Trinity shows talent to family, friends


Written by by Christian Page
Student Reporter

Trinity’s annual school-wide talent show was a success as students of all ages performed in front of family and friends.

A great variety of talents was exhibited as students sang, played instruments and even performed a comedy routine. Trinity’s talent show is divided into three divisions. In Division One, which includes kindergarten through third grade, first place went to Gould, Anna Kate Hammett, and Aliyah Frick, who sang while performing a dance; second to Ashley Hilyer and Emily Wright, who sang; and third to Natalie Bretz and Margaret Anne Gunter, who played the violin and the piano. In Division Two, fourth through sixth grade, first place went to Sarah Brown, who sang; second went to Jessie Lien on piano; and third went to Dozier Smith T on piano. In Division Three, which includes seventh through twelfth grade, first place went to Josh Hartsell, Catherine Patton, A.J. Torbert, and Brady Watts for their brass quartet; second to Elizabeth, Catherine, and Margaret Patton, who sang as Margaret played the guitar; and third to Cayton, Cameron, and Gray Walker, who played the piano, flute, and guitar. The brass quartet received the Shining Star Award for scoring the highest overall. First place winners received $25, second place winners received $15, and third place winners received $10.

Students, teachers, and parents alike enjoyed the show and came away blessed by the talents shared by these performers.



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