Carson grad on 'millionaire' with fiance

Photo courtesy of Valleycrest Productions Ltd. Engaged couple Nick Aliberti, left, and Sierra Scott, center, are shown during a taping of "Wedding Week" on Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Scott, from Carson City, and Aliberti will be on Monday and Tuesday's shows, airing at 7 p.m. on ABC.

Photo courtesy of Valleycrest Productions Ltd. Engaged couple Nick Aliberti, left, and Sierra Scott, center, are shown during a taping of "Wedding Week" on Who Wants to be a Millionaire. Scott, from Carson City, and Aliberti will be on Monday and Tuesday's shows, airing at 7 p.m. on ABC.

Carson High School senior Melody Champion is collecting money for the Locks of Love Organization for her senior project.

She is not collecting hair, the monetary donations will help children who are suffering from hair loss.

She will hold an event in the spring to benefit the organization. To make a donation, contact Melody at 230-8545 and she will provide an addressing for mailing, or you can drop off your donation at Salon Chocolat, 710 N. Walsh St., 884-3667.

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Sierra Scott, 1999 Carson High School graduate and daughter of Carol and Jeffrey Scott of Carson City, will appear with her fiance, Nick Aliberti, on "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" Monday and Tuesday.

The week of Feb. 4-8 is "Wedding Week," in which engaged couples will play as a team before giving their final answer. The show is cosponsored by www.brides.com, which will give away a trip for two to Fiji to one lucky viewer through their Web site.

Scott, 26, is also a 2003 graduate of Webster University in St. Louis, Mo., and works as an actor in New York City.

Aliberti, 24, is the son of Dan and Denise McGrath of St. Louis and Bernie and Debbie Aliberti of Windsor, Ontario, Canada. He is a 2001 graduate of Parkway Sough High School in St. Louis and a 2005 graduate of Webster University. Nick is also an actor.

Sierra and Nick plan to marry in August at Lake Tahoe. When he proposed, Nick took Sierra ice skating at Rockefeller Center. As everyone else cleared the ice, their favorite holiday song, "Baby it's Cold Outside" began to play and Nick took Sierra to the center of the rink where he took out the ring and proposed.

The couple said if they win big on the show, they will go to Europe for their honeymoon, get a new mattress and hire an amazing band for their reception.

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