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slides: Party Report: Camp Fire 5th Annual Celebrity & Youth Talent Show

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

 

Camp Fire

Camp Fire Chair Chad Marriott onstage at Camp Fire 5th Annual Talent Show. Photo by Byron Beck

Camp Fire Columbia's 5th Annual Celebrity & Youth Talent Show raised over $90,000 in support of inspiring youth to achieve their aspirations, graduate on time, and love the outdoors. 

The goal of the night was to encourage the community at large to continue help ing youth find their “spark,” hence the title of the evening: “Ignite The Spark!” 

The talent show was hosted by their returning Master of Ceremonies, Dale Johannes and the  auctioneer was Ian Lindsay. The “lip sync” battle was performed by Ramiyah Baker-Blunt, Kate Westfall, Maggie Cech, and KOIN-TV’s Jenny Hansson, who took home the battle crown. 

Other performers included students from Cesar Chavez Middle School, Gilbert Heights Elementary, and Menlo Park Elementary. Alana Eckert was given the Volunteer Award for all of her contributions to Camp Fireover the past decades.

One of the highlights of the evening was Sarahi Mejia, who shared her personal story with attendees. Sarahi's story exemplifies the core of Camp Fire's work - that every student has the ability to succeed, grow, and thrive with support from adults who listen, care, and inspire.

Event sponsors included Comcast, Fred Meyer, The Standard, Think AV, NW Natural, Matisse Funds, Mattecheck & Associates, Wieden + Kennedy, Stoel Rives LLP, and The Boeing Company. 

 

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Camp Fire Columbia's  5th annual Celebrity & Youth Talent Show raised over $90,000 in support of inspiring youth to achieve their aspirations, graduate on time, and love the outdoors.

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Deanna and Emily

Boeing's Deanna Haley and Camp Fire Executive Director Emily Gililand. Camp Fire Columbia's  5th annual Celebrity & Youth Talent Show raised over $90,000 in support of inspiring youth to achieve their aspirations, graduate on time, and love the outdoors.

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Morel Ink's Bill Dickey and Campfire board member Jake Kindrachuk. Camp Fire Columbia's  5th annual Celebrity & Youth Talent Show raised over $90,000 in support of inspiring youth to achieve their aspirations, graduate on time, and love the outdoors.

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Standard Insurance's Bob Speltz. Camp Fire Columbia's  5th annual Celebrity & Youth Talent Show raised over $90,000 in support of inspiring youth to achieve their aspirations, graduate on time, and love the outdoors.

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Aaron Smith, Stephen Marc Beaudoin and Carl Halvorson. Camp Fire Columbia's  5th annual Celebrity & Youth Talent Show raised over $90,000 in support of inspiring youth to achieve their aspirations, graduate on time, and love the outdoors.

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Crystal and Jason

Crystal Lamb and Jason Zidell. Camp Fire Columbia's  5th annual Celebrity & Youth Talent Show raised over $90,000 in support of inspiring youth to achieve their aspirations, graduate on time, and love the outdoors.

Photo by Byron Beck.

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Dana and Jake

Dana Comella and Jake Kindrachuk. Camp Fire Columbia's  5th annual Celebrity & Youth Talent Show raised over $90,000 in support of inspiring youth to achieve their aspirations, graduate on time, and love the outdoors.

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Chad Marriott

Camp Fire Chair Chad Marriott onstage at the Crystal Ballroom. Camp Fire Columbia's  5th annual Celebrity & Youth Talent Show raised over $90,000 in support of inspiring youth to achieve their aspirations, graduate on time, and love the outdoors.

Photo by Byron Beck.

 
 

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