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Project Forward to present ‘Top City Talent Show’

Project Forward, a Topeka organization focused on community engagement and volunteerism, has announced their inaugural “Top City Talent Show,” a community celebration and volunteer benefit, this coming Sunday, December 27th, at 6:00 pm.

UPDATE: Project Forward has now changed their name to Top Teer.

The Top City Talent Show virtual event is free and open to the general public. This year’s Top City Talent Show is co-hosted by SevenEightFive magazine and the Topeka Performing Arts Center, and will be available via livestream on most devices with an internet connection, including Smart TVs.

Donations are encouraged, and all proceeds go directly towards supporting the volunteer effort in Topeka. Additionally, proceeds will be raised through a live art auction throughout the show, thanks to the generous donations of several local artists.

S.J. Hazim, one of the performers in the upcoming show, said the following: “We wanted to adjust with the times and still celebrate together while staying apart.”

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Project Forward is a non-profit organization focused on moving communities forward by making kindness and connection sustainable.

For more information or to RSVP for the event, visit Project Forward’s website (http://projectforwardtopcity.org), visit their Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/projectforwardtopcity), or contact Connor England at (785) 224-9633.

UPDATE: You can watch the talent show in it’s entirety by visiting Top Teer’s website and you can vote for your favorite act.

–Lee Hartman | Metro Voice

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