GSCC to host talent show March 3

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Gadsden State Community College Student Activities will host the show of “Top 10 Talents” on Tuesday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m. in the Wallace Fine Arts Center Auditorium in Gadsden. 

Ten student acts will compete for prizes of $200 first place, $150 second place, and $100 for third place. 

Solo vocalists performing include: Rachel Berry of Hokes Bluff, Cianna Bynum of Leesburg, Tiquantis Ethridge of Gadsden, Katlyn Helms of Attalla, Zondra Hindsman of Tallapoosa (Ga.), and Debbie Sullivan of Centre. A vocal duet accompanied by piano will be performed by Hannah Gregg of Cedar Bluff and Diana Martinez of Albertville. Alexandria natives Katie Sisk and Kyle Coppock will perform a vocal duet with guitar accompaniment. Rounding out the talent for the evening will be dancer Cam Howard of Huntsville and Ronald Williamson of Anniston. Williamson will solve the Rubik’s Cube 3-D combination puzzle in less than 90 seconds. Additional entertainment for the event will be provided by the Gadsden State Singers, Miss Gadsden State Savannah Wash doing an artistic painting, and a mystery guest performer. 

Talent show judges are Bridgette Lovelace-Howard, Gadsden City High School drama instructor; David Humphrey, Cathedral of Praise minister of music; and Desmond Mitchell, Anniston High School music instructor. 

Admission is free, and the community is invited to attend and support these talented students.  

For more information contact Dr. Judy Hill, coordinator of student activities, at 256-549-8329 or jhill@gadsdenstate.edu.

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