Entries are being accepted for a fund raiser showcasing the talent of local and area youth, called “Trenton’s Got Talent.”
The Trenton Rotary Club sponsors the event scheduled the night of Saturday April 23rd at Trenton High School.
Proceeds are earmarked for the Trenton vocal and instrumental music departments.
Featured on KTTN’s Open Line, two members of the Rotary Club committee are working on the talent showcase. Here is Melissa King and Dan Wiebers with the entire Open Line program.
Entries are being accepted for any talent presentation involving youth from five years up through college age. They may perform as an individual or group but if a group, at least one member must live in Grundy County.
There’s no cost to enter, however it is requested entries be submitted as soon as possible to allow the committee to organize the acts. Persons can obtain an entry form from Melissa King at Hometown Pharmacy or from Dan Wiebers at the Trenton R-9 school district office. No judging of entries.
Admission on April 23rd is just five dollars. Tickets are being sold at locations including the R-9 district office, Hometown Pharmacy, GFG Agri Services, and the Republican-Times office.
The cost includes a dessert bar which is at intermission.
Third annual Trentons’ Got Talent begins at 7 o’clock the night of April 23rd.