Rehearsal for the student skit “Operation Break-up.” Pictured left to right are Corbin Johnson, Grace Lindsay, Katie McPhee and Jacob Nickason. (Submitted Photo)

Castlegar’s Stanley Humphries School’s got talent

Talent show to be held Feb. 21 at Brilliant Cultural Centre

Stanley Humphries Secondary School intends to prove that Castlegar’s got talent.

The school will be putting on a talent show for the community next week.

SHSS vice principal Terry Jones says there will be 20 acts from piano, guitar, vocals and bands to acting and dancing. The show will feature students from all grades and teachers.

“Our goal is to try and bring our school out to the community and to try and make a connection with our community,” explained Jones.

The show will be held on Thursday, Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. at the Brilliant Cultural Centre.

“Its a great thing we are partnered with the Cultural Centre, it brings us right to the community, but it also connects us with the Russian heritage,” said Jones.

“This is an opportunity for people to come and be involved and to and see the spirit and and good will that we have in our school.”

Jones promises a fun night where where people will laugh and be moved by the talents of the kids.

Tickets are $5 and are available at the high school or at the door.

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