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Semi-finalists compete at local talent show

Update: Here are the top finalists in the VVVC 2014 competition:

Jada Klein, Caitlin Canning, Nicki Meier, Madison Bell, Ruby Bruce, Jada Mackenzie-Moore

More than two hundred people turned out for the Valley Voices Vocal Competition Saturday night at Tradex. Competitors were aged between 11yrs-16yrs old. Watch abbynews.com for full results of this competition. Top six finalists will be performing at this year's Agrifair. Celebrity judges included; Victoria Duffeld, Ryland Haggis and Chiko Misomall. Emcee for the event was Wendy Martin.

Tonight's semi-finalists were:

Avery Amores, Burnaby.

Madison Bell, Cloverdale.

Shianna Bisgard, Mission.

Ruby Bruce, Shuswap.

Caitlin Canning, Abbotsford.

Aza Deschamps, Revelstoke.

Hailey Elzinga, Coquitlam.

Dayton Gill, Maple Ridge.

Neliah Jillings, Whiterock.

Jada Klein, Abbotsford.

Alexis Leibenzeder.

Jada McKenzie-Moore.

Nicki Meier, Abbotsford.

Ashley Pater, Surrey.

Julia Soto, Abbotsford.

Caylee Watrin, Abbotsford.

 

More information at Valley Voices website.

 

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