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CCHR Florida Announces Renowned Dee Dee O'Malley as a Contestant in the 2011 CCHR Florida Music Video Contestant
Musicians join CCHR Florida to help spread the word about the harmful effects of psychiatric drugs!
Dee Dee will be entering her music video into the 2011 CCHR Florida music video contest.
You will be able to see and hear this at the Sept. CCHR Florida Music Concert.
With a catalog of over a thousand songs, a dynamic history of hundreds of live performances and industry-wide raves from Sheryl Crow, rock god Billy Sheehan and Nancy Cartwright (aka the voice of Bart Simpson), it might seem hard to pinpoint a single moment that captures the deep emotional impact that singer, songwriter and all around musical Renaissance woman Deedee O'Malley has on her audience.
Thousands of people of all ages in her adopted home region of Southern California have seen her perform at L.A. hotspots like The Whiskey and Genghis Cohen, on recent tours sponsored by Starbucks and Borders and at hundreds of junior high and high schools. She's done everything from singing the National Anthem for 27,000 runners at the Los Angeles Marathon to sharing the stage with LeAnn Rimes, Willie Nelson, Kenny Rogers, Glen Campbell and Ambrosia. She's also sung with Jermaine Jackson, Patti Labelle and The Pointer Sisters.
Deedee is now going viral and enthralling hundreds of thousands more (216,000 and counting) around the globe through her beautifully designed YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/deedeeomalley).
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Money raised will go towards helping children to become aware of the dangers of drugs through drug education lectures in schools, youth clubs and community centres throughout the UK
East Grinstead, West Sussex - Just before Christmas, the drug education and prevention charity, Narconon, held a highly successful fund-raising evening at the new Bluebells Café in East Grinstead's town centre.
The 50 guests who attended the Spanish-themed event were served tapas and then entertained by a spectacular dance routine thanks to internationally renowned Flamenco dancer Helena, with her Spanish Troupe.
The total funds raised -- from the entrance fee and from a lottery -- came to over £1000. First prize of the lottery was a £200 John Lewis voucher, kindly donated by Academy Insurance Services Ltd; second prize was a full carpet clean by East Grinstead firm Squeaky Clean; and third prize was a free haircut and styling session by Michael Todd Hairdressing, also based in East Grinstead. The money raised will go towards helping children to become aware of the dangers of drugs through drug education lectures (entitled "The Truth About Drugs") in schools, youth clubs and community centres throughout the UK.
The lecture, which has been shown to be very effective at empowering children to deal with peer pressure, covers such areas as: What is a drug?; The basic effects that drugs, alcohol and solvents can have on the mind and body; How drugs can give you blank periods and the consequences of that; and Why it is important to go for goals in life.
"It is great to have such effective community support together with such an enjoyable evening! The money will be well spent; the information we impart can really save lives," said Lucy Skirrow, director of Narconon Drug Education Services.
About Narconon Drug Education Services
The goals of Narconon Drug Education Services (UK Registered Charity Number: 267386) are a UK youth disabused of false data about drugs and empowered to make the right choices about them. Narconon seeks to encourage students to achieve their goals in life and to avoid the pitfalls of substance abuse. The charity also seeks to promote general awareness in the arena of drug prevention and to emphasize the point that there are solutions to the problems of substance abuse and the war against drugs is one that can be won.
For more information, please contact:
Narconon Drug Education
85 Waldegrave Park
020 8607 9998
Narconon and the Narconon logo are trademarks and service marks owned by Association for Better Living and Education International.