Ukiah High School Talent Show to Showcase Student Creativity and Skill 


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The following is a press release composed by Sophomore class president Bode Gower:

On Friday, March 10th, Ukiah High School will host its annual Talent Show from 6 pm to 7pm. This event will take place in the high school’s auditorium and will feature a diverse range of talented students showcasing their skills in singing, dancing, playing instruments, and much more. 

The Talent Show is an opportunity for Ukiah High School students to display their creativity and skill in front of their peers, family, and community members. The event is organized by the Ukiah High School Class of 2025 and has become a much-anticipated event each year. 

Principal Gordon Oslund said, “I tell students to discover their passions. The talent show is a great opportunity for students to showcase their passions and talent in front of an audience. I hope that everyone comes out to support our students.” This event is a wonderful opportunity for our students to shine and share their passions with the community. 

Tickets for the Talent Show are available for purchase at the front door and cost $5 for students and $10 for adults. All proceeds from the event will go towards supporting the Ukiah High School Class of 2025. 

We encourage everyone to come out and support our talented students at this year’s Talent Show. It’s going to be a great night full of entertainment and fun.

[Poster provided by Bode Gower]

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