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See homegrown talent Saturday

See homegrown talent Saturday
Magician Cody Sanders of Adkins returns to the stage Nov, 12 in Floresville to amaze the audience with his talent.

The show must go on, and it will, on Saturday, Nov. 12, as La Vernia Shoestrings Stage Productions gathers talent from across the county for its “Wilson County’s Got Talent” show. Showtime is 7 p.m. in the Wiley Seale Auditorium in Floresville.

The nonprofit group working to bring the performing arts to a wider audience is building on the amazing success of its first production, “La Vernia’s Got Talent,” staged in the la Vernia Junior High School cafeteria last November. The show drew more than 250 audience members, who were treated to an array of talents, from music to magic and stand-up comedy to falling-down funny skits by the production crew.

A slate of 23 performers of all ages will entertain the audience this year. Returning acts include musician Dr. Thomas Leytham and magician Cody Sanders, among others.

Tickets are available at The La Vernia News office on Chihuahua Street in La Vernia, La Vernia Chiropractic & Massage, and the Wilson County News office in Floresville. Tickets are $5 pre-sale, or $6 at the door.

For more information, call Pascalle Bippert at 210-413-3900 or e-mail Shelley Henderson at

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