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Can you sing? Then register for this vocal competition benefiting Erath County Habitat for Humanity.

Updated: Oct 19, 2021

If you can sing, you should compete in A Voice for Habitat, a talent competition benefiting Erath County Habitat for Humanity.

Board president Stacy Morrison told Beneath the Surface News that contestants must first fill out an online application, pay a $35 registration fee and submit a video before the Dec. 1 deadline.

Click here to register.

“From those videos, we will narrow it down to the semi-final live round,” Stacy said. “Kina Bale-Reed, a casting director from Dallas, will serve as a judge during the semi-finals, which will be held on December 12 at Tarleton’s Clyde H. Wells Fine Arts Center.”

Ten finalists and two alternates will go on to compete in the final round on Jan. 15, 2022.

Judges in the final round will include Jason Eady, Courtney Patton and Billy Mack Smith.

The first place winner will receive a $1,000 cash prize and on-air interview and chance to perform on KSTV’s Texas Style Saturday Nights with Billy Mack.

Second place will receive $500 and third place will win $250.

The final round will also include a VIP catered dinner with limited tables available for sale.

General admission tickets will also be sold.

A Voice for Habitat’s inaugural competition was held in 2019 with Andrew Dolan of Burleson taking home first place.

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