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  • Little Falls Has Talent to present 'A Night To Remember'

  • Little Falls Has Talent will present “A Night To Remember” on Saturday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the Benton Hall Auditorium on Petrie Street.

    The event is expected to bring out the talent that exists not only in the city of Little Falls, but also in the surrounding area.

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  • Little Falls Has Talent will present “A Night To Remember” on Saturday, April 27, at 7:30 p.m. in the Benton Hall Auditorium on Petrie Street.
    The event is expected to bring out the talent that exists not only in the city of Little Falls, but also in the surrounding area.
    The event will be made up of students, faculty, business professionals and business owners who will offer their comedy, dance, vocal and musical talents.
    “Reviews from past years have been overwhelming and this year I promise will even be better,” said Little Falls Has Talent Master of Ceremonies and Herkimer County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director John Scarano. “This is my third year as an MC for the event and this year we've incorporated students and local business people, and the talent has been working very hard to make this year's show a great one.”
    Scarano said Larry Sargeant, an educator at Little Falls High School has worked hard to assemble the talent, with some coming as far away as Schenectady.
    A must see is the Russian Ballet “Black Swan” preformed by David Malone, Larry Sargeant, Mike Ogden and Bob Vespi, added Sacarno.
    Chancy Tancredi will perform a Bobby Darin tribute and lastly, the finale with Mike Catalina and friends is expected to leave the crowd calling for an encore, he said.
    “The show is well worth the admission and it's a great cause for the Rotary Club scholarship program, which helps students in the area,” Scarano said.
    A bake sale and a 50-50 raffle will take place during intermission sponsored by the Little Falls High School Future Business Leaders of America.
    Admission will be $7 for adults and $5 for students.
    Tickets may be purchased at the door or from a Rotary Club member.
    Event proceeds will benefit the Rotary scholarship fund.
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