Talent Show results
This year’s edition of the Two-Minute Talent Show at the Idaho County Fair featured 14 acts in 3 age groups.
The 5-12 and 13-18 year old age groups each had 6 acts while the 19 and over group had just 2.
The winner in the 5-12 age group was “Love’s Island” which sung by Elise Williams and Hailey Williams. Elise wrote the song and also played keyboard.
Taking second was “Up With People” performed by Tara and Erica Schlader.
Tied for third was “My Favorite Things” sung by Julia Williams and “Sitting on the Dock of the Bay” sung by Taylor Lustig.
Also performing were Sydnee Andrews with her original poetry “Forever Free” and Molly King with “Fiddle Medley.”
Winning the 13-18 year old group was Lauren Stubbers who sang “Cleopatra, Queen of Denial.” She won despite having to sing the song a capella after her CD accompaniment was misplaced. This was the second straight year she had problems with her CD.
Taking second was the comedy act “Cletus Takes the Reel” performed by Lucas and Tyler Wemhoff.
Third place went to Sabrina Hatch for her gymnastic dance performance to “Radioactive!”
Also performing were Sara Davis with a clog dance to “Rag and a Fiddle”, Lauren Goldman who sang “Safe and Sound: and Petriciah Williams who performed her original song “The Calm.”
In the 19 and over group Heather Williams won for her original song “There is Nothing Like.”
Taking second were Candice, Natalie and Elijah Williams who performed “It is Well.”
Tara, left, and Erica Schlader took second in the 5-12 year old division of the Two-Minute Talent show. Erica really loved that microphone.
For the second straight year Lauren Stubbers had CD troubles but still managed to win the 13-18 year old age
group at the Two-Minute Talent Show despite having to perform a cappella.
5-12 year old winners in the Two-Minute Talent Show were Elise Andrews (on keyboard) and Hailey Williams.
Lucas and Tyler Wemhoff had a comedy routine in the Two-Minute Talent Show "Cletus Takes the Reel" and took second in the 13-18 year old age group.
Heather Williams was the 19 and over winner in the Two-Minute Talent show with her original composition “There is Nothing Like”