Proserpine’s got talent
PROSERPINE’S Youth Space held its annual talent show on Friday night as part of its monthly Friday night activity program.
The initiative began in January this year after the centre recognised the further need of youth activities and engagement during the weekend.
Some youth used the talent show to help face their fears of performing in public and other simply enjoyed the thought of having a go.
The evening featured many special guests that performed and supported the acts including volunteer Youth Space committee president Phoebe Tucker, Jan Waetford from Whitsunday Crisis Counselling, local musician Melissa Saunders and inspiring local DJ ‘Shadow Boy’.
Proserpine Youth Space assistant co-ordinator Emily Hooper said the evening was a chance for youth to show off their talent and entertain others.
“Overall we all had a very entertaining night, we would like to say a huge thank you to our special guest and to the parents that came along to support.
Youth Space is proud to provide a safe, positive and engaging environment for the youth in the area,” she said.
Friday’s show included an array of versatile performances but eventually triple threat Sean O’Neill and singer Sarah Schulz took out both prizes.
Sean wowed audiences with a performance involving a guitar, keyboard and vocals while Sarah melted hearts with her impressive vocal range.
Youth Space is proud to provide a safe, positive and engaging environment for the youth in the area.
WHAT A VOICE: Sarah Schulz serenaded crowds at the Proserpine Youth Space Talent Show on Friday night.