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