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Talent shines in North Georgia
Dawsonville was full of talent from across the state as artists of all ages came to the Performing Arts Center to perform at North Georgia’s Got Talent this past weekend. No One Alone, a local domestic violence shelter serving Lumpkin and Dawson counties, hosted their second annual fundraising event after the huge success of the first talent show in 2017. Over the summer months, auditions were held and contestants donated $25 each to audition. Over 40 auditions were submitted and the final 13 were chosen to perform at the show. Talented individuals came from all over the state of Georgia to perform for the community, coming as far as Macon to perform for the good cause. Hughes Taylor packed up his electric guitar and came to Dawson County from Macon to perform “Gotta Find My Way Home” in his unique blues/rock style that impressed the judges and secured him the first place trophy.
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