BOCA RATON, Fla., July 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, a national foundation with headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, is heading to Boca Raton for this year's "Boca's Got Talent." Sponsored by Plum Productions, the event at the Dubliner in Mizner Park is part of Boca Festival Days to provide talent with a lifetime of "bragging rights."
On Monday, August 4 at 5:30p.m. 13-year-old fiddle marvel Maggie Baugh will judge and perform. Baugh recently played with legendary country star Charlie Daniels in "The Devil Went Down to Georgia." Later, NBC's The Voice and #TeamShakira's Breakout Star, Monique Abbadie to belt out her song, Bajo El Sol. Monique was recently crowned Miss ChocoVine for her talents in celebrating America's #1 selling blend of Dutch chocolate and fine Cabernet wine.
Lori McQuestion, better known as "Two Story Lori," the popular radio personality, DJ/MC and vocalist will emcee and perform. Lori reports traffic mornings on Power 96, 790/The Ticket, 850 WFTL and occasionally on 99.9 Kiss Country.
"I can't thank Jon Sahn, President of Ascendant Planned Giving & Chair of Boca Festival Days, also a talent judge, enough for introducing Plum Productions as event sponsor," said Nathalie Sloane, Director of Development for the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation.
Sloane expects Dubliner to be packed with talent and supporters of the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation. Admission for spectators is $20, which includes two drinks, appetizers and entertainment (Net proceeds benefit MSF). To participate, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The next evening, Tuesday, August 5th from 7-10p.m. the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation will be at the National Night Out Against Crime at Margate Sports Complex, 1755 Banks Rd. "We are always involved in events to keep community awareness," said Sloane.
ABOUT THE MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS FOUNDATION
The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, (www.msfocus.org or 888-MSFOCUS), is a national publicly-funded 501(c)3 non-profit organization headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. The mission of MSF is to provide vital programs and services for those affected by MS, and heighten public awareness and understanding for those diagnosed with the illness in order to elicit financial support for their needs. Also, tune in to MSFocusRadio.org, the first online radio station for the MS community that broadcasts content round-the-clock, brought to you by MSF.
CONTACT: Adrienne Mazzone
SOURCE Multiple Sclerosis Foundation