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More than $1,200 raised for Heartlinks at annual talent show

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Photo by Ileana Martinez

Dalia Romo, Cody Parke, Cosme Martinez, Thomas Robles and Kenny Gutierrez (L-R) smile for the camera after being announced the winners of the 2014 Hospice Talent Show. The students won $75 for their performance of Bon Jovi’s “Wanted: Dead or Alive”.

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Kayla Bos was one of 18 performers at the annual Hospice Talent Show at Sunnyside High School this past Saturday. Here, she lends her vocals to “Story of My Life,” while playing the piano.

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Performing “Glorious” is Revolution Club, a faith-based group at SHS. Members of the group include Aaron and Stephanie Andrade, Eunice Perez, Ariana Romero, Tania Rodriguez, Daniel Blanco and Juan Herrera.

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Attired in the tradition of a Scotsman, Rene Furan sings “Scotland the Brave” at this past Saturday’s Hospice Talent Show.

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Molly Marquez performs a parody to the song “Who I Am” during the annual Hospice Talent Show at Sunnyside High School.

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Sunnyside High School’s James Wise (foreground) and several youngsters perform a dance routine to “Gangnam Style” at the annual Hospice Talent Show. The show’s theme was based on the movie “Hunger Games” and the performance was his “tribute.”

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Heartlinks Director of Clinical Services Debra Roe-Johnson holds up a check presented to the local hospice organization by Andrew Phillis of Sunnyside High School. This past Saturday, more than $1,200 was raised at the annual event.

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