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Talent entertains crowd

Glenwood News for May 28



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On May 19, Glenwood staged its own version of American Idol when local talent was showcased on Glenwood's Got Talent. Nineteen acts entertained the spectators in the school gym that evening. Unlike American Idol this wasn't a talent competition, but rather a show meant to simply entertain the crowd. And entertain they did -- no doubt about it -- Glenwood's Got Talent! Following is a list of people who shared their amazing talents:

Patrick Coffin played the piano and sang "Blue Eyes Crying in the Rain."

The Middle School Band played "Just Plain Blues," "Banuwa," and "Latin Fire."

Kaylene Tyndall and Mariah played the guitar and sang "Somewhere over the Rainbow."

Kinley Troh sang "The Climb."

Bethany Putnam played the piano "Turkey in the Straw" and "Hernando's Hideaway."

Madi Couch and Bailey Gimlin sang "It's a Hard Knock Life."

The High School Band played "Memories," "Zorro," and "Killer Jam."

Stacie Williams sang "On My Own."

Allison McFall danced to "These Foolish Things."

Colton Troh shared his repertoire of jokes.

Nathan Putnam told stories including "Bert and I" and "Down East Maine Style."

Kinley Troh danced to "Ho Down Throw Down."

Betsy, Neola and Ruth Putnam sang "Somewhere over the Rainbow."

Annie Upton sang "My Heart Will Go On."

Harvey Starr played his guitar "Knocking on Heaven's Door," "Wish You Were Here," and "One."

Ruth Putnam sang "Because You Love Me."

Tom Eldred, Reyauna Guzman, Kaylee Feller, Dalton Jones, Baylee Couch, Emily Hastings, Liam McLaughlin, Derek Gimlin, Colton Troh, Whitney Feller and Bella Couch performed the skit "The Maestro."

Katrina Garcia-Chubb sang "Jesus Take the Wheel."

Preschoolers may be registered for the coming school year beginning June 1. Incoming preschoolers must be three by Aug. 31, 2009; a birth certificate and immunization record will be required upon registration. For a list of additional preschool requirements, please contact Toni at the school 364-3438.

Remember to stop by the Grange on June 2 to vote for your community council representatives from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Harold Cole will be teaching hunters' safety education on June 10 and 13. Interested persons will need to call Harold at 364-3489 to register for the classes.



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