Young Harrison Dillon showing off his fast fingers playing the banjo.
Foreign exchanges students from Germany, Celine Weinrich and Carmen “Angus” Rac, impress the crowd playing the song “Scherzo” by Diabelli on the keyboard.
Second grade student Claire Jared shows off her strong voice as she sings “I’ll Fly Away” and “They Are Holding Up the Ladder”.
Going along with the most recent dance craze, Amy Cliburn’s group, the Westside Girls, dance to the widely popular “Harlem Shake”.
Erin Burrow shows off a unique talent using a cup. Burrow performs the song "You're Gonna Miss Me," complete with the cup percussion technique.
Showing off their high kicks and dancing to Kids Box Shuffle was Lucretia “Lulu” Chandler and Clarice Chandler.
Little Colton Blankenship, not a contestant in the show, decided to steal the show during intermission. Colton ran on stage during intermission and sang “John Deere Green”.
Allie Cliburn going acapella singing “I Never Knew You”.
Proving that musical talent runs in her family, Victoria Dillon, sister of Harrison Dillon, shows her skills on the fiddle.
Erin Smoczynski slows things down and sings the song “Hope Now”.
Wesley Davis belting out the song “Home” as he plays the guitar.
Singing “Give me a Reason” was Taymen Crockett and Adrianna Cliburn.
Nikki Collins sining “Mama’s Broken Heart”.
Singing his rendition of “Wagon Wheel” during the talent show was Collin Morgan.
Sarah Chandler and Lucretia “Lulu” Chandler said that if you liked it you should’ve put a ring on it as they danced to the song “Single Ladies."
Opening the show and dancing to the song “International Harvester” was Mary Massey, Kacie Ray, Madison Malone, Allye Morgan, and Kyra Chandler.
The Lafayette Lions held its 2nd Annual Youth Talent Show this past Saturday, April 20, at Macon County Jr. High. The talent show was open to school aged children from kindergarten all the way to twelfth grade and show cased some of Macon County’s finest talents. Participation was down this year, but everyone who attended and participated had a great time. All money raised during the show will be used in the county by the Lafayette Lions Club to give back to the community.