Kutztown's Got Talent!
The Kutztown Area High School’s Leo Club will be hosting a night of talent on Friday, May 5th from 7pm until 9pm to benefit the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. The night will consist of acts featuring both Kutztown High school students and faculty. This is the second talent show coming out of Kutztown to benefit Relay, and it is expected to be just as entertaining if not more so than the first.
Hosted by some of KAHS’s more dramatic seniors, some of the night’s features will be live instrumental and vocal music acts, short live plays, an epic country line dance and student-produced short films. There will also be a finale where students play the faculty in several rounds of the classic game show, Wheel of Fortune.
The Leo Club, the junior auxiliary of the Kutztown Lions Club, has supported the ACS and Relay for Life since 2004, serving most recently under the larger KASD Relay Team Cougars for a Cause. Founded in Tacoma, Washington in 1985 by Dr. Gordy Klatt, Relay for Life is an international event run by individual communities to support their family and friends who have battled cancer. That first year, 27,000 dollars was raised by Klatt alone during his 24 hour marathon. To date, an estimated five billion dollars has been raised to assist in cancer research, awareness and support for individuals and their families fighting the disease.
For more information or to assist our team in making our Relay fundraising goal, please contact Leo Adviser Josh Chambers at KAHS (610-683-7346 or email@example.com.)