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The 4-H Talent Show was held at the LaRue County High School Auditorium March 26. 4-H members in two age divisions - 9-13 year olds and 14-18 year olds – showcased their talents.
Winners were selected in vocal, instrumental, physical skills and theatrical. The champions advance to the Lincoln Trail Area Talent Show May 15 in Hardin County. The LaRue County 4-H Council sponsored prize money for the talent show. The first place winner in each category received $15; the second place winner received $10. Michael Large provided the sound.
Talent Show Results
Junior Physical Skills – Isabella Howlett, Champion, “Poi Butterfly”
Junior Instrumental – Millie, John and Anna Ronkainen, Champion, “A Walk Through the Zoo;” Leslie Pike, Reserve Champion, “Prelude in D Minor;” Virginia Taylor, Blue, “Fur Elise”
Junior Vocal – Michaela Rock, Champion, “The Climb;” Savannah Ratliff, Reserve Champion, “Landslide;” Jensen Adams, Blue, “Love Story;” Taylor Metcalf, Blue, “The Preamble;” Catelin Niemynski and Savannah Ratliff, Blue, “Leave the Pieces”
Junior Theatrical – Sierra Mullins and Michaela Rock, Champion, “Party in the USA”
Senior Vocal – Kenzi Langley, Champion, “Broken Wing;” Brittany Cruse, Reserve Champion, “Crazier;” Travis Florence, Blue, “Seventeen”
Senior Instrumental – Tayler Campbell, Champion, “Allegro by JH Fiocco;” Travis Florence, Reserve Champion, “The Dance”
For more information about 4-H programs and clubs available in LaRue County, contact 4-H Agent, Misty Wilmoth at 358-3401 or firstname.lastname@example.org.