Young­sters im­press

Isis Town and Country - - Kolan News -

THE Gin Gin The­atri­cal So­ci­ety hosted a ta­lent quest last Satur­day night, which at­tracted gifted young artists from across the re­gion.

Gin Gin lo­cal and Divi­sion 3 Coun­cil­lor Wayne Honor hosted the en­ter­tain­ing evening.

Cr Honor said he was im­pressed by all the con­tes­tants.

“It’s great to see tal­ented young artists with con­fi­dence to per­form in pub­lic,” Cr Honor said.

Event or­gan­iser Wendi Guy said the ta­lent was of the highest stan­dard and it had been dif­fi­cult for the judges to de­cide on the win­ners.

“They all did a great job and the au­di­ence sup­ported all the artists,” Ms Guy said.

The guest judges were Childers lo­cal Matthew Munro, Bund­aberg singing teacher and vo­cal artist Jo Carr and coun­try singer/song­writer Peter O’Brien.

Mr Munro said all en­trants had looked great and had shown amaz­ing ta­lent.

“I think you all have a bright fu­ture and you all should keep you dreams alive,” Mr Munro said.

Ms Carr said all the con­tes­tants were win­ners in her view and it was a great ef­fort from all those in­volved.

Ms Guy said she wanted to thank Bar­bara Chap­man for all her sup­port and help­ing in all the plan­ning, and also send her thanks to Pam Rebbeck for her help­ing hand.

PHOTO: JODIE DIXON

TA­LENT: Back: Mackenzie Cros­sett, Ari­ana Brog­den and Andrew Jones. Front: Jemma Sel­man, Har­monie Green, Kee­ley Sli­wka and Ayla Sel­man.

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