LISBON – Community members, staff, parents and students from Lisbon High School enjoyed a plethora of perfect performances during the Lisbon Got Talent Show.

Tech Club members sponsored the event. Shauna Riordan, Bre Cota, Joshua Oakes and Kyrstin Ramich served as masters/mistresses of ceremony throughout the evening introducing a variety of acts, including some of their own.

Lisbon High School band performed songs by Jazz Police and Rescue Me; Britney Pace danced to “Please Don’t Go;” Emily Stevens sang an oldie from Roy Orbison, “Crying;” Kyrstin Ramich performed a beat boxing routine; Bre Cota and Joshua Oakes paired up for a duet of the “Lisbon High School Blues;” Seth Boucher shared a drum solo; Paula Caron and Emily Stevens sang “What is Love” by Never Shout Never About; Shauna Riordan entertained the audience with her saxophone solo; Courtney Stitch and Virginia Wilson performed an amazing glow light routine; Cody Watson and Kyrstin Ramich shared a duet, “Singing with You,” by Chris Brown.

The headliners for the evening were ballot boys, The Black and Blue Dancers, booked for a limited engagement at LHS, dancing to the “Blue Danube Waltz.”

All proceeds from the show benefit the Tech Club program at Lisbon High School. FMI on other events and programs, contact Monica Millhime, Community Resource Coordinator, at 754-0021 or email [email protected]

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