Talent Show Brings Out The Stars


Mitchell McGuire, Justin Howell and Jordan Jones entertain their classmates and parents during the Julia Randall Elementary School Talent Show held Friday, May 28 in the cafeteria.

Mitchell McGuire, Justin Howell and Jordan Jones entertain their classmates and parents during the Julia Randall Elementary School Talent Show held Friday, May 28 in the cafeteria. Photo by Andy Towle. |

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Julia Randall Elementary School students ignited their inner rock stars at a talent show Friday morning, the last day of school.

Although girls mostly performed, one trio of young men strummed guitars and sung the “Campfire Song.”

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Carly Carpenter leaped off the floor and wowed the crowd with a tumbling routine.

Miley Cyrus is apparently popular at JRE. Earlier in the show, two little girls wore matching outfits of lime green skirts, American flag scarves tied around their necks, and red USA shirts as they sang “Party in the USA.”

“So I put my hands up, they’re playin’ my song, the butterflies fly away,” and the girls flew their hands up before “Noddin’ my head like yeah and movin’ my hips like yeah.”

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Chris Jonesgrimaced when he forgot the words of his song halfway through. He recovered nicely after starting over with a little help from Mr. Larry Potvin.

Closer to the end, another girl sang “The Climb,” an inspirational Cyrus song about overcoming obstacles.

“There’s always gonna be another mountain. I’m always gonna wanna make it move,” sang the girl.

Another student played a piano version of “The Lion Sleeps Tonight.”

Several students performed dance or gymnastic routines.

And Emma Creighton sang “American Honey,” as her dad accompanied her on guitar.

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Chanell Hunter, Tyler Ford and Chloe Boyle had front row seats during the Julia Randall Elementary School Talent Show.

The hour-long show on Friday morning provided students a chance to burn off last-day of school excitement before enjoying a long, hopefully blissful summer.

See you next year, kids!

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