Musical icon Tiffany sings notes for charity in York

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80's singing sensation Tiffany -- sang notes for charity in York this weekend.

Fans lined up for a meet-and-greet at Waterway Bar and Grill Sunday evening. The 80's themed bash is one of several events being held to raise money for the Children's Miracle Network hospitals. This year's goal is $30 thousand dollars.

"I've been around kids that are here and that aren't here and that's the hard part. But I've also seen them smile on the outside, said Garret Lauer, ambassador of this year's Torch Relay.

For the past 10 years, Torch Relays have been in cities throughout the country raising money for the cause. This year, the national tour is hitting 20 cities and for the first time it's coming to York.

"When it's your community and it's your kids and it affects that you may know personally, it just brings it full circle," added singer Tiffany.

And the singer didn't disappoint. She held a concert after her meet-and-greet, Sunday evening. The Torch Relay will take place Monday at 5 p.m. at Foundary Park in York. All the money raised will benefit the Penn State Hershey Children's Hospital.

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