Launch Events Bring Two Nights of Faith and Friendship

Oct 2, 2009 | News | 0 comments

Two cities. Two special nights. Eleven special guests. One great cause. 

Tony Bennett, Ernie Harwell, Dave Barry, Bob Costas, Anita Baker, James McBride,  KEM, Angelo Cataldi, sportscaster Bernie Smilovitz, Rabbi Harold Loss, and Pastor Henry Covington all helped ring in the release of Mitch’s new book, Have a Little Faith. Nothing like your typical book party, the two premiere events in Philadelphia (9/29) and Detroit (9/30) raised thousands for area charities committed to faith and to helping the homeless. 

With song and laughter, conversation and friendship, one clear message rang through; faith is hope. 



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