Arts

Fullerton’s Got Talent

Fullerton Rotary hosted their second “Fullerton’s Got Talent” show at the Wilshire Auditorium on February 23. The event raises funds to go towards their youth-oriented programs, which benefit many of the local non-profits who participated in the event.

Participating organizations entered performers to compete. The show opened with YMCA’s entry, a rock band made up of 4 young men from Brea called Fockstail. They were followed by Antonio Serrano, an opera singer representing Fullerton College.

Antonio Serrano, an opera singer representing Fullerton College performed.

Fullerton Education Foundation’s entry was dancer Savannah Carson accompanied by pianist Christopher Luthi. Sarah Rha played guitar and sang representing Women’s Transitional Living Center. An ensemble of young girls called Hart Dancers performed as the Boys and Girls Club entry.

Sarah Rha played guitar and sang representing Women’s Transitional Living Center.

Angelina, a Troy High School Sophomore sang “Yesterday” for Fullerton’s Love of Orange County Kids (FLOCK). Kryeeana Breelin tap danced for Joya Scholars. Edward Clark sang “Man in the Mirror” while Kai Thompson danced for Need4Bridges followed by a dance-off between Zoot Velasco and Thompson and a song by Monette Velasco representing Boys Hope/Girls Hope.

Monette Velasco sang, representing Boys Hope/Girls Hope.

The audience favorite was a tie between dancers Kryeeana Breelin and Savannah Carson. The event raised $30,000. Fullerton College’s Alternative Jazz Lab Band closed the show.

Winners and organizers of “Fullerton’s Got Talent.”

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