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Cloquet is looking for folks with talent

The fifth annual "Cloquet's Got Talent" competition is looking for all kinds of exciting talent. Three nights of entertainment are scheduled for two age divisions: Division 1 is for competitors ages Pre-K through sixth grade while Division 2 is f...

The fifth annual "Cloquet's Got Talent" competition is looking for all kinds of exciting talent. Three nights of entertainment are scheduled for two age divisions: Division 1 is for competitors ages Pre-K through sixth grade while Division 2 is for grades 7-12 and adults.

Application and rules are available online at www.CloquetCommunityEd.com and also at the Community Education office (enter door No. 2 at the Cloquet Middle School) and in all school building offices. Application deadline is Monday, April 25, and should be submitted to the Community Education office with an entrance fee of $10. Proceeds will go to the Arts for Students.

Division 1 participants will start out the competition at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 26, at the Cloquet High School Auditorium, 1000 18th St.

Two days later, Division 2 participants will begin competition at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 28, at the Cloquet High School Auditorium.

Final competition for both divisions will be held at 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 29.

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Tickets for each night are $5 adults and $3 students. Winners may take home the following cash prizes: Division 1- $100, $50 and $25; and Division 2 - $200, $100 and $50.

"Cloquet's Got Talent" is sponsored by the Comprehensive Arts Planning Program and Cloquet Community Education and Recreation.

~ Community Education press release

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