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Avery and Alexa Roemer, sisters who have gained local fame for singing about dogs and raising money for animal shelters, perform during San Clemente’s Got Talent competition on Friday, March 31.
The Baker Canyon Boys took second place with their bluegrass tunes at San Clemente’s Got Talent on Friday, March 31, at Casino San Clemente.
Esther Sanchez performs during San Clemente’s Got Talent on Friday, March 31, at Casino San Clemente.
Photos and text by Eric Heinz
Casino San Clemente was host to a lively medley of entertainers and performers on Friday, March 31, for the first San Clemente’s Got Talent competition.
Singers and songwriters, selected from a committee by the San Clemente Sunrise Rotary Club, graced the stage to an audience of more than 100 people.
The winner, singer MacKenzie Wrap, won $1,000. Second place winners The Baker Canyon
Boys won $250. And in third place, Lilah Jane Kopenhofer won $100. Overall, the event is estimated by officials to have raised $10,000 for local children’s charities and programs.