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Staff performs in sixth-annual showcase tonight

Every year, staff from all over the Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose schools participate in a staff showcase.  The talent show is taking place tonight, Februaury 19, at the Buffalo High School in the Performing Arts Center.

The staff put on this talent show each year to raise money for student scholarships for the seniors of Buffalo High School.

In 2004, the school held the first Staff Schowcase.  “It was Mike Walsh’s idea,” said Mike Quady.  “This is the sixth year that the showcase has been going.”

“There are about fifty staff involved in the showcase, and another fifty behind the scenes,” Quady said.  “The staff plan all of the original acts on their own.”

Tonights show will be featuring acts such as “Wild Horses” put on by Emily Greeley, Charley Keifenheim, Dave Robinson, and Evan Ronken, and “Fly Me to the Moon” put on by James Jarvie, Scott Rabehl, and Jason Swanson, in addition to teachers all over the district.

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