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  • A celebration of belonging at the Reality Ministries Annual Talent Show

    Video: Follow Tony Simpson, 66, as he performs one of his favorite hymns "Great is Thy Faithfulness," for the Reality Ministries Annual Talent Show​ at DPAC​. The free show, a fundraiser for Reality Ministries​, a nonprofit that serves teens and adults with disabilities, was sold out weeks in advance.

A celebration of belonging at the Reality Ministries Annual Talent Show

Video: Follow Tony Simpson, 66, as he performs one of his favorite hymns "Great is Thy Faithfulness," for the Reality Ministries Annual Talent Show​ at DPAC​. The free show, a fundraiser for Reality Ministries​, a nonprofit that serves teens and adults with disabilities, was sold out weeks in advance.
Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com