Welcome to the Horror Realm Convention site. September 18th - 20th 2009, Pittsburgh Pa.
Sponsored in part by
Rue Morgue magazine,
Library of the Living Dead,
Joseph Beth Booksellers,
Art Institute of Pittsburgh, and Masquerade/Halloween Adventure
The organizers of Horror Realm feel strongly about supporting charitable causes in our community. This year we are highlighting the following charities:
Light The Night Walk is The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's evening walk and fundraising event. It is the nation's night to pay tribute and bring hope to thousands of people battling blood cancers and to commemorate loved ones lost. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) funds lifesaving research that has contributed to major advances in the treatment of blood cancers and treatments for other types of cancer, such as chemotherapy and stem cell transplants. These treatments have helped patients live better, longer lives. New targeted therapies that kill cancer cells without harming normal tissue are providing drugs and procedures that are improving quality of life.
Our LLS raffle will be handled by the Duquesne University Law School Student Bar Association.
A personal note from Miss Dee, one of Horror Realmís organizers:
In 1984, I was diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma. This year I am celebrating 25 years of survival and wish to share my good fortune by raising funds for others afflicted with NHL and other blood cancers. We will be holding prize drawing raffles throughout the weekend, with all raffle ticket sale proceeds going to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Anyone wishing to donate a prize for the raffle should contact me at email@example.com.
If you are interested in making a donation to support my participation in the Light The Night Walk and help save lives, please visit my fundraising web site at http://pages.lightthenight.org/wpa/Pttsbrgh09/missdeecs. Thank you for your support!
The Denis Theatre Foundationís mission is to renovate, re-open and operate the Denis Theatre as an independent film theater, community cultural center and key contributor to the region's economic vitality. Mt. Lebanon's landmark Denis Theatre closed its doors to the public in 2004 after operating continuously as a theater since 1938. The foundation kicked off its efforts in spring 2008 to work to restore this community treasure! Volunteers will be manning a table at Horror Realm to sell prints of the theater in its heyday & theater seats (real, original seats!), accept donations, sign up volunteers and provide information on fundraising events. Visit their web site at http://www.denistheatre.org/.
Sponsored by Art Institute of Pittsburgh
Brought to you by
The Itís Alive Show Fan Club & Horrorrealmonline.com
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