Maine's Got Talent set for May 6

 The finalists in the Fourth Annual Maine’s Got Talent competition will showcase their talent for the chance to win $500 and bragging rights on Sunday, May 6, at the Morgan Hill Event Center in Hermon.

  The 2012 finalists include   Frederick Giordana III, a vocalist from South Portland; Julia Nadeau, a vocalist fromTopsham; Melanie Jordan, a vocalist from Dixfield; Marissa McGraw, an acrobatic dancer from Edinburg; Catherine Howe, a vocalist from Bangor; Ashley Smith, a freestyle beat boxer from Canaan; Elexis Dubose, a vocalist from Cherryfield; Alexandra Stauble, a vocalist from Portland; Joanne Pineau, a vocalist from Lisbon Falls; a barbershop quartet comprised of Merton Dana, Cay Outerbridge, Colby Hinson, and John Peotie from Jackson; Carolyn Glaude, a vocalist from Topsham; Alexis Bellefleur a vocalist of Auburn; Tyler Openshaw, a vocalist from Milbridge; Katherine Dube, a vocalist from Arundel; Madison Mitchell and Melissa Agneta, jazz dancers from Windham; Max Ater, a vocalist from Bath; and Alison Turtlott, a vocalist from LaGrange.

Doors open at 1 p.m.,  with a silent auction from 1:3 to 2:30 p.m..  The show begins at 3 p.m.  Refreshments will be served and a cash bar will be available.  Proceeds from this event will benefit the Miss Maine Scholarship Fund.

Tickets are $25 each and $15 for children under 12.  To get tickets to the finals or for more information, contact Linda Schoenfeldt at 207- 729-6341 or the Morgan Hill Event Center at 207- 848-7100. 

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Greg Viger's picture

Good luck Melanie Jordan

Good luck Melanie, make all of us proud!!!!! You rock

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