Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for youth under age 12, and $25 for VIP tickets, which include premium seating, backstage meet and greet, and a take home trick. Tickets can be purchased at the Elite School of Gymnastics, Glow Salon, the Baldwin College & Career Academy, Z97 FM, or from a Baldwin GIVEs volunteer.
As the second satellite center of Georgia College GIVE (Georgia College Involved in Volunteer Efforts), Baldwin GIVEs provides high school students with various volunteer opportunities at school organizations and community nonprofits.
“With the financial support, we hope to take the burden off of organizations and even the student when doing community service. We want to be able to supply students with the equipment or supplies they need when they provide service. Just like the President’s Volunteer Service Award, we plan to have a local award ceremony at the high school this spring, and the funds will help cover that cost as well,” said Wilhemenia Wade, supervisor of Baldwin GIVEs. “Overall, it’s not just about the money, but it’s also the exposure. We want to recognize students for their support of organizations. We thank [Hulett] for supporting us in helping us to be successful.”
A native of Hazlehurst, Hulett was always his class clown and his enchantment with performing magic began in college when a friend showed him a few tricks. After receiving a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice administration from Georgia College, he began perfecting acts and creating his own illusions. He has since used his unique skills in entertaining with magic all across the southeast for more than 20 years. Hulett performs at colleges, universities, conventions, fairs, restaurants, malls, trade shows, beauty pageants, schools, fundraisers and corporate events.
“My wish is that everyone who leaves the show is worn out from the emotional roller coaster ride,” Hulett said of the upcoming illusion show. “We wanted to find something that no one had seen before, something that would leave the audience spellbound. Maybe this is it? We’ll have to wait and see.”
For more information about the show, to donate to Baldwin GIVEs, or purchase tickets, call 1 (877) 565-0238 or Baldwin High School at (478) 453-6429.
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