Adult day care seeks local talent for annual summer variety show
Special emphasis is on local talent - students and adults who would like free public exposure.
Honored guests will be the clients of Norco Adult Day Care, and the public is invited to attend.
The date for the show is July 25 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Anyone interested in donating their time is asked to call Kathy at 985-764-7223.
The variety show is the annual fund raiser for Norco Adult Day Care. Tickets for the show will be on sale at the center, which is located at 425 Spruce St. or from staff and volunteers at Norco Adult Day Care.
Tickets are $2 each. Door prizes will also be given away at intermission.
Winners of door prizes do not have to present to collect their prize. Refreshments will also be available.
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