Purdy Talent Show huge success

Wednesday, February 5, 2020
Easton Hughes, left, demonstrates his Taekwondo prowess, assisted by Brennan Hawkins, right, in the duo’s routine performed to “Kung Fu Fighting.” Hughes and Hawkins took first place in the 3rd-5th grades division at Purdy’s Got Talent on Friday. Contributed photo

Easton Hughes, left, demonstrates his Taekwondo prowess, assisted by Brennan Hawkins, right, in the duo’s routine performed to “Kung Fu Fighting.”

Jordain Miller, Purdy Kindergarten vocalist, took the K-5th grade Overall Sweepstakes medal in his first appearance on the Purdy’s Got Talent stage. Miller wowed the judges at the annual school-wide talent show on Friday with his vocal solo, “When I Look Up.” Contributed photo
Purdy High School Freshman, Makayla Mazza, clogged her way into the Purdy’s Got Talent judging panel’s hearts on Friday, earning her the Overall Sweepstakes Medal in the 6th-12th grades division for her routine, performed to “Born this Way.” Contributed photo
In addition to her beautiful vocal presentation of “Fireflies” at Purdy’s annual school-wide talent show, seventh-grader Leanna Moore also created an illuminating PowerPoint presentation as a background for her performance that earned her third place in the 6th-8th grade division on Friday. Contributed photo
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