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Friday is WCHS Talent Show
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Warren County High School has got talent and it will be on display Friday, May 6, at 6 p.m. in the auditorium during the second annual Multi-Cultural Club Talent Show.
“We hope everyone comes out and enjoys the wonderful talent these students have to offer and show support for the Multi-Cultural Club,” said Wayne Wolford, who is the club sponsor with club leaders Spanish teacher Anne Hunter Myers and French teacher Anne Marie Hayes.
Performers for the night will be Allie Dickerson and Eli Eldridge, Kylee Odom, Brett Evans, Megan Taylor, Josh Cantrell, Zane Jefferson, Lucas Hagan, Kristan Adams, Laklyn May, Rebecca Lance, Tyler Morton, Kami Roberson, Chyanne Morales, Chris Shelton and Shae Gillespie, Deseray Smith, Will Rowland, Natalie Bond, Bryan Rabideau, and Joelah Solomon.
The talented students are vying for prizes of $150 for first place, $100 for second, and $75 for third.
Judges will be Helen Martin, Jimmy Haley and Steve Hillis. The MC will be Kali Bennett, president of the Multi-Cultural Club. Talent Show chairs are Kali Bennett and Michaela Haycox.
Members of the school’s Art Club will have artwork on display.
“The displays will be beautiful,” said Wolford. “There’s a lot of talent in the Art Club. You don’t want to miss out on it.”
Proceeds from the talent competition will be used within the Multi-Cultural Club for its various activities. The primary purpose of the club is to give all students a better understanding of the past and present accomplishments and contributions of all races and nationalities. All students are welcome to join. During club meetings, guest speakers are invited to make presentations on different nationalities and cultures.
Concessions will be offered during the talent show with FCCLA club members on hand selling cookies, brownies, tea and lemonade in the cafeteria.
Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Advance tickets can be purchased at the school for $4. Tickets are $5 at the door.