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Science and History Club Talent Show

By Claudia Jones

On Saturday, November 17 the Satanta High School Science and History Club hosted a community talent show at Satanta District Hospital Long Term Care Unit. Sydney McKinney, Sicily Jackson, and Tanna Anderson were among those featured in the talent show, providing vocal performances for the community audience. Anderson won first place, singing “Travelin Soldier” by the Dixie Chicks, Sydney McKinney sang “There's a Hero” by Billy Gilman, and Sicely Jackson sang “Built a Friend” by Alec Benjamin. Anderson said of her performance: “I felt like it went okay, but I felt like I messed up a little. It could have gone better if I had practiced more.”

 

Mrs. Crystal Naylor, a sponsor of the organization, is proud of the Science and History Club for developing and hosting the talent show. Naylor said of the event: “We thought as a club that the more audience members present the better to showcase such wonderful talent. All who participated did a wonderful job, and we had several comments from the community that it was a great experience. It was a wonderful opportunity to showcase the talent of our students and a great way to solidify the bond among our school and community.”

 

The proceeds from the talent show will be used to help fund a club trip across Kansas. Students will be able to participate in a tour of the State Capitol, visit the Kansas Supreme Court, attend a Kansas City Royals game, tour the World War I museum in Kansas City, take in the Tanganyika Wildlife Park, and experience various activities at the Kansas Cosmosphere.