HOPE Talent Show Benefits CURE Childhood Cancer

The 5th Annual Hope Talent Show has made a $1,700 donation to  CURE Childhood Cancer.  18 musical numbers were performed on March 7 by students from Mill Creek, Dacula and Mountain View High Schools as well as Osborne, Creekland and Twin Rivers Middle Schools. A wide range of genuine talent was exhibited through singing, dancing, song writing, piano, guitar and drums.

Mill Creek High School Junior, Savannah Turner, the show’s producer announced the winners:

Middle School Division:

3rd Place: Emma Bridger from Twin Rivers Middle School singing “Light of the World”

2nd place: Rachel Wiggins from Twin Rivers Middle School singing “Part of Your World”

1st place: Patrick Johnson from Creekland Middle School singing “Free to Be Me”

High School Division:

3rd Place: Carrie Moll from Mill Creek High School singing her original tune “Me without You”

2nd Place Caroline Renner from Mill Creek High School singing “Stay”

1st Place Amanda Merry and Grace Hubbard singing and Samantha Jensen dancing to “Colors of the Wind” These students all attend Mill Creek High School.

People’s Choice Award: DJ Mattocks from Mountain View High School and Alex Ubiera from Mill Creek High School singing and dancing to “Lean on Me.”

The exciting evening also featured performances from past HOPE Talent Show winners, the show’s producer, Savannah Turner and a budding star, 4th grader, Ashton Ritzal.

30 parent and student volunteers contributed their time for the show.  Hamilton Mill United Methodist Church graciously offered their facility for this effort.

CURE wishes to thank all who participated in this event and especially Savannah Turner for organizing this event each year!


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