Got Talent?

Key Club holds the 2nd annual talent show

Sruthi Ramesh

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Got Talent?

The AP langsters performed a dance with a mix of different songs. The purpose of the talent show was to give students an opportunity to share their talents.

The AP langsters performed a dance with a mix of different songs. The purpose of the talent show was to give students an opportunity to share their talents.

Lauren Spakowski

The AP langsters performed a dance with a mix of different songs. The purpose of the talent show was to give students an opportunity to share their talents.

Lauren Spakowski

Lauren Spakowski

The AP langsters performed a dance with a mix of different songs. The purpose of the talent show was to give students an opportunity to share their talents.

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Students showcased numerous talents from singing to playing instruments at Key Club’s 2nd annual talent show on Jan. 25. 

“There were a lot of great singers and dancers, as well as some other talented students,” judge Mr. Hysong said. “Caleb Woods’ crowd interaction was spectacular, Mikayla Bowman’s sign language was inspiring, and there were so many other enjoyable moments.”

Not only did the judges enjoy the show but so did the audience.

“My favorite part was just seeing everyone perform because you could tell how hard they had all worked,” senior Gillian Sanford said.

The purpose of the talent show it gave students an opportunity to show off their talents and engage in a friendly competition with one another. Also for Key Club to continue to conduct service projects with the community.

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Senior Zainub Ahmed does a cultural dance for her talent.

“I was most impressed by the depth of talent and the willingness of everyone to have fun,” Mr. Eversole said. “I know that putting together an event like this takes a lot of work, but throughout the rehearsals and the talent night itself, everyone was 100 percent supportive. It says a lot about Key Club and our talented kids that everything ran so well.”

They raised $244 for March of Dimes during intermission.

At the end of the show, there was a trophy for the most talented teacher and student. Dessa Outman and Mr. Kling were the winners of this year’s talent show. Outman performed an original song with her guitar. Kling sang ‘Say it ain’t so’ by Weezer while Barker played on the guitar.

There was a performance by previous winner, senior Christian Tebeau. Key Club hopes to have previous winners to continue to come back and perform as a new tradition.

Key Club was impressed with the amount of hard work and dedication that the students brought to the talent show and also how many people attended. For the upcoming years, they hope that the talent show will continue to grow and hope to have more teacher involvement in acts.

 

Performers:

Maya Angeles… Piano

Zaniub Ahmed… Dancing

JV Dance Team… Dancing

Summer White…. Hula Hooping

Grace Medina…. Singing

AP Langsters… Dancing

Olivia Harris…. Poetry

Marissa Pukala And Sarah Downs…. Singing

Abigail Hinzman… Dancing

Emily Gann…. Singing

Caleb Woods…. Singing

Mykaela Reiland, Emily Gann, Colin Rice, Alex Vigor…. Singing and Instruments

Irem Inan…. Piano

Shaina Feinstein…Singing

Sprite Cranberry… Singing

Annalisa Kercher… Piano and Singing

Annette Oliphant… Singing

Dessa Outman…. Singing and Guitar

Cat Frank… Poetry

Mr. Kling…. Singing

 

Check out our photo gallery of the talent show here: https://lhstoday.org/11453/uncategorized/the-talent-at-liberty/