Thanksgiving Highlight: Talent Show (Photos by Galed Krisjayanta) Sophomore Kendrick Mast, attempts to solve an intense form of a Rubik's Cube, however, during his act the Rubik's Cube malfunctioned, causing him to stop the performance. Sophomore Tylan Coblentz, also known as "Bill Coblentz" dresses up as an Amish man, as one of the Bills and Norma's acts throughout the show. Sophomore, Wesley Wilder, also known as "Bill Wilder" dresses up as an Amish man during one of the performances by the Bills and Normas. Sophomore, Becca Slabaugh, also known as "Norma Slabaugh" dresses up as an Amish women during one of the performances by the Bills and Normas. Sophomore, Carly Wyse, also known as "Norma Wyse" demonstrates how hard Amish women work as part of one of the Bills and Normas performances. Sophomore, Rebecca Eichelberger, also know as Norma Eichelberger, shows us, the Amish Workout, performed by the Bills and Norma's. Music Professor, Ken Rodgers, dresses up as the famous Chief Julia Child, to give us a tutorial on how to make a Titanic Salad. This was Rodgers main act however he made another appearance at the end of the show to give thanks to everyone who helped and came out to watch. Sophomore, Amy Repp, shows off her talent in Flag Twirling, as part of a dance with Megan Goodrich. Sophomore, Megan Goodrich, performs a color guard routine and performed a dance with Amy Repp. Freshman, Nate Gingerich, performs a comical act of Symbol playing. Sophomore, Nathan Peters, reads and presents his poem, of stereotypical views of his home state Iowa. Mid show, the Bills and Norma's deicide to do the P90x workout, Amish style. Freshman, Rachelle Adrian, sang the upbeat melody from the movie Tangled. The song "When Will My Life Begin" fit her vocal variety just right. Sophomores, Dennis Marcellino, Mischa De Jesus, and Savannah Mitchell performed a combination of the two songs "Clarity" and "Stay the Night" by Zedd ft. Hayley Williams. Marcellino, shared his reason for participating in the talent show and why they decided to choose the songs they performed, he says, "When you have a talent or gift, you're suppose to share it, not keep it to yourself. We chose these songs, because it represented our bond as friends and as family." Sophomores, Alyssa Becker, Rebbecca Rhodes, Morgan Martin, and Freshmen, Mary Bender, Taylor Zehr, Jordan Waidelich, also known as the Luminettes perform the song "Ho Hey." With Becker on the violin and Waidelich on the guitar, it added a nice touch to the four voices that ended the show. Rhodes, shared her experience on ending the show, she says, "Even though it was a little nerve racking waiting till the end of the show to perform, it was exciting to be able to help close the show with something we worked hard on and were very proud of." Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.