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Lesley Haenny is the Seattle Editor for Miss A. She is an Air Force wife now living in the Seattle area. Prior to living in Seattle, Lesley spent 7 years in Washington, DC, working as a Congressional liaison. She grew up in a small, mountain town in Southern California, sandwiched between an older sister and a younger brother. Her two hard working parents taught her to always go for the clearance rack, bring your lunch everyday, work hard for what you have, and always take the opportunity to travel and play outside. Lesley has been actively involved in various charities such as the Animal Resource Foundation, Komen For the Cure, Prevent Cancer Foundation, American Diabetes Association and the Race for Hope (benefitting the National Brain Tumor Society and Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure).

Talk It Up TV Launch Party In Seattle

Thursday, April 30, 2015, the EMP Museum will host Talk It Up TV’s launch party, Night of the Stars.

Anny Havland (Photo Credit: Talk It Up TV)

Anny Havland (Photo Credit: Talk It Up TV)

Night of the Stars will include celebrity guests, a full buffet style dinner with silent auction and cocktail hour prior. During the program guests will witness an unexpected and shocking act of kindness, special live performance and the option to jump in on the over the top live auction.  Proceeds from Night of the Stars will benefit the Talk It Up Foundation.

Executive produced and hosted by Anny Havland, Seattle-based, Talk It Up TV is produced by the Talk It Up Foundation, a 501C3 non-profit organization that produces the award winning web-series that shares uplifting stories. They find stories of those who have gone through tragic situations in life that are in need of help and are deserving and come in when least expected and provide a shocking act of kindness. The uplifting show has made a huge impact in the lives of many in the local area. They have helped feed the homeless, supported a dog rescuer, provided life changing makeovers to a cancer survivor and two girls with Autism, among many other stories.

Thursday, April 30, 2015 from 6:30 – 10 p.m.

EMP Museum
325 5th Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
Ph. 206-770-2700

Please click here to purchase tickets.


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