Rotary Club of Liamigua hosted Talent Search Competition 2017

(ZIZ News) — The Rotary Club of Liamigua held its Annual Talent Search competition at the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank auditorium on Wednesday evening.

Both primary and secondary school students participated in the annual Talent Search competition.

Among the primary school: In the Dance Category, Cajoy Isaac of The Immaculate Conception Catholic School won first place with a total of 70 points.

Tied in 2nd place were Mellita Dunrod of Cayon Primary and Jahzara Greene from the Dieppe Bay Primary School with 48 points.

In the Poetry category, D’Jaaden Dunrod of the Cayon Primary school secured first place with 96 points.

His competitors, Yishmakeda Maccabbee of the Dieppe Bay Primary school and Zene Tyson of the Beach Allen Primary placed second and third.

Luan Hinds of the Newton Ground Primary school won the Vocal Music category with 123 points.

Hinds beat out his competitors, Amani Edmeade of The Immaculate Conception Catholic School and T’koyah Leader from the Dieppe Bay Primary school.

The second portion of the talent competition saw participation from five secondary schools on St. Kitts.

Under the Dance category, first place went to April Burt of the Washington Archibald High school. She beat out her competitors, Thonicya Richardson of Immaculate Conception and Eshana Browne of the Saddlers Secondary school who placed second and third respectively.

Petros Peets of the Verchild’s High school won the Instrumental Music category, scoring a total of 103 points.

2nd place went to Yaneir Henry of Washington Archibald with 102 points while Janiqua Morris of Cayon High followed closely with 101.

To close the evening, Christianne Skerritt of Immaculate Conception and Drenyqua Samuel of the Verchild’s High school shocked the audience after both students won the Vocal Music category, tying with 137 points.

Alecia Nisbett of the Washington Archibald High school followed with 134 points.

The Rotary Club’s Talent competition kicked off at 6 pm and ended shortly after 9 pm.

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