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Neosho High School holds Talent Showcase

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Jaclyn Kidd, vocalist,  Isamo Manuel and Elizabeth Armstrong, duet, and Natalie Kidd, dancer. Jaclyn Kidd, vocalist, Isamo Manuel and Elizabeth Armstrong, duet, and Natalie Kidd, dancer.
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Matt Jemes, Joey Heflin Matt Jemes, Joey Heflin
Jaclyn Kidd, senior, 2nd runner-up for People's Choice, dedicated the song "Long Live" to all the friends and memories she has made at Neosho High School. Jaclyn Kidd, senior, 2nd runner-up for People's Choice, dedicated the song "Long Live" to all the friends and memories she has made at Neosho High School.
Jordan Bellairs, proud senior and recipient of the People's a Choice Award, for his vocal performance "We're all in This Together" from High School Musical.  Jordan stated in his acceptance speech "It's great to be a Wildcat!". Jordan Bellairs, proud senior and recipient of the People's a Choice Award, for his vocal performance "We're all in This Together" from High School Musical. Jordan stated in his acceptance speech "It's great to be a Wildcat!".

FROM NEOSHO SCHOOLS

The 2014 Neosho Talent Showcase was held yesterday April 10, 6 pm, in the cafeteria. It included dance, vocals, instrumental talent, and lots of laughs and smiles. The People's Choice Award went to Jordan Bellairs, for "We're all in This Together" from High School Musical. The audience and other contestants joined in clapping along, singing, and dancing in support of Jordan. There was definite Wildcat Pride at the school last night!

Jordan Bellairs -1st place

Miranda Duncan -2nd place

Jaclyn Kidd -3rd place


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