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Tracie Rosales has always loved fashion and make-up. After graduating from college, Tracie went to National Makeup Academy, and then to M.A.C. school. After moving to Northern Virginia with her husband, she decided to start her own company “Makeup Artistry by Tracie”.

In the four years that Makeup Artistry by Tracie has been a company, it has been honored with several awards and milestones. In 2007, The Washington Mystics (WNBA) invited Tracie to participate in events and do the girls' makeup, which she does every year. In 2008, MABT was invited to the White House’s staff appreciation day, to speak about skin care and makeup. MABT was also honored by winning the 2008 Home Based Business of the Year. In 2009 Makeup Artistry by Tracie was featured in Northern Virginia Magazine as Best Makeup Application. Tracie volunteers for charities such as The Loudoun Small Business Development Center, Arthritis Foundation, Nationals Incorporated Pageants, Active Girlz, and The Soldiers Angels Foundation.

Childhelp’s Capitol CAREaoke Challenge: CNN or FOX News Team?

Founded and hosted by WJLA ABC7’s Rebecca Cooper, the 4th Annual Childhelp’s  Capitol CAREaoke 2011 will take place on Tuesday, February 22nd at the Ronald Regan Building.  CNN and FOX News have teams to battle out and see who can sing in DC.  The teams are comprised of journalists, politicians, and sports personalities are singing to help raise funds against child abuse and neglect.

Who are a few battling it out?  Topper Shutt and Angie Goff (WUSA9), Bret Baier (Fox News), Dana Bash (CNN), Luke

WJLA ABC7's Rebecca Cooper, Event Founder

Russert (NBC News), Brianna Keilar (CNN), James Rosen and Shannon Bream (Fox News), Doug Hill (ABC7) along with DC Councilmember Jack Evans, NASCAR driver Paulie Harraka, Tommy McFly (94.7 Fresh FM), Wes Johnson (the voice of the Washington Caps) and this is just the beginning.

All proceeds from the event benefit Childhelp,  a leading national non-profit organization dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect, for over 50 years.  Childhelp’s approach focuses on prevention, intervention and treatment.

Cheer for your favorite personalities and decide who in DC can sing and who may need a little more practice.

Cocktails will begin at 6:30pm and the Food and Singing will begin at 7:30 until 10pm.  Tickets are $500, ($250 for young professionals) and Sponsorship Opportunities are available from $5,000 to $50,000.  Register at Childhelp Capitol CAREaoke

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