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Kailey Jackson performs an acrobatic dance number to the song E.T. during the Langley Has Talent semi-finals, which were held earlier this month at Christian Life Assembly. The top 13 acts from the competition — including Jackson — will perform again at the May 5 finals, which will also held at the church on 56 Avenue. Like last year, the second annual Langley Has Talent — co-sponsored by Langley’s Rotary Clubs —  will raise funds for a new performing arts theatre in Langley. Tickets for the finals are available at the Langley Times office, 20258 Fraser Hwy., or online at  langleyhastalent.ca. - Miranda GATHERCOLE/Langley Times
Kailey Jackson performs an acrobatic dance number to the song E.T. during the Langley Has Talent semi-finals, which were held earlier this month at Christian Life Assembly. The top 13 acts from the competition — including Jackson — will perform again at the May 5 finals, which will also held at the church on 56 Avenue. Like last year, the second annual Langley Has Talent — co-sponsored by Langley’s Rotary Clubs — will raise funds for a new performing arts theatre in Langley. Tickets for the finals are available at the Langley Times office, 20258 Fraser Hwy., or online at langleyhastalent.ca.
— image credit: Miranda GATHERCOLE/Langley Times
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