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The 16th Annual Got Skills! Talent Show



350 South McPherrin Avenue
Monterey Park , CA United States

Pacific Clinics – Asian Pacific Family Center and the San Gabriel Valley Alcohol and Other Drugs Prevention and Policy Youth Council will host the 16th Annual Got Skills! Talent Show on Friday, May 19, 2017 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM at Barnes Park Amphitheater in Monterey Park, CA. This substance-free event is organized for the youth by the youth to promote the idea that young people can have fun without using alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. We will give away free T-shirts and other giveaways to the audience throughout the night! This year, we will feature 10 contestants ranging from ages 12 to 18.

First place winner receives $200, second place winner earns $150, and third place winner takes home $100. Our event is supported by Monterey Park Police Department-Crime Impact Team, LA County Friday Night Live Partnership, Man-E Moreno Foundation, Full Living Benefits, and the Eastside Optimist Club.

The talent show is open to all residents, parents, families, youth, and others. Tickets are on sale now $3 presale and can be purchased at Asian Pacific Family Center. They may also be purchased for $5 at the door on the day of the event.

Pacific Clinics – Asian Pacific Family Center is a private, non-profit community-based organization. For more information about Got Skills!, please contact [email protected] or (626) 287-2988 or visit us at www.facebook.com/SGVGotSkills for regular updates.

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