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Multicultural Club holds talent show
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Antwaun Vaughn captured first place by singing “Tennessee Whiskey” by Chris Stapleton.
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Cynthia Cantrell was the third-place finisher. She performed “Sober” by Demi Lovato.

Warren County High School senior Antwaun Vaughn hit the right notes during the Multicultural Club’s Talent Show. 

“God has blessed me with a lot of things and singing is one of them,” said Vaughn, who sang “Tennessee Whiskey” by Chris Stapleton. “I thank God.” 

Second place went to the WCHS Brass Quintet. Its members Abby Stafford, Brian Matthews, Daniel Larsen, Cesar Lopez, Duncan Clever and Tim Henry performed “Friend Like Me” from Disney’s Aladdin. 

Cynthia Cantrell, who sang “Sober” by Demi Lovato, took third place.

The show featured 16 acts and entertainment varied from Nirvana, Slipknot, to Paul Anka, as well as short skits and monologues. Also taking the stage during the evening were Tim Henry, Ashley Fernandez, Anastacia Pryor, Rylin Ernst, Lilianna Stiffler, Lauren Myers, Lucas Rice, Markis King-Smith, Jason Gant, Dylan Womack, Kai Nafrada, Molly Dodd, Olivia Chemlewski and Nathanial McCullar.

The talent show was organized and hosted by Multicultural Club sponsors Anne-Marie Loeffler, Chris Miller and Leah Simpson. Club members Marvin Alamilla and Julian Villagas emceed the event. The intermission act was led by Rachel McGee and the WCHS Drama Club members, as well as MCC members.

Top 10 acts from the show performed for the school March 9.