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County residents showcase talents

August 8, 2013

Photo by Becky Polaski Place winners in the talent show held Thursday evening in the Elk County Fair were, from left, Kaitlin Quinn and Kaitlin Yankovich, Zach Mosier, Katie DeCarli, Annelise Wolfanger, Aidan Bobik, and Nicole Holland.

KERSEY – Cool and rainy weather Thursday evening did not dissuade a number of youngsters from showing off their abilities in the annual talent show at the Elk County Fair.
A total of 12 acts performed in the roughly hour-long event, with participants being divided into three categories: ages nine and under, ages 10-15, and ages 16 and up. Each performer was given a four-minute time limit. No lip syncing or prerecorded vocals were allowed. Additionally, contestants had to be amateurs.

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