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Central A & M Middle School Talent Show.

Byline: Submitted by Central A&M Middle School

Central A & M Middle School showcased many students' talents during its annual talent show on Thursday, May 30. There were a great variety of acts, and all of the participants performed exceptionally well.

The following students took part in the show:

Niah Bagley and Rose Wade performed a dance on pointe to "Stars and Stripes Forever."

Mikayla Rees presented her original slam poem "Time."

Alicia Walker sang "Stay" by Rihanna.

Hunter Thackrey engaged in sleight of hand with several card tricks.

Becka Dunakey and Rose Wade danced to the song "Old Town Road."

Samantha Hazelwonder and Niah Bagley presented the slam poem "The Key" by Allie.

Da'Shawnna Shabazz and Becka Dunakey sang "Little Do You Know" by Alex and Sierra.

Lyndi Woods and Rose Wade danced and performed gymnastics to the song "I'm a Mess."

Mr. Parker's sixth grade ukulele group sang and played "I Don't Know My Name" by Grace Vanderwall. The performers were Ryan Atkinson, Becka Dunakey, Laynee Dunakey, Jocie Moore, Da'Shawnna Shabazz, Aiden White, Sarah Huckstep, Natalee Myers, Sylvia Lower, and Brookelyn Smedley.

The last act was a belated encore performance by a group of high school students who originally participated in the talent show three years ago. The group, including Connor Heaton, Jacob Paradee, Brycen Burgener, Cooper Morrell, Jeske Maples, and Keegan Waterman, along with new additions Connor Hutchens and Griffin Andricks, lip synced to "Baby Oh" by Justin Bieber.

There was also a surprise parody performance of "At Last" by Mrs. Kathy Dowd to honor retiring teachers Mrs. Carol Bressner and Mrs. Cindy Tillman.

Cindy Tillman organized and emceed the production and Matt Parker managed the sound and music for all of the participants.

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Publication:Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, IL)
Date:Jun 12, 2019
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