Bainbridge State College to host community-wide talent show




Bainbridge State College SGA Vice President, Deion Ross; SGA President Alea Simmons; Sophomore Rep., Jessica Knight; and SGA Secretary, Cassandra Williams, represent the students at BSC while they strive to give back to them.
Bainbridge State College SGA Vice President, Deion Ross; SGA President Alea Simmons; Sophomore Rep., Jessica Knight; and SGA Secretary, Cassandra Williams, represent the students at BSC while they strive to give back to them.
Bainbridge State College SGA Vice President, Deion Ross; SGA President Alea Simmons; Sophomore Rep., Jessica Knight; and SGA Secretary, Cassandra Williams, represent the students at BSC while they strive to give back to them.

Applications are currently being accepted for BSC Student Government Association’s (SGA) “BSC-Factor”, a community-wide, family-friendly talent show, slated for 6 p.m., on Thurs., April 16, at the Charles H. Kirbo Regional Center auditorium. This event is free and open to the public. Tickets are not required for entry.

Bainbridge State is ready to showcase not only the students’ talent—but also the community’s talent with a spring talent show, open to anyone aged 16 and up. Parent/guardian signature is required for all applicants under the age of 18.

Talents involving dance, skits, songs or any other notable talent are encouraged to participate for cash prizes, as long as they are PG-rated. There will be a first, second and third place cash prize; $500, $300 and $200—respectively.

Individual and group talents are permitted to enter. There is no fee for applicant entry.

Prior to the event, a mandatory dress-rehearsal is scheduled for Wed., April 15, at 6 p.m.

Applications can be obtained on the Bainbridge State College campus by visiting any receptionist’s desk; or by e-mailing SGA at BSCSGA2015@gmail.com for an electronic copy.




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