Starkey Hearing Foundation
Dozens of lives will have changed by Tuesday tonight after being asked four simple words “can you hear that?” And “hear” is the imperative word. Hearing loss is often untreated because screenings and hearing aids are too expensive or not easily available.
Smiles mark the faces of 22 of Minnesota’s Special Olympics athletes. They’re not beaming cheek to cheek because of what they’ve done – they’re happy over what they’re about to do, hear more clearly.
A 9-year-old boy lost all his belongings in a house fire on Christmas Eve, but on Wednesday he received a special gift.
The Twin Cities are getting the Hollywood treatment Saturday night as the red carpet is rolled out for some big-name celebrities. It’s all part of the Starkey Hearing Foundation’s annual awards gala at St. Paul’s RiverCentre. It raises money to help give hearing aids to people in underdeveloped countries.
Top names in music, sports, film and television showed their support for The Starkey Hearing Foundation at its 11th annual “So the World May Hear” gala on Sunday night at the St. Paul RiverCentre.
There was a taste of Hollywood in the Twin Cities on Sunday night with celebrities walking the red carpet before the Starkey Hearing Foundation’s annual gala.
Red carpet interviews from the 2010 [lastfm]Starkey Hearing Foundation Gala[/lastfm]
THE STARS COME OUT July 25th at the St. Paul RiverCentre to support the Starkey Hearing Foundation and the 10th Anniversary So the World May Hear Awards Gala sponsored by Best Buy.