Bodley’s Got Talent Student Showcase

FULTON – Similar to the popular television show by the same name, the difference being that the talent showcase held recently at the school did indeed prove that G. Ray Bodley High School has an abundance of talented students.

Top award winners from Bodley’s Got Talent 2016, included, in front left to right: Rose Velasquez Gonzalez, second place; Gillian Brown, audience favorite; and Dillon Holloway and MyKenzie Finch, first place. In back, left to right: Kyle Lynch, third place; Daniel Aiken and Collin Flynn, fourth place; and Christina Blake, most unique.
Top award winners from Bodley’s Got Talent 2016, included, in front left to right: Rose Velasquez Gonzalez, second place; Gillian Brown, audience favorite; and Dillon Holloway and MyKenzie Finch, first place. In back, left to right: Kyle Lynch, third place; Daniel Aiken and Collin Flynn, fourth place; and Christina Blake, most unique.

The annual show, sponsored by the Hope Club, was more than just a way to entertain the crowds, it also served as a community service project by the club, raising more than $1,200 for local and international charities.

Judges for the competition included GRB teachers Bobbie Jo Clayton and Jamie Ruzekowicz and vice principal, Marc Copani, along with host and emcee, Lynn Senecal.

A wide range of talented performances from songs, dance and instrumental performances, including one performance of an original beatboxing beat.

The show also featured a few surprise performances by GRB staff members.

Bodley’s Got Talent 2016 winners Dillon Holloway and MyKenzie Finch took the top spot for the second consecutive year. Nearly two dozen acts were on stage for the annual event which raises money for charitable organizations locally and worldwide. The event was coordinated by the Hope Club at GRB.
Bodley’s Got Talent 2016 winners Dillon Holloway and MyKenzie Finch took the top spot for the second consecutive year. Nearly two dozen acts were on stage for the annual event which raises money for charitable organizations locally and worldwide. The event was coordinated by the Hope Club at GRB.