Talent show raises money for charity

NOBLE COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) –  Performers from across the region put on quite a show Sunday in the third edition of Noble County’s Got Talent.

Singers, artists, dancers, and even magicians showed off their skills. All donations raised at the show will go to Common Grace Ministries in Noble County.

Organizers said the generosity of others allows them to support the community.

“Donations are how we do what we do, and so without the support of the community, we couldn’t help the community’s neighbors. We’ve had a lot of need with the energy crisis going on with propane in our area and high electric bills, so just keep your neighbors in mind and help out where you can,” Angie Kidd, Common Grace’s program director, said.

Common Grace Ministries offers food, furniture, and financial assistance to people in need in Noble County.

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