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RMA Publicity is excited to share that 14-year-old Sanya Pirani, founder of Sanya's Hope for Children, made her second national TV appearance on Dec. 21. She appeared in the third hour of Good Morning America, the "What You Need to Know Show," which airs at Noon CT.
Sanya's effort to help the homeless and impoverished children is what got her the national attention. The whirlwind began on Dec. 5 after RMA Publicity secured stories on WCCO TV and KSTP TV in Minneapolis about her holiday gift bag packing event. The stories that aired captured the attention of producers at both The Drew Barrymore Show and Good Morning America. who then called to arrange interviews. Sanya's story was featured on the Drew Barrymore Show on Dec. 11. Here she is reacting to news that the show will be donating $10,000 to her nonprofit.
Minnesota Public Radio also interviewed the teenager about her efforts the evening of Dec. 20.
Sanya Pirani is the Founder of Sanya's Hope for Children, a non-profit that supports the needs of children in Minnesota and around the world. Learn more about her work on her website: Sanyashopeforchildren.org.
This holiday season isn't turning out as planned for a lot of authors. The pandemic has made in person readings impossible, but thanks to technology, Janet Graber, author of The Sting of Love, was able to connect with her fans during a ZOOM event on Dec. 20. More than a dozen people attended her virtual reading and discussion. The Sting of Love is what reviewer Loretta Ellsworth calls "a tender jewel of a story that shows how war affects generations of people, and how messy, passionate, and heart- wrenching wartime love can be."
Learn more about Janet Graber's work at JanetGraber.com.
Now that the vaccine for COVID-19 has arrived in Minnesota, there is finally light at the end of the tunnel for the Twin Cities seniors who have been longing for a return to normalcy. While it’s not safe quite yet to resume indoor holiday parties, they did the next best thing on Dec. 20 outside The Waters of Oakdale senior living community.
KSTP TV was there as seniors lined up outside the community to watch a holiday parade make its way through the parking lot. In addition to the parade, Santa made an appearance. He poseed for socially distant pictures and visited with seniors and their families.
The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing a lot of people to rethink their holiday traditions, many of which involve group gatherings. There won’t be many company parties, cookie exchanges, or visits to the mall to see Santa this year.
But thanks to people like Tiffany Larson of Andover, Minn., that doesn’t mean the holiday is being cancelled. Larson has found a way to keep the Christmas Spirit alive for everyone who lives in her Andover, Minnesota neighborhood.
On Dec. 20, she arranged for Santa to visit the Miller’s Woods development in Andover. He was accompanied by Sprinkles the Elf from the Princess Party Pals children’s entertainment company. They went door-to-door and took photos with everyone who wanted to have one. Photography was provided by Suzanne Navarro, whose company is Suzanne Navarro Photography. As Santa and Sprinkles were making their way through the neighborhood, the White Rabbit Kitchen food truck owned by Chef Rob Michaletz and his wife, Tammy, made its way through the neighborhood. On the menu for the party was wild rice soup, chicken tenders, Christmas cookies and hot chocolate.
RMA Publicity arranged coverage of the event by KSTP Television and ABC Newspapers.