Skyview talent show highlights student stars

Posted: Monday, May 10, 2004

The Skyview National Honor Society, Mock Trial Team and Community Schools would like to thank the local businesses and community members for their generous contributions and time in helping to make this year's talent show a wonderful success.

The annual program highlights students' remarkable talents, and there were more than 300 people from the community in attendance.

We greatly appreciate our sponsors this year and thank them for their generosity in making the show a success: Atomic Tans, Toes & Nails; Art Works; Blockbusters; Community Schools; Godfather's Pizza; Hey Good Looking; Healthy Changes; Instant Replay; Kenai Vision; Old Town Music; Papa Murphy's Pizza; Solar Flair; Sonoma Florist; Soldotna Florist; Soldotna's Subway; Sweeney's Clothing; The Music Box; Terry McBee; Marty Hapeman; Celie Anderson; Carol Ford; Billie Kensinger; Jeff Aley; Dane Poppin; Jim Steffy and crew; Skyview staff, custodians, administration and support staff; Skyview parents and families; and Sandra Lewis.

Congratulations to this years top finalists:

Visual Arts Blair Reynolds, first; Caitlin Riley, second; Camile Eberline, third; and Jennifer Holland, honorable mention;

Performing Arts Solo Jhenne Rozak, first; David Thornton, second: and Edsel Mendoza, third; Duets Katie Thornton and Kelsey Shields, first; David Kosydar and Caleb Kosydar, second; and Dane Poppin and Derek Poppin, third;

Group Division: Michelle Trumpler, Dane Poppin and Jeremy Jones, first; Nelson Kempf, Josh Choe, Tim Sturm and Kenny Guth, second; and Kaleb Shields, Kelsey Shields and Nelson Kempf, third.

Linda Raemaeker, Skyview National Honor Society advisory and Mock Trial coach, Bill Holt, Community Schools

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