feature Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, co-hosts of the Emmy
Award-winning fourth hour of NBC's "Today" show, at 8 p.m. Friday,
College Foundation student scholarships. Since 2004, more than
$200,000 in Celebrity Forum Scholarships has been awarded to 86
Middlesex students. In addition to Celebrity Forum Scholarships,
the MCC Foundation annually awards more than $100,000 in
Kathie Lee," Gifford is also a successful actress, singer, songwriter,
playwright, author and philanthropist.
It Together," and in 2005 her first musical, "Under The Bridge" (book/
lyrics and contributing composer), opened off Broadway. In 2012, her
musical "Scandalous" (book/lyrics) received a Tony Award nomination.
2014, she self-published "Good Gifts, One Year in the Heart of a Home"
with more than $1 million in sales going directly to the Salvation Army's
Red Box Campaign. She is also a long-time supporter of the Association
to Benefit Children's Cody House and Cassidy's Place, which provide a
transitional home for infants and children who have severe disabilities
and serious medical problems.
Kearns Goodwin, Colin Powell, former President George Bush with