cash prizes: Despite the slippery road conditions, more than 125 people attended the sold-out show, which included comedians telling their best jokes to musicians hitting the right notes, according to CBC. It's nice for some of us older folks to get out here and try to entertain some people, first-time performer Silvaggio said afterwards. Silvaggio was one of the nine acts who performed in the first-ever seniors' talent show at the Mill Woods Senior and Multicultural Centre Friday night. Original comedy skit 'The Model Tease' strutted their stuff to Meghan Trainor's Me Too as they told jokes to the packed house. Besides the thrill of being onstage, performers had a chance to win 150 cash prizes awarded by the audience and a panel of judges. Kaylen Small/CBC The Mill Woods Seniors Association came up with the talent show as a way to keep its members active. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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