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Talented TFS middle school students perform for classmates 

 
 

 

Sixth-grader Timothy Beck of Clayton performs Country Roads/Rock Me.
Brian Boyd/Tallulah Falls School 

Sixth-grader Jake Owensby of Cornelia plays Amazing Grace upside down.
Brian Boyd/Tallulah Falls School


Tallulah Falls School middle school students and faculty were treated to a series of spirited performances as the House of Owls student group hosted a talent show on Jan. 15. Students were treated to seven different acts at the school-wide assembly. Sixth-grader Caroline Smith of Cleveland performed Classical Mozart-Symphony #40 on the electric piano, sixth-grader Lily Turpin of Demorest sang Want It Now and seventh-grader Jace Ibemere of Decatur sang All of Me. The TFS seventh- and eighth-grade choir performed Down in the River to Pray and Pass Through the Waters.  Sixth-grader Jake Owensby of Cornelia displayed a rare talent as he played Amazing Grace on the keyboard while upside down. Sixth-grader Timothy Beck of Clayton received a rousing response as he sang a spirited rendition of Country Roads/Rock Me while playing the ukulele. Several members of the TFS middle school faculty joined the fun as the TFS Faculty Chorale sang Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band/With a Little Help from My Friends.