National Honor Society fundraiser showcases talent

By Susan Mustapich | Mar 20, 2017
Photo by: Susan Mustapich A talented roster of Camden Hills Regional High School singers and musicians raised funds for the high school's National Honor Society programs.

CAMDEN — The National Honor Society's annual Talent Show March 17 at Camden Hills Regional High School showcased diverse and fresh musical performances, and raised funds for special community events sponsored by the Society and scholarships.

The student performers brought jazz, rap, hard rock, indie, show tunes, and original composition to the show, which was ably emceed by Jack Moody and Celeb Love-Webb.

In May, the CHRHS National Honor Society chapter invites community members 55 and older to the Seasoned Citizens Prom, for an evening of dancing to live music and refreshments. Members of NHS will be on-hand, as hosts and dance partners, and to make connections between the generations.

In the fall, the Society hosts a veteran's breakfast on Veteran's Day, and all year long, its members perform community service. Moody and Zoe Zwecker talked about volunteering during lunch time at the community soup kitchen at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Rockland and Molly Mann told audience members about volunteering with the Maine Syria Relief Project organized by CHRHS graduate Alison McKellar to collect clothing, food staples, and medical equipment.

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The dapper Jack Moody, left, and Caleb Love-Webb, right, were the talent show's entertaining masters of ceremony. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Hazel Delehy, left, and Lexi Smith played guitar and sang the Indigo Girls "Closer to Fine." (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Molly Mann played piano and brought her own interpretation to the jazz standard "Fly Me to the Moon." (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Jacson Moore owned the stage while rapping Jay Z's "Public Service Announcement." (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Courtney King, left, on ukelele, and Grace Iltis, on guitar, sang the indie folk hit "Riptide." (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Annabel Parker played piano and sang "My Man," popularized by Fannie Brice of the Ziegfeld Follies, and Barbara Streisand, who played Brice in Funny Girl. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Riley Philbrook, on electric guitar, performed "Glycerine," an early hit by British rock band Bush. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Myles Kelly performed his original composition "Piano with a Side of Embarrassment." (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Isabelle Olson sang "Fly Fly Away" from the musical Catch Me If You Can. (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
Bella Merrill played piano and sang Adele's "When We Were Young." (Photo by: Susan Mustapich)
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