ROBBINSVILLE, NJ -- For the second year in a row Robbinsville residents proved that they have talent in music, dancing, singing, juggling, and performing. More than 400 people attended the Robbinsville's Got Talent showcase held at the Robbinsville High School featuing 18 amazing acts.
After several hours of impressive performances, the judging panel made up of Robbinsville High School Choir Director Brian Williams, and Recreation and Cultural Arts Advisory Committee Members Amit Chopra and Sherry Johnson chose the top three.
The 2019 Robbinsville's Got Talent first place award went to Nicolas Hattori and Rafael Ferreira for their yukele and vocal duet; second place went to Ava Yunacill for her dance routine; and third place was awarded to Edward An for his classical piano performance.
"Congratulations to all the applicants and participants who were willing to share their talents with the community, and we can’t wait to experience the growing talent that awaits in 2020 for the 3rd installment of Robbinsville’s Got Talent," said Kevin Holt, Robbinsville Recreation Manager. "Last, but certainly not least, a huge thank you to the many other volunteers from the Robbinsville Recreation and Cultural Arts Advisory Committee and Lifetree Community Church who were on hand to run the event alongside the Robbinsville Recreation Division, as well as all who came out to support the participants."
All proceeds from intermission refreshment sales went to the Robbinsville Education Foundation (REF) to assist with their missione of providing support and necessary items for the students of Robbinsville.
RGT was produced by Ray Bruker and Councilman Dan Schuberth with support from Mayor Dave Fried, Business Administrator, Joy Tozzi, and the Township Council.
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