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Kaden Moss wins award at state in Solo Acting.  Many other members of the drama department were also recognized at the state Thespian conference.

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Kaden Moss wins award at state in Solo Acting. Many other members of the drama department were also recognized at the state Thespian conference.

Emilee Pease, Staff Writer

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Editor’s note: The Talon mistakenly ran this without Speech so it has been updated.

With spring starting, Centennial’s clubs will be performing and partaking in upcoming events.  Here is what is going on for each club:

DRAMA

The Drama department attended state on the 5-7.  Kaden Moss placed for his solo acting event. Ami Akiyama’s one act she directed received a superior rating.  Aliya Falls and Kaden Moss were selected for an all state show they auditioned for. There were almost 1,300 Thespians at the Oregon State competition.

CHOIR

Concert Choir competed at Districts on March 20 at Reynolds High School.  They competed against seven different choirs, with Oregon City coming on top.  Centennial was able to qualify at state. Submission videos are selected at random to see who gets picked.  Choir director Bryce Cloyd didn’t think they would get picked because of the large amount of other schools that entered.  The Choir department will have a fundraising telethon this Wednesday (4/18) as well.

BAND

Last wednesday April 11, concert band had their Mt. Hood League Band Festival at David Douglas.  Band’s annual pops concert this year will be on June 5. Centennial band members may possibly be playing in rose festival events as well.

SPEECH

The speech team is leaving for today for state.  State is a very important experience for the students because even if they don’t place their scores are logged on the National Forensic League for potential scholarships.  Potential college coaches also come to watch for students that they would possibly want to join. Emma Dobesh is running to be recognized for the Heart of the Arts award.

 

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Emilee Pease, Staff Writer
Emilee Pease is a sophomore and this is her first year on staff. Outside of journalism she is the co-captain of the girls golf team because it “involves no running” and was the mascot her freshman year. She enjoys music, reading, watching movies and camping with her family. Pease is also a lover of Taco...
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