Grasonville stu­dents show their tal­ents

The Kent Island Bay Times - - School -

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.

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