Interact club hosts charity talent show


By Joshua Christensen

Strumming on the guitar, one of the many talented cougars auditions for the talent show. (Photo courtesy of Yearbook)

Interact club is hosting a talent show in the theater on Thursday, March 22 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. to raise money for the Heifer Foundation, which works to end world hunger.

“We’re so excited to be contributing to the Heifer Foundation,” Matea Zelch, sophomore, said. “They do excellent work with disadvantaged people in helping increase their quality of life. To be a part of that in this way is an exciting opportunity.”

Interact club plans to donate a minimum of $500-600 to Heifer and anticipates that at least 100 students will attend. Acts will be from 18 talented members of the student body. Performers were selected after auditioning in front of members of Interact club.

“We have an amazing line of such wonderful and talented performers who will make you laugh, cry and make your jaws drop,” Tiffany Ignacio, senior, said. “We hope to see everyone there supporting.”

Tickets are $5 in advance and can be purchased in the courtyard during both lunches. Tickets will be $7 at the door, and concessions will be available for purchase as well.

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Joshua Christensen, of the class of 2020, is the co-online editor the staff. He is native to Utah but has also lived in Iowa. He loves to write news and sports pieces, but he also writes for the opinion and features sections. This year he will manage the website and hopes to avoid a catastrophic systems failure. His favorite food is pizza and chow mein noodles. He hopes to get a degree in Computer Science from BYU. His goal in life is to be successful, move to Utah, travel, and create an award-winning app.


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