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Friday Talent Show Features 16 Student Performers

Friday’s Ogdensburg Free Academy Key Club Talent Show will feature 13 performances by sixteen of the city’s most talented young people from both the elementary schools and the junior and senior high.

The show begins at 7 p.m. in the state of the art George Hall Theater.

Admission is $3 for students and $5 for adults.

Elementary school performers include:

Third graders Chloe Frank, Emily Shaver and Hannah Mousaw from Kennedy School will dance to Ponytail.

Fourth grader Brooke Irvine from Kennedy School will sing “THe Good Ones” by Gabby Barrett.

Fourth grader Taylor Richer from Madill School will dance to “Sorry, Not Sorry” by Kids Bop.

Fifth grader Jackson Thornhill from Madill School will play “Christmas Fun” on the French horn.

Sixth grader Jackson Duprey from Kennedy School will sing “American Pie” and accompany himself on the guitar.

Junior and senior high performers include:

Seventh graders Graci Chase and Julia Johnson will sing “A Million Dreams.”

Seventh grader Zachary Bjork will sing “Someone You Love.”

Seventh grader Maeve Putman will sing “A Million Dreams.”

Eighth grader Dantae Rodriguez will play “My Girl” on trombone.

Eighth grader Grant Putman will dance.

Twelth grader Noelle Dutch will perform sound simulations.

Tenth grader Rheana Cameron will sing “Monster” by Dodie Clark.

Eleventh grader MacKenzie Spicer will sing “Can’t Help Falling In Love” by Elvis Presley, accompanied by twelth grader Cody Fifield on piano.

The show will be emceed by OFA Key Club President Antone Skamperle and Ellie Foster.

“We’re very pleased to have some of Ogdensburg’s most talented young people performing in our show,” said Skamperle. “This is a great evening to enjoy an evening of great entertainment.”


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