Thursday, October 1, 2015

Lake Worth Has Talent! Talent show coming up soon to raise money for charity

A positive Lake Worth story from the Post's Kevin Thompson—uplifting comments and nary a negative observation—imagine that. The talent show is scheduled for Sunday, November 1st and you can read the entire article here. This is an excerpt:
These local acts are being judged by … Realtors.
     “Most of us have never been involved in something like this before,” said Steve Facella, a RE/MAX agent. “It’s been an eye-opening experience to be on this side of a production.”
     Before last week’s third audition, D’Arinzo said about 40 people tried out, ranging in age from age 9 to 90. Some of those acts included a rap dance group, opera singers and a comedian harpist.
     “The talent was good,” D’Arinzo [Bob D’Arinzo, a broker associate with RE/MAX] said. “There wasn’t anyone where you wanted to push a buzzer to get them off stage.”
Read about one of Lake Worth treasures, The Lake Worth Playhouse. This show is to help the Children's Miracle Network. Save The Date: November 1st.

If you have more positive, community news in the City of Lake Worth, suburban Lake Worth (including Palm Beach State College) and Greenacres here is how you contact the Post reporter:
Email: kthompson@pbpost.com
561-820-4573
Twitter: @kevindthompson1

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