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44th Annual CDC Talent Show this Friday

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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Child Development Centre’s Talent Show is taking place at the North Peace Cultural Centre on Friday.

The 44th Annual Talent Show will see some tweaks compared to last year, with a greater variety of acts. Mayor Lori Ackerman and other members of City Council will also be performing a skit.

“We will see a wide range of performers of all different ages,” said Early Years Coordinator Crystal Kalas. “The youngest acts we have is our three years old’s, while the oldest is in the fifty-year-old area.”

Kalas added that this year’s fundraising goal is $100,000 which will go towards a much-needed wheelchair accessible van and whatever is left over will pay off project ‘Build a Ford.’

Earlier this month, Fort St. John Council proclaimed February as CDC month in the Energetic City.

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In addition, the CDC will be at Save-On-Foods for Moose FM’s Day for the Kids Radiothon on Thursday. Moose FM will also be broadcasting the Friday night talent show live on Facebook.

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