A teen talent show in Waterville this weekend is raising money to help keep kids and families safe.
The show will feature local students singing, playing music and dancing.
It's a fundraiser for the Family Violence Project, which supports abuse prevention programs in Kennebec and Somerset Counties.
The opening musical act is The Veayo Twins - sisters from Maine who've experience the pain of bullying and are using music to fight the problem.
The show is Sunday, March 10th from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Champions Banquet Center in Waterville.
Tickets are $5 and everyone's welcome.
Teen Talent Show in Waterville this Weekend
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