Purdy’s Got Talent annual show brings out winning acts

Saturday, November 18, 2017
Purdy first grade twins Lauren Lamp, at left, and Laney Lamp stole the show with their toe-tapping vocal duet, “We are a Promise.” The Lamp sisters, who earned the Sweepstakes Award for the kindergarten through fifth grade divisions, were accompanied on piano by their grandma, Janie Knight. Contributed photo

Purdy first grade twins Lauren Lamp, at left, and Laney Lamp stole the show with their toe-tapping vocal duet, “We are a Promise.”

Third grade Taekwando student Jackson Lee kicked his way into first place in the third through fifth grade division in the Purdy’s Got Talent showcase. Contributed photo
Eighth grade songbird Jaden Morgan lent her vocals to the Christmas version of the hauntingly beautiful “Hallelujah,” earning a first place medal in the sixth through eighth grade division in the Purdy’s Got Talent showcase. Contributed photo
Purdy Elementary School first grade jokester Dalton Redshaw earned side-splitting laughter from his audience and a first place medal in the kindergarten through second grade division in the annual Purdy’s Got Talent showcase. Contributed photo
Purdy eighth grade performer M’Kena Propps changed things up this year, choosing a vocal solo as her talent, after several years of winning dance performances. Propps took the Sweepstakes Award for the sixth through 12th grade divisions. Contributed photo