St. Maries has Talent … and then some

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Kaitlyn Bartlett and Lexie Brebner entertained the crowd with a gymnastics routine.

More than 200 people attended the St. Maries Got Talent Show March 22. The show was sponsored by Potlatch Corp and will help benefit local couple Tony and Kelli Spooner. The money raised from the event will help Mr. and Mrs. Spooner pay costs associated with adopting two children from Africa.

Kelsey Craner, one of the organizers, said that close to $3,000 was raised and that the show might be organized next year to benefit another cause that supports children in the community.

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Braelie Caldwell performs a routine to the song Let It Go as part of the Stick It Gymnastics team that entertained at the talent show Saturday evening.

Daniel Compton played and sang Just to See You Smile for the crowd.

Daniel Compton played and sang Just to See You Smile for the crowd.

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Dani Shoemaker helps her daughter Rozlynn practice her hand stands backstage before the talent show Saturday.

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Members of the crowd check out the snacks available at the concession tables before the beginning of the talent show Saturday. All the money raised from the event went to help the Spooner family with adoption costs.

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Taylor Humphrey helps Allie Brebner with her hair backstage before the start of the talent show.

Tara Truscott curls her daughter Addison's hair before the performance.

Tara Truscott curls her daughter Addison’s hair before the performance.

Kelsey Craner served as master of ceremonies for the talent show Saturday.

Kelsey Craner served as master of ceremonies for the talent show Saturday.

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