. The show features female impersonators performing as icons such as Joan Rivers, Diana Ross, Cher, Britney Spears, Lady Gaga, Katie Perry, Liza Minnelli, Reba McIntyre, Bette Midler, Tina Turner and others.
“Luc & Stacia Robitaille truly embody the mission of our Golden Ticket program and have empowered countless foster youth via their Echoes of Hope foundation,” Cops 4 Causes president and founder Christopher Landavazo said. “As an organization representing 1st Responders, we are thrilled to have Luc and Stacia join us at our Golden Ticket benefit and to honor them both for their tireless efforts to help foster youth achieve great heights. They, have been strong advocates for foster youth and we are honored to have them be a part of this special night to help support LA County foster youth.”
In 2007, the Robitailles founded the non-profit organization, Echoes of Hope. Stacia Robitaille serves as board chair for the organization, which assists emancipated youth and young people in need by providing resources, knowledge, skills and support to reach their full potential.
Tickets start at $25, and are tax deductible. The Avalon Theatre (formerly The Palace) is located at 1735 Vine St. For information, call (323)462-8900, or visit www.Cops4Causes.org.
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