ROSSMOYNE Senior High School’s wealth of talent was again on display recently when the school held its annual talent show, Rossy’s Got Talent.
Rossy’s Got Talent is based on the popular TV show and is organised by the school’s Interact Club in partnership with the Rotary Club of Rossmoyne to raise money for local charities.
This year, 35 students took part this year, with 11 acts making the 2016 final and the students raised $500 for Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Riverton MLA Mike Nahan visited the school to present the prize to this year’s winning combination, Tanmay Nigam and Mohamad Kamsani, who performed Feeling Good.
“I’ve been delighted to support Rossy’s Got Talent since its inception, as it is a fantastic initiative that provides exposure for students to showcase their skills in front of a live audience,” Dr Nahan said.
“It can also lead towards greater things, with last year’s winner Jason Ji going on a trip to the United States of America with Rotary International following his winning performance, which left the audience wanting more.
“I was fortunate enough to enjoy an impromptu encore performance from Tanmay and Mohamad, and I know they have great things ahead of them.”
Dr Nahan congratulated students who participated in this year’s show and said they should be proud of their fundraising efforts.
“Well done to everyone involved, including the Rotary Club of Rossmoyne, particularly Laurie Money, for continuing with this successful and enjoyable initiative,” he said.