Troop 100 held their second-ever talent show and spaghetti dinner at Gardendale Church of the Nazarene, their charter organization.
Scouts are known for saving lives and being prepared, but this event allowed them to showcase their many talents. The Troop Talent Show is an opportunity for scouts to showcase their individual and group talent, while earning their own money to pay their way to summer camp and other scouting adventures. Scouts had to go through an audition process in front of a group of their peers to be part of the show. They planned every aspect of the event. Scouts signed up to cook, decorate, serve the spaghetti, take the tickets and clean up after it was all over. There was definitely something for everyone during the talent portion of the evening.
Performances included a variety of musical instruments, singing, dancing, skits, magic tricks and stand up comedy. This year they added a new element with an art show to showcase a variety of artistic mediums. Jackson Powell was the MC and the event coordinator. When people think of scouting usually camping, hiking and knots come to mind. But scouting is so much more. It is an organization that gives youth a chance to step up and learn leadership skills while making memories, having fun and creating lifelong friendships.