In January, anyone interested in auditioning, could participate in the Talent Show in February. Acts could be individual or in groups. Acts were able to be performed in 5 minutes or less, including; Music, Dance, Comedy, Magic, or other. Prizes ranged from Sequoit Swag to a Flat Screen TV. Everyone who participated got something. Chosen acts worked with coaches to put finishing touches to their act. These acts came into the auditorium for a pro level recording session of their performance. The compiled performance recordings premiered in early February for live viewing and public voting for the best act.
Maryrose Dadivas, a talented student from Antioch Upper Grade School, has achieved remarkable success by placing second in the Lake County Treasurer’s annual 6th-8th...