EC soccer program to host talent show fundraiser

by Celia Shortt

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At last year’s ECHS Talent Show are, from left, front, Stephanie Steadman, Jarvis Porter, Ben Sexton, Lee Steed, Austin Slaton, John Spavelco, Ann Marie Meeker; back, Audry Faulkner, TaDarius Morrow, Abigail Slate, Kayla Sexton, Katie Kemp, Jasper Joyner, Jamarius Boozer, Christine Harper, Steven Davis, Tyler Cooper, SK Palmer, Michaela Smith, Kaleb McLay, Caleigh Brand, Laura Grace Sears, Casie Bure, Rachael Gazan, and Diamond Pettaway (sitting at the piano). 


The East Coweta High School Soccer program will be holding its sixth annual talent show fundraiser later this month.

“Each year, we have as many as 37 kids show up to audition, and I’m blown away by the talent that our kids in Coweta show up with,” said director Wendy Danford.

The event will take place on Jan. 16, at 6 p.m. and the Centre for Performing and Visual Arts on Lower Fayetteville Road. Tickets are $5 at the door, and the doors open for seating at 5:45 p.m.



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