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By Jeff Pack
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The Unstoppables are ready to inspire in Temecula

 

Last updated 7/26/2019 at 1:07am

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The Unstoppables are a team of motivational speakers who will share their message at an event Wednesday, July 31, at Temecula Valley High School.

When asked how she came to have the idea to form a group of inspirational speakers consisting of beneficiaries associated with her Charity for Charity organization, Charity Prestifilippo said it was something she was called to do.

"Honestly, it was a weekend of sleepless nights – I feel like God gave me this vision," Prestifilippo said. "So, I thought through who would be right for it and invited them all to a meeting – the original 6 – at the end of the meeting, they all were all in."

The original group consisted of a young man named Tristan Brockbank, but he died not long after the group was formed, so then there were five.

The group came to be called The Unstoppables, a motivational speaking group, who will take the stage at Temecula Valley High School at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 31.

"I moved forward with the five until I got to know Kodi Lee and spoke with his mom about getting him involved," Prestifilippo said. "She committed him back in April, but he's been busy with 'America's Got Talent.'"

Lee will speak with the group at the July 31 show.

In addition to Lee, appearing at the performance will be Amy Martinez, Josh Williams, Kaitlyn Kress, Alex Ruiz and Kassidy Brewer.

"They each have their own message that all relate to choosing joy despite their challenges," Prestifilippo said. "Each will talk on subjects that include perspective, perseverance, redefining yourself, be yourself and see beyond the surface. Kodi will be something like resilience – they're still deciding on his 'word.'"

He will also perform two to three songs and participate in the group panel.

Prestifilippo is hoping the community will come out to support the group and said that anyone who attends will leave filled with joy.

"Everyone faces a challenge or difficulty in their life, whether it be physical, mental or emotional," she said. "We all must decide how we are going to handle it. This event will give everyone hope, inspiration, motivation and encouragement to face tomorrow and believe you can. At the very least, you will leave with a full heart."

"Experience The Unstoppables!" is presented by Charity for Charity and The Unstoppables and will take place inside the Temecula Valley High School Performing Arts Theater at 31555 Rancho Vista Road in Temecula,

Tickets are $10 per person and can be purchased by emailing [email protected] or at the door.

For more information about the show, call (951) 777-8277 or email [email protected]

To learn more about The Unstoppables, visit http://www.theunstoppablesmotivate.org.

Jeff Pack can be reached by email at [email protected]

 

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