Talent shines in Sunnyside

Program raises $600 for Heartlinks

The brother and sister duo Kaylee and Michael Condie harmonized on the song “I’ve Lived,” earning them third place at the annual talent show.

Photo by Julia Hart
The brother and sister duo Kaylee and Michael Condie harmonized on the song “I’ve Lived,” earning them third place at the annual talent show.



— The annual Hospice Talent Show raised money for local health care Saturday night while also bringing in a little humor and a few surprises.

The event was put on by the Sunnyside High School Leadership Team.

The Top 3 performances garnered a $600 prize as well as trophies.

Tommy Diaz singing “2 Ghosts” took home event-goers’ hearts and first-place in the contest to raise money and showcase local talent.

The two-hour program of 11 acts and two specialty numbers entertained the crowd that donated to the Heartlinks Hospice and Palliative Care and supported the young performers.

Playing piano and singing the Michael Buble song, “Feeling’ Good,” was the second-place winner.

The brother-sister duo of Michael and Kaylee Condie earned third-place honors for singing, “I’ve Lived.”

Making a special appearance were the Sunnyside Grizzlies Stunt Team, Drama Club director Corey Murphy and Wayne Cone.



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