|WHAT:||An original painting depicting Playboy Magazine’s first-ever cover has been donated to Hollygrove, the children’s services agency where Marilyn Monroe lived as a young child. Hugh Hefner has signed the painting. The Gallery at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre has the painting on display now through Aug. 31 (except Aug. 5). The painting will also be displayed at a memorial reception hosted by the Marilyn Remembered fan club. The painting is offered at a base price of $10,000. Bids for the painting are to be made to Cathy Kort, Hollygrove, (323) 775-3339|
|WHO:||Hollygrove, a children’s services agency|
|WHEN:||Memorial display: Sunday, August 5th, 2012 1:00 – 2:30 pm|
|Grauman’s July 28 – Aug. 31, 2012 (except August 5)|
|WHERE:||Memorial: Westwood Presbyterian Fellowship Hall, 10822 Wilshire Blvd. L.A. 90024|
|New gallery entrance to Grauman’s Chinese 6 Theatres at Hollywood & Highland|
|WHY:||Painting has been donated to benefit Hollygrove, the one-time home of Marilyn Monroe during her young childhood. Proceeds will help Hollygrove continue its work serving children and families in crisis due to abuse and neglect.|
|PHONE #:||(323) 775-3339|
Hollygrove now serves more kids than ever before in its 100-year history in Hollywood. Hollygrove is an agency of EMQ FamiliesFirst, the largest children’s services provider in the western United States. The agency is recognized for innovative services that help families recover from trauma, abuse and addiction, and rebuild their lives. Hollygrove fights for sustainable change and advocates for improvements in the local, state and federal systems that serve children in need. For more information, please visit http://www.hollygrove.org.
Sandy Smith, 310-560-8372
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