The Spiritswander/Keeping Up With The Roloff Family staff (unpaid staff that is since we all make the same amount of money for maintaining this site; 0 cents :-)) received an invitation to attend Martin (Marty) Klebba's charity event on March 4th, 2010 in Warren, Michigan. Proceeds are for Marty's foundation CoDa Foundation and The Amy Roloff Charity Foundation.
We're passing along the details to all of you to spread the word for this worthy event because it is for a good cause and the more people attending and supporting the event the better. If you want to attend, you can contact the email below -- as long as the event is not sold out, I'm sure they would welcome the support. It's a very affordable price for a fun evening.
Amy Roloff will be in attendance as well.
Tickets are only $30 per person, which honestly is a great price and it is to support charity. Even if you are a primarily just a Roloff fan, consider that for some of Matt and Amy's speaking engagements, the cost of tickets can be upwards of $75 - $100 and of course the Roloffs have their deal at their Farm where it costs $300 for 30 minutes with a Roloff. So if you would like be in attendance with a Roloff for an evening and support charity for an affordable price, this would be a great way.
Details of Martin Klebba's Charity Event:
Marty has been on LPBW several times, usually for the LPA events and fulfilling the bad guy, Darth Vader type of role on the LA Breaker teams the competed against Zach's team at the DAAA games. Marty and Amy are long time friends from back in Michigan. Marty and Matt Roloff were co-founders of the charity CoDa (Colliation for Dwarf Advocacy) which was featured on a couple of episodes of LPBW. Viewers will be seeing Marty Klebba with the Roloffs in the next addition of new episodes (returns this April) as Marty was part of Zach's team -- The Statesmen who competed in the World Dwarf Games - 2009 in Belfast, Ireland -- and spent the week with the entire Roloff family and the rest of athletes and their families.
"Spotlight is fundraising to raise awareness and money for the Amy Roloff Foundation and CoDA, (Coalition of Dwarf Advocacy.. helps to find orphan dwarfs a loving home). Spotlight will be bringing Hollywood to Detroit for these two worthy causes. At the Spotlight event you will feel like a celebrity the minute you step out of your car. The red carpet awaits you, paparazzi taking your photos as you enter the festivities. Spotlight will be having a DJ, dancing, silent auction, raffle, hor dourves, , and a cash bar.
Booths will be set up to get your pictures taken with a movie backdrops and celebrity impersonators. Some of the themes for the booths will be Star Wars, Pirates of the Caribbean, Iron Man, Predator, and Beauty and the Beast.
Celebs that will be in attendance:
Amy Roloff (Little People Big World)
Jake Busey (Starship Troopers/ Tomcat/ Twister)
Lee Arenberg (Pirates of the Caribbean/ Seinfeld)
plus you will never know who may stop in.
Attire- Dressy, Dress to impress, or something clean
Must be 21 and older to attend
$30 a ticket per person
27500 Donald Court.
Warren, MI 48092 US
Phone: 877.985.3237 or email Colin at
If you are not able to attend, but would still like to support the cause you can make a small tax exempt donation you can here:
Coalition for Dwarf Advocacy
22115 NW Imbrie Drive
Box 317 Hillsboro, OR 97124
CoDA EIN is 20-5397605 (Tax ID # )
Just in case any casual Little People, Big World fans are unaware, Marty Klebba is an actor best known for his roles in the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movies and TV roles on Scrubs and guest roles on the 'CSI' series.
Here are some more of Marty's pictures.
Marty is rabid Raiders fan. With Eric and Jeff Manuel and other Raider fanatics
On the set of Pirates.
Marty Klebba and Orlando Bloom
For any WWE fans. Marty and Rowdy Roddy Piper
This is Marty's picture of Jeremy. Marty originally captioned this:
"My nephew Jeremy! Stud!"
Marty spent the week chilling with the Roloffs and the rest of the athletes at the World Dwarf Games in Belfast. LPBW fans will see these episodes when the show returns in April.
Marty's picture of Molly. Marty originally captioned this:
"My niece Molly!"
If you're interested in attending and supporting Martin Klebba's event on March 4th, 2010 in Warren, Michigan, you can call 877.985.3237 or email Colin at