Grasonville students show their talents
GRASONVILLE — On March 9, Grasonville Elementary put on its annual talent show, “Grasie Palooza.” Due to construction at Grasonville, the event was held at Stevensville Middle School. There were 122 kids in the talent show with more than 70 acts.
Acts included talents such as: magic, singing, dancing, gymnastics, instruments, ventriloquist, comedians, pogo sticks and more.
The first act was made up of kindergarten, first- and second-grade students. The second act opened with the song “The Greatest Show” from the movie “The Greatest Showman,” which included all of the third-, fourth- and fifthgrade students singing and beating on drum buckets.
This epic event was lead by Grasonville’s music teacher Jamie Dean, third grade teacher Cecilia Mitchell and administrative secretary Lanette Power-Waters.
Ella Foote, James Foote and Emma Fleshman perform a dance act together.
Mallory Burns, Heidi Finn and Brianna Warren put on a gymnastics dance show.
Madison Jordan defied gravity in her dance routine.
Graham Phillips strummed his guitar for the audience.
Riley Teasley played the ukulele and sang a song.
Caden Drabzyk did his best Elvis impression.
Magician Josh Sutphin performed a magical act with his brother Brantley.