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Local talent to be showcased at Saturday’s Relay for Life event

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Pastor Jonathan Davis (above) of Urbanna Baptist Church will emcee the show and also perform.

The second annual “Relayers Got Talent” will be held Saturday, March 15, at 7 p.m. at St. Clare Walker Middle School in Locust Hill. Pastor Jonathan Davis from Urbanna Baptist Church will emcee the show and also perform.  

There will be a People’s Choice Award that will be presented to the talent who raises the most money for Relay for Life during the show.

The lineup for talent during the evening will be Clayton Powell, Jalisa Carter, Morgan Milby, Cindy Kellar, Rachel Brooks, Rachel Fullin, Shelby Miles, Lauren Blue, Carey Darnell, “The Habit” (Donavan Dewolf and Ian Gallaher), Jacque Sandate, Noah Woolard, Zola DeBeau, Jonathan Patrick, Taylor Witcher, Mimi Beverly, Elyssa Fauntleroy, “The Next Generation” (Calvary Baptist Church), “Time to Mime” (Alexis Beverly and Dashonda Kelly), and Pastor Jonathan Davis.

The honorary guest for the evening will be Kirstin Cole, a Middlesex High graduate who continues to recover from a 2013 automobile accident.

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Clayton Powell (above) will perform a song in memory of his “Pop Pop” (David Keith Williams Sr.) at the “Relayers Got Talent” show this Saturday at 7 p.m. at St. Clare Walker Middle School in Locust Hill.

Admission will be $5 and tickets will be sold at the door. All proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society.

Relay for Life Middlesex teams will hold a silent auction, bake sale and 50/50 raffle during the show and at intermission.

Co-chairs Theresa Anderson and Annette Greenwood will be available to assist those interested in Middlesex Relay 2014 and how to partner with Relay.

“We both have a passion and as survivors we want to contribute to the ongoing effort not only to raise funds, but also awareness for the largest fund-raising event in the nation. Come out and support our Relay for Talent because every dollar makes a difference in a cancer patient’s life,” said Greenwood.

posted 03.12.2014

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