Tonna’s got talent


Mady Vieths

NHS Talent Show winner Logan Johnson collects his check from emcees Luke Wanous and Timon Higgins

Courtney Zimmermann, Writer

On Saturday, March 15, the Owatonna High School NHS had their annual talent show. They have had a talent show every year for over 20 years. Advisor Mike Stormo said, “We have a talent show to show the talents of OHS students and so that NHS can have a group activity to work on.”  This year, about $900 will be going to the Lily Sparrow House. Senior Logan Johnson won first place with a solo, winning a prize of $300. Sophomore Juncheng Wang won second place with yo-yo, winning $200. And seniors Josh Dub, Haaken Bungum, junior Jacob Hellevik, sophomores Ryan Guenther and Eric Benson all won third place with brass instruments and a skit, winning $100. There were many talents including singing, instrumentals, musical medleys and yo-yoing. This year’s judges were Beth Owens, Doug Wanous, Katie Wanous, seniors Emily Emanuelson and Martin Gleason. About 250-300 people were able to attend this year, making it yet another successful NHS talent show.