NHS Shows Tri City a Night of Talent, Surprises, and Laughs

Daniel Couthran plays the piano for the talent show

 By Patrick O’Connor

On February 2nd, 2012, Tri-City Prep’s National Honor Society treated the Tri-City area to a night of talent and fun. For only three dollars guests were treated to fantastic talent and delicious handmade dessert. With all the money going to a local charity, the night of poetry, music, dance, and comedy was a huge success.

 Many unique people preformed for the show to support High Country Early Intervention, a Prescott charity that supports kids with disabilities. They showcased acts like an original song by Sarah Cramer, comedic lip syncing by Nick Magdaleno, and solo piano by Daniel Couthran. Students weren’t the only participants however, physics teacher Dr. Oden comically recited poetry while dressed as a clown. Even the masters of ceremonies KarenAnn Mancha and John Dery were funny.

 “We tried to be so corny that every act would look amazing,” said John Dery, “But we decided to just be ourselves.”

 Many of the performers were happy to contribute to such a noble cause and enjoyed performing their talents.

“The talent show was a great opportunity to help contribute to your school as well as to a great charity organization,” said pianist Daniel Couthran, “The talent was incredible and it was such an honor to be a part of it.”

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