Monday, April 9, 2012

Claremont nonprofit to celebrate with sneaker extravaganza

Stand up comedian James P. Connolly, and singer/songwriters Rachel Belman and Emi Meyer will entertain at the first-ever Shoes That Fit Sneaker Ball on Saturday, April 21, at the historic Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood.

The ball commemorates Shoes That Fit's one millionth pair of shoes donated to schoolchildren in the United States and the 20th anniversary of the Claremont-based nonprofit organization.

"Southern California's philanthropic community will come together for this spectacular evening of inspiration and entertainment with gourmet dining, silent and live auctions and many surprises," said Shoes That Fit Executive Director Roni Lomeli.

Sponsors for the evening include long-time partner Nordstrom, and shoe giants New Balance and Cole Haan.

Shoes That Fit will also unveil its 20th anniversary video by Emmy-nominated videographer Todd Covelli, celebrating their work of the first 2 decades. Three special guests, who were instrumental in the organization's success, will also be honored.

For information, visit or call 800-715-4333.

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