Graves County’s Got Talent called ‘very successful evening with various performances’ | Arts & Culture
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) - The Graves County School District presented its first-ever talent show, "Graves County’s Got Talent," featuring performers from all eight of its elementary schools as well as Graves County Middle and High schools on the last Saturday evening of January 2013.
Donna Gream, manager of the district’s Performing Arts Center, called the show “a very successful evening with various performances, ranging from a drum solo to dancers, vocalists, and musicians.”
She added, “All the kids were just wonderful and everyone that came loved seeing them showcase their talent. We’re hoping we can do this again next year.”
Pictured here, from left, are (front row) Landon Curd, Farmington; Serenity Williams, Cuba; Anna Grace Vancil, Lowes; Marley Mathis, Sedalia; (second row) Callie Smith, Middle School; Buddy Jackson, GCHS; Kelsie Baker, Symsonia; Stephanie Hayden, Fancy Farm; Sierra Marshall, GCHS; Tate Keeling, Central; Madison Morgan, GCHS; Ian Bastida, GCHS; Morgan Mathis, Middle School; Natalie Gossum, Wingo; Ja'Nae Clapp, GCHS; and Hannah Lamb, GCHS.
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