4th Annual Kick Up Your Heels Fundraiser for the
Lancaster Opera House!
Courtney Stodden Autographed High Heels!
A special thank you to Courtney and her management team for their generosity and support!
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Item: A pair of stiletto open toe gold pumps worn and autographed by Courtney Stodden.
Description: Gold glitter open-toe Steve Madden platform pumps. Man made upper. Synthetic sole.
Condition: Moderately worn. In excellent condition for displaying.
Autograph: The right shoe is autographed by Courtney on bottom sole of heel in black marker.
Brand: Steve Madden
Heel Height: 4 3/4"
Courtney Stodden is a 17-year old recording artist, singer/songwriter, actress and model who currently resides in Ocean Shores, Washington, as well as Hollywood, California. At the age of 12, Courtney was signed with "John Casablanca Modeling Agency" and then with "ABC Model & Talent". At 15, she was entered in Donald Trump's Miss Universe Organization to become Miss Ocean Shores, WA USA, and to represent her city in the Miss Washington USA Pageant. Her platform was "Skin Cancer Awareness Amongst Teens." Mayor Dean Bunkers of Ocean Shores, awarded Courtney with a proclamation to the town for her city works.
Courtney writes, composes, and records all of her music and is currently putting together a 3-song CD demo entitled "Courtney" and featuring her original songs, "We are America", "Crazy", and "Car Candy". The artist is also preparing to perform her tribute anthem, "We are America", in a live performance for the troops at Fort Lewis/McChord, WA ... in honor of their tireless service to our country ...
For information on Courtney Stodden and to hear more of her music: WWW.MYSPACE.COM/COURTNEYSTODDEN and WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/COURTNEYSTODDEN.
All items will come with a certificate of authenticity from the Lancaster Opera House.
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All money raised for this fundraiser will go towards the programming and development of children's workshops. The Lancaster Opera House is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) Performing Arts Theater.
The Lancaster Opera House is a reminder of an early American tradition. In previous centuries, it was not unusual to combine a music hall with a town’s main governmental building. These multi-functional halls were often called “Opera Houses”, whether or not opera was, in fact, performed. The Lancaster Opera House, designed by George J. Metzger, is one of only a few such Town Hall Opera Houses left in the country.
The restoration of the Opera House was started as a Bicentennial Project in 1975, with funding from the Town of Lancaster, State of New York, and numerous other public and private sources. When restoration began, forty seven cots, and a number of helmets were among the debris stacked on the floor of the auditorium. What had been a musty storeroom was on its way back to its turn of the century beauty. A new stairwell and elevator were built on to the East end of the Town Hall to provide handicapped access; the ceiling and walls were repaired; and four temporary rooms which had been built in the West corners of the balcony and auditorium were removed. The auditorium floor was stripped of a linoleum covering and refinished, the plaster frieze work of the proscenium arch was returned to its original state, and lighting fixtures which duplicated the original combination gas and electric fixtures were searched out and installed. St. Mary’s Elementary School in Lancaster, which was scheduled for demolition at the time, yielded wainscoting and hardware, which were used in the project.
After six years of hard work, the Opera House reopened on September 20, 1981. Once again, it is a performing arts and community center, looking as much as it did on opening night in 1897. The renovation of the basement and first floors of the Town Hall, which houses town offices, was completed in the Fall of 1987. Displayed on the left side of the balcony are the original wooden balcony seats from 1897. The Opera House received a prestigious Pewter Plate award from the Landmark Society of the Niagara Frontier for outstanding renovation and operations of a historic venue.
The 4th Annual "Kick Up Your Heels" online auction will feature over 100 items in the months of January and February. Here is a list of the celebrity participants for this event.
2012 4th Annual “Kick Up Your Heels” Auction
Campanella , Alyssa
Hart, Melissa Joan
Inaba, Carrie Ann
Ludwig, Dr. Robi
Parker, Sarah Jessica
Schlesslinger, Dr. Laura