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Variety Night stays true to its name 0

By Jordan Maxwell, Portage Daily Graphic

There was a selection of notable talents at Ecole Arthur Meighen School for their Variety Night event on Thursday.

Sixteen students took to the stage in the band room of the school to perform in different ways in front of a crowd of over 50 people.

Whether it was singing, violin playing by Emilee Martel, sweet piano from Gareth Rice, dance by Freeda McKay or a little bit of guitar from Jacob Kostuchuk, the students gave it their all and performed well in front of the audience.

Other students who performed include: Kami Miller, Lindsay Verwey, Marisa Green, Jasper Caners, Sarah Thompson, Joelle Jobin, Lasha Mackedenski and Tessa Lupkowski. Jordan Dillabough, Toni McKay, Trinity Perry, and Chantal Smith also did performances.

cphl.news@sunmedia.ca


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