Amid a Lotta Night Music, a 'Star' Is Born
– Photos by Grace F. Clark, student photographer
Arden F. Campbell, of Lebanon, a culinary arts technology major who was a judge at last year's competition, adds fashion and flair to an easy-going jazz number.
Violinist Christian T. Connolly, information technology sciences-gaming and simulation student from Montoursville
Top finishers (from right): Berfield, Bowes and Stansbury
Judges and competitors form a friendly tableau on the ACC stage, with Berfield taking his deserved spot front-and-center. Second row (from left): Rachel M. Mike, a welding and fabrication engineering technology student from Lewisburg, Bowes and Stansbury. Back row (from left): Keyser; Connolly; last year's champion, Lloyd A. Shope, of Blanchard, a baking and pastry arts student; Pigeot; Campbell and Chase.
Making their second appearance as hosts are Wilmer I. Clase and Morgan N. Keyser.
Andy G. Pigeot, of Bushkill, a mechatronics engineering technology major, opens the show before judges (from left) Thomas D. Inman, associate professor of aviation; Mallory L. Weymer, coordinator of student health and wellness/suicide prevention specialist; student Lauren J. Crouse; and Anthony J. Pace, director of student activities.
Bowes sings and plays ukelele on her way to a second-place finish.