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Local nonprofit supporting families affected by disabilities to hold “Night of Stars” talent show in Dawson County
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This Saturday, local nonprofit ConnectAbility will holds its annual Clifford Hudson Memorial Night of Stars talent show at the Dawson County High School Performing Arts Center, showcasing a wide range of talent acts guaranteed to entertain attendees of all ages. 

The show is scheduled to take place on Saturday Feb. 4 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the high school’s Performing Arts Center, located at 1665 Perimeter Road. The event will feature dynamic emcees, a live band, sound and lights and a diverse selection of different talents on display. Refreshments will be available. 

The event is free for anyone to attend, and tickets are required. To reserve a free ticket online before the event, go to

ConnectAbility, Inc. is a Dahlonega-based nonprofit offering support for families affected by disability by providing programs for all family members, including parents, siblings and extended family in addition to the children and adults with disabilities. In addition to the annual talent show, the organization holds several other events throughout the year as part of its goal to create communities for people of all abilities. 

For more information about ConnectAbility, go to