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Stars of Tomorrow finalists announced


CASTLE ROCK – The field of finalists in the Stars of Tomorrow program includes performing artists from across DCSD, who will particate in "The Big Show" next month.

The Kiwanis Club of Castle Rock has announced the finalists in the 9th annual Stars of Tomorrow talent competition will compete in a final round competition to be held March 2 at the Lone Tree Arts Center.

2013 Stars of Tomorrow - 9th Annual Show Finalists
Denaya Desormeaux 6th grade Academy Charter School
Zoe Howell 3rd grade Northridge Elementary School
Davis Hume 4th grade Mammoth Heights Elementary School
Shanya Martinez 6th grade Clear Sky Elementary School
Taylor Muckel 5th grade Timber Trail Elementary School
Conner Pettit 6th grade Lone Tree Elementary School
Thomas Connelly (pictured) 7th grade Rocky Heights Middle School
Lina Corrales 7th grade Mesa Middle School
Megan Durbin 8th grade Cresthill Middle School
Jenna Hardy 7th grade Mesa Middle School
Loren Hardy 7th grade Mesa Middle School
Allyson Harris 8th grade Rocky Heights Middle School
Ali LeBlanc 7th grade Mesa Middle School
Kylie Meredith 8th grade Ranch View Middle School
Brooklyn Murphy 8th grade Rocky Heights Middle School
Kilian Ridder 7th grade American Academy Charter School
High School Division Ashton Anderson 11th grade Homeschool
Adrienne Aragon 12th grade Legend High School
Calli Jo Floyd 11th grade Highlands Ranch High School
Hunter Linder 11th grade Castle View High School
Melissa Martin 12th grade Legend High School
Charlotte Movizzo 9th grade Ponderosa High School
Katelyn Pyfer 12th grade Douglas County High School
Mathew Pyfer 9th grade Douglas County High School
Andriy Sovetov 11th grade Chaparral High School
Grace Warring 9th grade Castle View High School

Prizes will be awarded for each elementary, middle school and high school divisions, as well as Best of Show. The winners will be invited to participate in the Kiwanis district-level Stars of Tomorrow competition.

Stars of Tomorrow provides school-age youth in Douglas County an opportunity to showcase and share their talent and become eligible to win scholarships valued at up to $1,800. From classical to ragtime to jazz, the talents of Douglas County youth improves year after year. Come out to see them perform and give them your support on Saturday, March 2 at 6 p.m. at the Lone Tree Arts Center, 10075 Commons Street, Lone Tree, CO, 80124.

Purchase tickets online or at the door on March 2nd.

October 14, 2013 | By Anonymous | Category:

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