SSHS Talent Show Honors
Fallen Soldier, Tuesday Night
by: Bobby McDonald
Photos by Mary Humphrey
"Academy All-Stars," Ayana and Imani Taylor, opened Tuesday night's SSHS Talent Show, in the
auditorium of the Civic Center.
Dedicated to the honor of fellow SSHS Graduate (Class of 2007) and Fallen Soldier, Sgt. Tanner Higgins, the annual SSHS Talent Show, drew a number of participants, on Tuesday night, in the Hopkins County Regional Civic Center Auditorium.
"I feel blessed to have had a front row seat to watch Tanner Higgin's life," expressed Mrs. Sandy Brown, Student Council Advisor. "As a boy and during high school, Tanner was personality plus, had great athleticism, an infectious laugh, and was known as the kid that DID what everyone else wished they had the guts to do. Today we honor Sgt. Tanner Higgins as a true American Hero and he will continue to live long in my heart!"
Among the "acts" for this year's show were:
"Shake it Like a Pom Pom" by Ayana and Imani Taylor.
"10 Seconds" by Sami Stoltenberg.
"I'm Gonna Love You Through It" by Kenzie Ivey.
"Everything" by Juan Escobar.
"Horses On My Clothes" by A.J, Carlisle, Duke, Buddy, & Willy.
"Dance Mix" by Rachel Winborn and Sami Stoltenberg.
"Make You Feel My Love" by Katelin Ivey.
Caleb Brown won the competition with his, self-written, piano presentation of
"Traverse" by Caleb Brown.
"No Place" by Marissa Walter, Abby Tipps, Ashley Clegg, and Grace Anderson.
A special guest appearance was made by 2011 Talent Show Winner, Hannah Kirby, who was accompanied by Kurt Bittner.
2011 SSHS Talent Show Winner, Hannah Kirby, made a guest appearance.
A special moment during the show was when performer, Kenzie Ivey, called local cancer patient, Micah
Reed, up to the stage, as she sang "I'm Gonna Love You Through It!"