Talent Show on Feb. 23 Benefits Charitable Projects of Kiwanis Club of Marble Falls
MARBLE FALLS — The Highland Lakes is known for fun on the water, shopping, restaurants — and talented residents.
And now, those residents can show off their talents.
The Kiwanis Club of Marble Falls is holding “An Evening of Entertainment” at 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, at First Baptist Church, 901 La Ventana Drive.
The show will raise money for the local charitable organization.
“People will see some things they haven’t seen before,” said organizer Amy Childress of the Kiwanis Club.
The show will open with a patriotic number.
Performers include the Llano High School Jazz Band, the Wildflowers dance group, The Church at Horseshoe Bay music director Garry Kessler, and Hill Country Community Theatre performers Seth Smith, Michelle Kessler, Nancy Ashley, Johnny and Patricia White, and Childress.
Admission is $15, and tickets may be purchased at the door or in advance at Hill Country Health Store, 2304 U.S. 281 in Marble Falls.
Money raised from the event will help the Kiwanis pay for children’s health services, youth leadership development, college scholarships and tuition for local students, and community youth sports registration fees, as well as support the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Highland Lakes.
The show is in need of more acts. Performers must be 16 or older. Text Childress at (208) 946-3939 for more information.
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