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First annual North Georgia’s Got Talent winners crowned
Proceeds to benefit local domestic violence shelter
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Contestants of the first ever North Georgia’s Got Talent hosted by No One Alone wait to hear who won the honor of first prize at the Oct. 14 finale. - photo by Allie Dean
No One Alone, a local domestic violence shelter, held its first annual North Georgia’s Got Talent event this past weekend with contestants from all over the state participating to raise funds for the shelter that serves Dawson and Lumpkin counties. Because it costs over $95 to run the shelter each day, fundraising is a key element for NOA, which last year provided emergency shelter and support services to over 1,100 people, in addition to advocates responding to over 3,759 crisis calls.