Lots Of Talent

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Andy Towle/Roundup - atowle@payson.com

Wanna be a rock star? That's one of the many activities that was offered at the Payson Elementary School Gifted and Talented Expo, Saturday, April 4. Mr Buskirk shows several interested students how just tow fingers can make a keyboard sing; from left to right are; Teron Bowes, Skylynn McKim, Sierra Ramos, David Wicks, Randy Adcock and Mr. Buskirk, the music teacher at Rim Country Middle School.

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Andy Towle/Roundup - atowle@payson.com

Tyler Boulet gets some help fingering a bass guitar.

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Andy Towle/Roundup - atowle@payson.com

Doing origami, or paper paper folding to make interesting objects is an art form unto itself and Lindsey Wals, left and Annette Utz are figuring it out.

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Andy Towle/Roundup - atowle@payson.com

Briana Aguirre is putting the final touches on a cement stone she is making in the Stepping Stones class sponsored by the Magical Masters Gardeners.

Wanna be a rock star? That’s one of the many activities that was offered at the Payson Elementary School Gifted and Talented Expo Saturday.

Mike Buskirk shows several interested students how just two fingers can make a keyboard sing; from left to right are: Teron Bowes, Skylynn McKim, Sierra Ramos, David Wicks, Randy Adcock and Mr. Buskirk, the music teacher at Rim Country Middle School.

Tyler Boulet gets some help playing a bass guitar.

Doing origami, or paper folding to make interesting objects is an art form unto itself and Lindsey Wals, left, and Annette Utz are figuring it out.

Briana Aguirre is putting the final touches on a cement stone she is making in the Stepping Stones class sponsored by the Magical Master Gardeners.

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