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Freedom Schools hold talent show


Katie Strehl

The winner of the class skit category was the seventh-grade presentation of "The Greek Fountains." The production included six students who were dressed in togas and sandals and emulated Greek fountains. Moving gracefully to music Enya's "Only Time," (from left) Hannah Duke, Kaitlynn Rhodes, Jaci Weber, Derrick Galindo, Ariana White and Dreama Jones eloquently spit water at one another in their imitation of Greek fountains.

The Freedom Public School annual talent show on May 9 showcased many talented students. The emcees, Samantha Greer and Nicole Hughes, kept the program running smoothly.

This year's show had 16 acts that included solos, duets and class skits. There were three age groups: pre-K – fourth grade, fifth – eighth grade, and 9 – 12th grade. First through third place received $20, $15 and $10 prizes respectively.

Each age division had at least one classroom skit. The third through fourth grade group did "Basketball versus Trolls," seventh grade performed "Greek Fountains" and 10th graders ma...

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