Thursday October 02, 2014


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NAC-TV Talent Showcase reaches new heights

Kaiten Critchlow/Neepawa Press

Alan Gillies concluded the night with some country music.

The NAC-TV Talent Showcase has again reached new heights, eclipsing its donation total from the year prior.

By the end of the event that featured about 15 performances, the NAC-TV Talent Showcase had raised a total of $10,093. That total was slightly higher than the year prior, with more donations expected to filter in over the weekend.

The NACI Choir proved to be the top talent of the night, as the judges gave the singers first place honours for the evening. Jessica Lukin – an 11-year-old with a voice beyond her years – took second place honours for singing, while 10-year-old Charlie Strelczik's piano playing skills earned her third place.

Meanwhile, the United Church men's choir totaled the most in donations for the event, while Abe Enns brought in the second-most and the NACI Choir finished third.


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