Combat Radio Hosted Successful Christmas Event for Social Services

By Signal Contributor

Last update: Saturday, December 17th, 2016

Earlier this month, Combat Radio held their 6th Annual Christmas Event for Homeless Children and other Social Services at Salt Creek Grille.

The event featured some Disney legends like Margaret Kerry, who was the model for Walt Disney’s Tinker Bell and Bob Gurr, Designer of The Matterhorn, Monorail and Haunted Mansion.

Optimus Prime meets a fan. Photo by PB Sunde
Optimus Prime meets a fan. Photo by PB Sunde

In attendance were cast members from Star Wars, The Avengers, Transformers, X-Men and even Tom Kenny, the voice of SpongeBob, were all part of the action, but the real stars of this show were the children and families from different social service organizations.  These families were treated to a first class brunch which included presents, entertainment and a visit from Santa Claus.

Combat Radio ran a live radio and TV broadcast, which will be available on the internet, which covered the festivities and featured actors and  TV producers from The Flash, Aladdin, Bones, Criminal Minds, X-Files  and more.

Mickey and Minnie on the red carpet with Santa by Photo PB Sunde
Mickey and Minnie on the red carpet with Santa by Photo PB Sunde

You can see more of the event and other upcoming Combat Radio events here: https://www.facebook.com/Combat.Radio/

 

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Combat Radio Hosted Successful Christmas Event for Social Services

C3-PO gets a hug from a guest. Photo by Michael McMaster

Earlier this month, Combat Radio held their 6th Annual Christmas Event for Homeless Children and other Social Services at Salt Creek Grille.

The event featured some Disney legends like Margaret Kerry, who was the model for Walt Disney’s Tinker Bell and Bob Gurr, Designer of The Matterhorn, Monorail and Haunted Mansion.

Optimus Prime meets a fan. Photo by PB Sunde
Optimus Prime meets a fan. Photo by PB Sunde

In attendance were cast members from Star Wars, The Avengers, Transformers, X-Men and even Tom Kenny, the voice of SpongeBob, were all part of the action, but the real stars of this show were the children and families from different social service organizations.  These families were treated to a first class brunch which included presents, entertainment and a visit from Santa Claus.

Combat Radio ran a live radio and TV broadcast, which will be available on the internet, which covered the festivities and featured actors and  TV producers from The Flash, Aladdin, Bones, Criminal Minds, X-Files  and more.

Mickey and Minnie on the red carpet with Santa by Photo PB Sunde
Mickey and Minnie on the red carpet with Santa by Photo PB Sunde

You can see more of the event and other upcoming Combat Radio events here: https://www.facebook.com/Combat.Radio/

 

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