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Vote for Poulsbo's most talented at Poulsbo's Got Talent show, March 8
POULSBO — Everyone who attends Poulsbo's Got Talent, March 8 in the North Kitsap Auditorium will have a vote.
The community talent show begins at 6:15 p.m. The show begins at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 at the door.
Each ticket comes with a voting ballot. The audience will decide which acts are the best, and which is the grand prize winner of $500. Voting will be based on popularity.
All proceeds from the event will benefit the North Kitsap High School Band Boosters, which promotes the North Kitsap High School band program.
The following solo and group acts will perform at the show (no program order has been set):
— NK Cheer Squad, stunt spectacular.
— Meg Olson, violin solo.
— Just Men, vocal group.
— Sisters from Other Misters (Gracie Sawicki and Olivia Ingram).
— Paradox (band).
— Annie Sutherland, vocal solo.
— InMotion, dance/lyrical group.
— Austin Carver, trumpet solo.
— Emma Elm, vocal solo and guitar.
— InMotion, dance tap group.
— Jake Brown, vocal solo.
— The Jaybirds, barbershop quartet.
— Becky Darrow, dance solo.
— Morgan Mann, vocal solo.
— InMotion, "Casey at the Bat," dance group/ballet.
— The Iverson Brothers (band).
— Valerie Markell, vocal solo and guitar.
— The Tax Collectors (band).
The North Kitsap High School Varsity Jazz Ensemble, " 'South Pacific' teaser" ("There is Nothing Like a Dame"), and Ray McDougall (snare), will also perform.
North Kitsap School Board President Dan Weedin will be the master of ceremonies.