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2nd annual ‘Bears Got Talent’ to be held

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2nd annual ‘Bears Got Talent’ to be held

Left to right: Tyler Miller, Dalton Teeler, LCM drumline

Left to right: Tyler Miller, Dalton Teeler, LCM drumline

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Left to right: Tyler Miller, Dalton Teeler, LCM drumline

Nikki Hanson

Nikki Hanson

Left to right: Tyler Miller, Dalton Teeler, LCM drumline

Autumn Rendall, Writer

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Everyone has some talent or skill they take pride in the thing about them that makes them unique. LCM Choir is giving students the opportunity to show off their specialties in the “Bears Got Talent” show. 

This is the second annual talent show LCM Choir has held. Since last year’s show was such a success, Choir Vice President Caitlyn Sulak believes the show will be even more exciting this time around.

“I have high hopes for it,” Sulak said. “We have really interesting acts this year.”

Students are competing for a first place prize of $100, second place prize of $50, and a third place prize of $25. Performers like senior Luke Marshall are preparing hard for their acts. 

“I’m excited to make people laugh and have a good time,” Marshall said.

Even though the choir is serving as the hosts, the acts are in a variety of fields and not just musical. Junior Dalton Teeler is reading a powerful poetry piece.

“I’m looking forward to seeing my friends and fellow classmates perform and to see people express what they’re passionate about,” Teeler said. 

The crowd last year roared for the local pop-punk band Burn Out Brighter as they performed during intermission, so they are making a return to the LCM stage. Senior and member of the band, Brandon Boaz looks forward to performing the acoustic set they have planned.

“We don’t usually do acoustic performances that much, so it’s going to be really cool,” Boaz said. “It’s great to show people something different.”

The show will be held Friday, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Admission for students is $3 and adults is $5. 

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Autumn Rendall, Writer

Hello! My name is Autumn (if you call me Fall you aren't creative, I promise). I am the LCM Band Pit Captain and I enjoy music, dance, writing, and bein'...

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