Oswego Bookmobile Benefits from KPS Talent

OSWEGO – The first-ever Kingsford Park School Talent Showcase featured 24 talented student performances in support of the Oswego Bookmobile.

Kingsford students support Bookmobile
Kingsford students support Bookmobile

The event that was organized by the KPS Home and School organization welcomed a full audience in the school gymnasium recently who cheered on singers, dancers, musicians, comedic acts, karate demonstrations and even some flip cupping.

“It was a great turnout for our first showcase,” said Julie Chetney, Home and School co-president. “Both the performers and the audience enjoyed an entertaining show all for a great cause.”

The musical comedy act of three KPS siblings; Rachael, Mya and Tyler Roper stole the hearts and laughter of the audience and judges.

In kind donations were accepted at the door to benefit the Oswego Bookmobile.

Pictured are (back row) KPS Home and school representatives Janine Regan and Julie Chetney and Oswego Bookmobile representative Tricia Caroccio.

In front roware: KPS students Nikki Regan, Rachael Roper, Mya Roper, Tyler Roper and Jordan Caroccio.