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Many Talents to be Seen at “Bears Got Talent”

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Come out on Nov. 20 to see the many talents of LCM.

Come out on Nov. 20 to see the many talents of LCM.

Flyer by LCM Choir

Flyer by LCM Choir

Come out on Nov. 20 to see the many talents of LCM.

Valen Elliott and Kolby Perkins

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“Bears Got Talent,” a talent show hosted by the LCM Choir, will be held at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 20 in the high school auditorium.

Choir students Octavia Weimer, Hannah Hodges, Caitlyn Sulak, and Chandler Peveto created the event.

“I hope that is an overall success and we will be able to continue doing it,” Weimer said.

This is the first time for the choir to host the talent show, which serves as a fundraiser and is something they hope to turn into an annual event.

“We will be putting the profit towards new equipment for the choir room,” Weimer said.

There are 25 people expecting to perform in the show and talents that the crowd can expect to see are singing, dancing, comedy, and piano performances. Along with the performances, there will also be a silent auction during the show.

Junior Brandon Boaz and his band, Burn Out Brighter, are performing as special guests at the talent show and have been preparing three shows for the crowd. Boaz said his band is performing to get their names out there and to have fun.

Along with performing at the show, Burn Out Brighter plans to release a mini album around January, but right now their main focus is the talent show.

“We really need to practice on how we perform,” Boaz said. “We’ve showcased at many shows including Houston, Louisiana, and Beaumont, so I’m not nervous and neither are they.”

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