SHS talent show raised $2,000 for accident victims |

SHS talent show raised $2,000 for accident victims

FARMER’S KORNER – About 200 people showed up for an SHS Talent Show last month to raise money for the three students involved in a tragic auto accident in January which killed Summit High School student Salvador Barron.

SHS student Sergio Sotelo and SHS alumni Christopher Delacruz and Ariel Ariascanche were all injured in the accident.

The event featured 14 live acts showcasing the talents of Summit High School students. Julia Meier and Dacey Rodriguez MC’d the show in Spanish and English, while Lorna Bremner served as stage manager, and the SHS theater tech class provided lights, sound and set changes.

The event raised more than $1,300. The high school’s Leadership Class donated an additional $600 from the school’s annual Winterfest Dance/Casino Night, bringing the total raised to $1,955.

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