Twenty students will perform this during a talent show in the Mansfield Senior High School auditorium, sponsored by the vocal music and performing arts departments.

Showtime is 7 PM. Tickets will be $5 at the door.

“We have a great variety – lots of singers, a drummer and a couple of guitar players,” said vocal music director Dirk Eachus, who also heads the Career Tech performing arts program.

“The results will be determined by a panel of judges who appreciate great talent. Prizes will be $100 for first, $50 for second and $25 for third.”

Eachus said Jesse Born, a Senior High graduate, will entertain on the electric guitar during the judges’ deliberation.

Talent participants include Christian Kosa, Haillie Schaub, Emberly Schaub-Hurt, Shanta Moore, Lauren Whitson, Alyson Lookabaugh, Noah Rueckert, Jhaidan Cameron, Aiyanna Cameron, Olivia Snyder, Micah Gillum, Danny Cameron, JaBre Jones, Maggie Allred, Brie Blevins, Clover France, Aneesa McGregor, Breanna Lane, Calio Snyder and Taylor Teneyck.

Source: Mansfield City Schools

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