For a performer, there couldn't have been a better audience and for the audience, they were thrilled with the talent on hand for the 50th
Kiwanis Club Stars of Tomorrow talent show held Friday night at the WYO Theater.
Giving students from kindergarten through high school the opportunity to develop self-confidence, good sportsmanship, and earn scholarships, Art Elkins, coordinator for the event, tells us what it's all about.
Judy Taylor has mc'd the show for several years and tells us what this does for kids.
Amiah Warder took first in the grade 9-12 division with her performance of the piano sonata by Beethoven. It's all about practice, practice, practice and more practice.
First and second place winners in the high school category win scholarships and go on to compete at the division competition. The Kiwanis Stars of Tomorrow talent show began in the 1950's in Greeley, Colorado.