Talent show benefits Wings of God Home

Winners of the 2017 West Michigan’s Got Talent show were, from left: Andy Baker, Zoe Caron, and Richard Bair. The annual event raises money for the Wings of God Transition Home in Paw Paw. The facility houses and ministers  women who are re-entering society following incarceration, and is funded solely by private donations.

   PAW PAW - The fifth annual  West Michigan’s Got Talent show, a fundraiser for  Wings of God Transition Home, Inc., staged 11 acts at Freshwater Community Church.
   The event was sponsored by Wings of God Transition Home, Inc., and Freshwater Church. Taking  top  honors was Richard Bair, who composed and sang “The Train” and played the acoustic guitar. Selected as runner-up was  Andy Baker, who composed and sang “One Fine Day” and played the mandolin. Third place honors went to Zoe Caron, a baton twirler.
   “Without our sponsors and volunteers, the fundraising events would not be possible, said Karina Lamorandier, spokesperson for Wings of God. “A big thank you goes out to: Freshwater Community Church and Pastor Troy for hosting the auditions and Talent Show; Look Sharp Marketing in Paw Paw  for donating the plaques for the winners; and Chemical Bank and Amore Pizza Ristorante and Sports Lounge – who sold tickets,” said Lamorandier.
   All proceeds from the Talent Show will go to Wings of God Transition Home, Inc, a faith-based non-profit 501(c) 3 organization established to ease the successful re-entry of previously incarcerated females into society.
   For more information, contact Lamorandier, (269) 415-0777 or info@WingsofGodinc.org.

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