The sixth annual Clearwater’s Got Talent show at Clearwater Secondary School on Thursday evening, May 3, was another outstanding success.
A total of 24 aspiring musicians, dancers, comedians and other performers took part in 18 different acts for the large audience.
First place for elementary school student individual act went to Tianna Morgan, who danced to the song “Havana.”
Kiah and Jaden Phillips took first place for elementary school students group act with their hilarious routine that involved half-puppets dancing to various pieces of music.
First place for secondary school student individual act went to Grayson Panko for his singing and guitar playing. Panko also acted as the event MC.
Guitarists Wyatt and Chris Dame took home the prize for best act in the secondary school student group category.
The talent show was part of this year’s Youth Week activities in Clearwater. Coming up on Tuesday, May 8, will be the Clearwater Carnage Skooter, Sk8 and Bike Competition, which will be held at Rotary Sports Park, starting at 5 p.m.