At an event in the Tom Lee Music store on Granville Street, the band presented Surrey Mayor Dianne Watts with a $10,000 cheque for Sophie's Place, a child advocacy centre named after patron Sophie Tweed-Simmons, daughter of KISS bass guitarist and co-lead singer Gene Simmons.
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Frontman Paul Stanley also offered condolences to Calgary flood victims.
Hours before their arrival, KISS fans young and old lined up on Granville Street for a chance to meet the band.
The first 200 fans received autographs from KISS band members.Suggest a correction