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Touch of class

Christian- kendahl Rock.

Christian- Kendahl Rock.

From the challenges of rocking locks, to the fancy footwork of Latin dance, contestants of the Coleridge & Parry School pageant brought out their talents out to shine last weekend.

The two-hour event, held in the school’s Joseph S. Yearwood Auditorium on Saturday, focused on the talent segment of the competition. The Continuation and Coronation will be held on Saturday, April 6 at the same venue.

Thirteen contestants appeased the well-sized audience of family members, well wishers and students with various performances, including singing, dancing, drama and comedic skits.

Ambokile Welch and his They Can’t See Past My Locks was one of the crowd favourites of the evening, as was Josiah Haynes’ Latin dance. The dance performed by Deshawne Dowell-Alleyne was also well received.

An after-party closed out the night. (LW)

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