On Wednesday, Oct. 23, Chick-fil-A hosted a talent night as part of its annual High School Challenge fundraiser featuring Palm Beach Central, Royal Palm Beach, Seminole Ridge and Wellington high schools.
The winner of the contest was Wellington High School’s Alyssa Coon, who sang an original song. The first runner-up was Palm Beach Central singer Isabella Marshall, while the second runner-up, with a magical light show, was Kassidy Dunn from Royal Palm Beach High School.
The emcees, both from Royal Palm Beach High School, were Bria Coppin and Que Nelson.
“The emcees were amazing and ended the show with a customized dance routine that had everyone in the audience on their feet, cheering and dancing along with them. It was definitely a night to remember,” said Angela Bloom, sales and marketing director for Chick-fil-A in Royal Palm Beach and the Mall at Wellington Green.
Everyone was grateful for the Village of Wellington allowing the event to take place at the amphitheater. “This was quite a talented group of students this year,” Chick-fil-A Marketing Manager Amy Strassel said.