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2017-04-01 / Seen & Scene

Happy Valley’s Got Talent

Supporters of Happy Valley’s Got Talent to benefit the Tides Program gathered at Indigo for a pre-show reception sponsored by Metzger Animal Hospital on March 18. Happy Valley’s Got Talent, in its seventh year, is professionally produced by Jerry Sawyer and is the primary fundraiser event for the Tides program, a peer support program offered at no cost to grieving children, teens and the people who love them in Centre and surrounding counties. This year, the event featured an incredible showcase of more than 20 talented acts of kids ages 4 to18. Photos by Amy Crownover.

Mary Addis, Gail Weiser, Laura Forsyth and Amy ForsythMary Addis, Gail Weiser, Laura Forsyth and Amy ForsythViv Smith, Whitney Breon, Kiera Clarkson and Carly Clarkson with Massey, the new Medical Facility Dog at the Cancer Care PartnershipViv Smith, Whitney Breon, Kiera Clarkson and Carly Clarkson with Massey, the new Medical Facility Dog at the Cancer Care PartnershipChris Harner, Maureen Casey, Caleb Swartz and Jennifer WassonChris Harner, Maureen Casey, Caleb Swartz and Jennifer WassonSuzanne Thompson, Al Pringle and Jodi PringleSuzanne Thompson, Al Pringle and Jodi PringleMolly Snavely and Jackie HuntMolly Snavely and Jackie HuntFrank and Karen WilsonFrank and Karen Wilson

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