Boca’s Got Talent a Huge Success

The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, a national foundation headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, packed the Dubliner for this year’s “Boca’s Got Talent” show and event sponsored by Plum Productions.  Held at the Dubliner in Boca Raton, where karaoke is popular, as part of Boca Festival Days to provide talent with a lifetime of “bragging rights.”

The evening attracted many talents including comedians, singers and musicians.  Judges such as 14-year-old fiddle marvel Maggie Baugh and NBC’s The Voice and #TeamShakira’s Breakout Star, Monique Abbadie had the audience cheering and dancing with a full-fledged concert feel.

Lori McQuestion, better known as “Two Story Lori,” was right on key with all her jokes while emceeing in keeping the audience entertained while introducing the talents.  Two Story Lori as well as Jon Sahn both had some great fun singing for the crowd of a packed Dubliner house.

“I can’t thank Jon Sahn, President of Ascendant Planned Giving & Chair of Boca Festival Days, Plum Productions, the Dubliner and Palm Beach Broadcasting for all their support to make the evening a great success,” said Nathalie Sloane, Director of Development for the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation (www.msfocus.org ).

While everyone that participated knows that they did a wonderful job and the audience applauded to all, but narrowed the top three, or four in this case, to Cindy Orbach Nimhauser, Comedian for 3rd Place; Steve Gershon, Elvis Impersonator for 2nd Place and a tie on 1st place betweenDon Capi and Ben Meller (of KRUSH), and Don Capi admirably gave it to Ben!

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