Old Traditions, New Traditions

WCHS hosted a talent show this month and it was even greater than we anticipated!

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Woodford County High School hasn’t had a talent show in years, but 2019 is the year for a comeback. In previous years, our school has held a talent show every year and the community loved it. Over time, this tradition started to die out. This year, Mrs. Fitz and HOSA got the show back on the road. On Saturday, February 16th, a talent show was held in our cafe. Our own Coach Johnson was the host, and Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Gibson, and were the judges, and members of HOSA ran the whole show. “We thought that it was something to let students who don’t have an outlet show off their talents and things that they love,” said Fitz.

The money raised from the talent show (and yummy baked goods) goes to funding for HOSA trips and events. HOSA at Woodford County High School is a huge club- and a successful one at that. There are 106 members this year and 45 of them are going to state. The money that has been raised makes the price of trips to places like Disney World a lot cheaper for each individual student.

The talent show was definitely more than a success. Here are some pictures to prove it!