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Talent show gives students chance to shine
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Black History Club will be holding a Talent Show on April 13 at 6 p.m. The music will be held at Warren County High School in the auditorium.
“We had 30 contestants audition and 16 of those were chosen by the judges,” said club supporter Tina Ramsey. She is helping with the club this year with Jalane Grayson and Wayne Wolford.
A wide array of music will be provided. Ramsey says the talent will be shining that night.
“We have some amazing talent at the high school,” Ramsey said. “There are some very, very talented students. There will be a variety of singers, bands and different styles of music. If you love music, we should have something for everyone.”
Taking the stage will be groups of Griffin Winton and Lucy Haston, Jacob Griffin and Lesley Sweeton, Lorin Rubley and Devin Bouldin, K.C. Byars and the Band, Taylor Johnson and Trisha Mitchell, and Shayna Acre and Clayton Hankal.
Going solo will be Conrad Hardison, Patricia Winkler, Stephen Roberts, Josh Wanamaker, Shelby Wood, Adrienne Lance, Devin Bouldin, Casey Tamberlin, Israel Quinbar and Trenton McKinley.
“This is a good opportunity for family and friends to come out and support the students, as well as the school and the club,” said Ramsey. “The students look forward to this every year so come on out and enjoy it with them.”
Coach Tommy Johnson will be emcee for the event, with entertainment during intermission offered by the Black History Club.
“We are looking forward to having coach Johnson being our emcee this year,” said Ramsey. “The Black History Club will be performing at intermission. I think they will have some swag to perform. They might do some stepping. I’m not sure. You never know what they might throw out, but it will be fun.”
Proceeds will benefit the Black History Club’s trip that is scheduled for June. Members will be taking an educational outing to Memphis to learn more about black history and visit historical sites.
Advance admission of $6 will be offered at the high school beginning April 10 between 11:45 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. At the door admission is $7.