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Heritage students impress with talent fest

Fiona McKellar and Miranda McKellar
Heritage Elementary School

Students at Heritage Elementary School in Huntingdon took to the stage for a spectacular talent show on May 29.

Emcees for the daytime and evening performances were Avery Feeney and Alice Leger. Each class performed a high-energy dance routine and a song before a proud audience of parents and family. Other acts included original songs, a beautiful violin presentation, two additional dance routines, a song selection by the Arts Fest Choir, and a modern dance performance.

The show ended with a spectacular mass choir featuring around 90 students from every grade level singing together in French and in English. “I really liked singing with everybody from the school at the end,” said one student in Grade 2. “It made me feel proud of myself and of my school.” One student in Grade 4 noted how much she enjoyed seeing all the different dances, while another in kindergarten said he really liked playing with the glow sticks on stage.


Students at Heritage Elementary formed a mass choir to end the schools talent show on May 29 PHOTO Sarah Rennie


“This was an awesome community event,” said Principal James Furey. “Our students are awesome!” he exclaimed following the show.

The talent show was directed by teacher Marguerite Bromley, who admitted she was really impressed. She pointed out that many of the students had never been on stage due to the pandemic.

Miss Marguerite also gave a shoutout to all the students who came up individually or in small groups to show their wonderful talents. She also thanked all involved for “the invisible but invaluable work that went into the show.”

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