Still time to signup for annual talent competition

Similkameen Country is putting on the annual talent competition on July 1

  • Jun. 13, 2018 9:39 a.m.

Do you have a talent you want to show your friends and neighbours?

Well, make sure to enter into this year’s Similkameen Country’s Got Talent competition being held Canada Day.

Hundreds of dollars are up for grabs in the half-day long competition. The competition is broken into two age categories under 12 and over 12.

The over 12 competitors will be vying for $100 cash prize, $50 second prize, and $25 third prize the coveted people’s choice award is $50.

For those under 12 the first place prize is $50 and second prize is $25.

Similkameen Country, the Keremeos and area Chamber of Commerce has been holding the talent competition the last few years. Winners have ranged from dancers to musicians and even actors.

For more information contact Colleen at 250-499-5225 or email siminfo@nethop.net.

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