— TV Guide (@TVGuide) August 6, 2019
— Curtis Armstrong (@curtisisbooger) August 10, 2019
My memoir Life’s That Way is now on iTunes in its audiobook form. (The actual book is still out there, too.)
Life’s That Way by Jim Beaver https://t.co/wg1C4GFaZN
— Jim Beaver (@jumblejim) August 9, 2019
Alright, the lady, in her quest to help this world, is currently trying to help her old school. No funds for the arts, sports, clubs, the stuff we REMEMBER from HS. Let’s say for first 200 shirts? I’ll match ya’ll. Xojd https://t.co/kVQT5yJCTK
— Jeffrey Dean Morgan (@JDMorgan) August 5, 2019
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Here we go! Calling all Loudoun County friends and OTH fans! Twenty years ago, my high school – Park View High – in Sterling, Virginia was on it’s way to the Football State Championships. With a thriving PTA and Booster Clubs, the extra curricular scene in my hometown produced champions, scholarships and opportunity for all of us to expand our horizons and excel. Today, the scene is very different. Like many communities across America, our tight knit agricultural community was replaced when AOL built a headquarters there. Big Business did not do Sterling any favors, and as new housing developments were rapidly thrown up to accommodate the booming population, wealth and financial support for the Park View Patriots moved elsewhere. Last summer it was announced that Park View could not mount a Varsity football team for the first time in the school’s history. As I investigated the cause, a severe lack of funding and support for ALL extracurriculars became apparent. The booster clubs are a thing of the past, with most parents having to work multiple jobs or long hours to make ends meet. Park View is now a Title 1 school (that means over half the student body qualifies as low income) but it is right smack dab in the middle of the wealthiest county in America. Sound fair? I didn’t think so either. I’m launching my “High School Forever” campaign to ensure that the students of my alma mater receive the same support and opportunities that I was lucky enough to enjoy as a Park View Patriot. The stage in Park View’s auditorium was where I did my first play in third grade. The lawn of the school is where I had cheerleading practice in middle school. I participated in every club imaginable, staying after school for hours during my high school years. Then, as if all that wasn’t enough, I did an entire 4 more years of high school as a Tree Hill Raven. Now as an adult, I employ high schoolers at the candy shop my husband and I are co-owners of and I’m the director of Project Patriot. I have literally been in High School FOREVER. As we kick off back to school shopping, I hope your nostalgia for high school drives you to purchase one of these exclusive items! Thank you!❤️
Hey, Mates!! It’s time 🙂
Thanks to @Stands we have yet ANOTHER way to support @alzfdn and caregivers.
Do you miss #Ketch’s cross tattoo? Well no longer.
Get yours and also donate to this year’s tally going to a great cause:https://t.co/0mNBVOO1Cq#LTTU #Charming pic.twitter.com/gLoqjc4m63
— David Haydn-Jones (@DavidHaydnJones) August 9, 2019
You know what they say… all work and no play. A portion of these proceeds will be supporting @RightToPlayUSA. Get my charm & help them write a better future for kids in crisis! #Charming #SPNFamily https://t.co/I6mMvlPVb9 pic.twitter.com/5fe2Olfd3w
— Adam Fergus (@adamfergus) August 9, 2019
I know this is a bit shameless, but it’s my birthday tomorrow, & nothing would make me happier than getting some support from my #spn #futurama #andimack families for my 5K @HomeboyInd run on 9/21.Pls join or donate if you can!Every little bit helps!TY! ? https://t.co/gBTJdEHxFE pic.twitter.com/rYdPour0Yj
— Lauren Tom (@LaurenTom9000) August 3, 2019
The CGL TV Writers Room Doodles Charity Auction to benefit @pablove is now OPEN in Preview Mode! You have 2 weeks to peruse & register to bid before the auction opens. Enjoy!
Pre & post auction instructions: https://t.co/1if69OTnrY
— Cancer Gets Lost (@CancerGetsLOST) August 7, 2019