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Ankeny show choirs begin their season with a bang in Bloomington

(From left) Elijah Feldhans, Eva Drew, Adam Van Thomme, Atticus Pottratz (back middle), Jenna Freeseman, Nick Robie. “I love the energy that can be felt from every single person on stage. I love being a part of such a happy and intense ending of such a great show,” senior Atticus Pottratz said.

On Saturday, Jan. 27, the Ankeny Show Choirs attended the Bloomington Gold Show Choir competition in Bloomington, Minnesota. Ankeny’s treble prep group, Intensity, received first runner-up in the treble prep division for their show “Turn it Up!” Perpetual Motion, Ankeny’s mixed prep group, received first place in the mixed prep division, as well as fifth place overall. Their show “Clue” was also given the People’s Choice award for being an audience favorite. Ankeny’s varsity show choir, Visual Adrenaline, received first place in daytime awards, best choreography, and were the grand champions of the competition with their show “I am America.”

Other opportunities to see the show choirs perform include Feb. 10 at North Polk High School, Feb. 24 at Southeast Polk High School, and March 22-24 at Ankeny High School.

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Josie Babcock, Staff Reporter
Josie Babcock is a senior at Ankeny High School. She is involved in marching band, jazz band, National Honors Society, throws for track and field, and dances competitively outside of school. Josie plans to attend the University of Iowa after high school to study english and secondary education. A fun fact about Josie is that she enjoys collecting vinyl records and listening to music in her free time.
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Vivian Wu is a senior at Ankeny High School. She serves as co-web/print/multimedia editor and specializes in multimedia for The Talon. Outside of The Talon, Vivian is president of C.O.R.E., plays center snare for marching band, plays drums for Visual Adrenaline, is a member of the Mayor’s Youth Council, and helps lead Reel Ankeny Productions.
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