Piper places second in PC’s ‘Peninsula’s Got Talent’

  • Wednesday, February 21, 2018 1:30am
  • Life

Lauren Piper’s original song “Only He” earns the Sequim resident a second place finish in Peninsula College’s third-annual Peninsula’s Got Talent earlier this month. Chris “Chi” McNulty of Port Angeles captured first place, performing on original song called “Memories”; he won a $500 talent scholarship and a spot on stage at the Juan de Fuca Festival on Memorial Day Weekend. Cecilia Warfield of Port Angeles took third place, singing “I Dreamed A Dream” from the musical Les Miserables. Judges were/: Dan Maguire, Executive Director of the Juan de Fuca Foundation; Janet Lucas, English faculty and a member of the Juan de Fuca Foundation Board; Peninsula College President Dr. Luke Robins and Paige O’Dell, Associated Student Council Vice President of Programming.

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