Music, moves and more showcased at AC’s Got Talent show on Saturday
Published 5:40 pm Wednesday, November 17, 2021
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From left Stella Bass (honorable mention), Sawyer Smith (second-place), Adeline Jeselink and Alice Wilson (first-place) and Kennedy Mason (third-place) each received a ribbon during Saturday’s AC’s Got Talent show.
McKenzie “Tombi” Felter, first-grade, sings a song accompanied by Doug Felter playing the guitar at AC’s Got Talent.
Mallory Newman, first-grade, and Sage Newman, sixth-grade, dance in costume to “Eye of the Tiger” at AC’s Got Talent.
Sawyer Smith, third-grade, sings “Burning House,” at AC’s Got Talent.
Annie Hickman lip sings to “Boys in the Band” at AC’s Got Talent.
Aislynn Miller, first-grade, sings “Good to be Bad” from Descendants 3 at AC’s Got Talent.
Sella Bass, third-grade, showcases her ribbon dance at a talent show hosted at Adams County Christian School.
Adeline Jeselink, second-grade, and Alice Wilson, pre-k, sing “Delta Dawn” at AC’s Got Talent.
Kennedy Mason, fourth-grade, sings “My Jesus” at AC’s Got Talent.
Karlie Fakes and Annie Hickman, both in fifth-grade, perform a dance at AC’s Got Talent.
AC’s Got Talent show is an annual school-wide event at Adams County Christian School used to encourage the continued growth of the performing arts in our school community, said Malori Giannaris, theater director and elementary art teacher at ACCS.
Each year, admission to the talent show in the fall helps cover production costs of the drama club’s spring performance.
Saturday’s contestants included students in pre-k through fifth-grade. Next Saturday, Nov. 20, AC’s Got Talent will include contestants in sixth through 12th-grade. Admission to each show will be used to produce the spring musical, “Willy Wonka Jr.,” which will be showing in April 2022.
Above are submitted photos taken from Saturday night’s event.