Rising stars

Six competitors took part in the youth talent show at Nickel Days on June 20, hosted by Donna Wilson and Wally Itson. There was singing and dancing, but only one performer could take home the first place prize of $100.

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Sophia Greenhill placed sixth, Signe Boychuk came in fifth, Emily Penney placed fourth, Serena Lopez placed third with a dance routine, Vinny Cordell placed second after a jigging routine, and first place went to Brandi Evans after she sang “Hallelujah.”

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