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Nicole Richie and Joel Madden Host UNICEF's Snowflake Lighting Ceremony

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Good news for all the Nicole Richie/Joel Madden fans out there! UNICEF just announced that on Saturday, November 22th, the pair will host UNICEF’s 2008 Beverly Hills Snowflake Lighting ceremony at the intersection of Rodeo Drive and Wilshire Boulevard in Beverly Hills, CA.

The ceremony highlights the City of Beverly Hills’ “Light the Night” annual holiday event where the UNICEF Snowflake and the 20 Baccarat chandeliers that grace Rodeo Drive are illuminated to kick off the holiday season.

Carl Stern, President and Chief Executive Officer of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF, said: “We are honored to have Joel and Nicole participate in the Beverly Hills lighting ceremony. With their tremendous commitment to UNICEF’s child survival mission, Joel and Nicole are the perfect people for UNICEF to share this meaningful tradition with.”

The evening consists of family activities, performances by Kreesha Turner and The 88 and a fireworks display atop the Beverly Wilshire — a Four Seasons Hotel — which is home to the west coast UNICEF Snowflake.

Festivities begin at 3:00pm with the official lighting at 6:00pm and all are welcome!. To find out more, visit UNICEF’s website!

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