Songs and laughs at annual Rogers Revue

Michael Sahlen, Michelle Tomsche and Paul Michael Tomsche sang a comical song called "Triplets." (Photos by Bruce Strand)

Michael Sahlen, Michelle Tomsche and Paul Michael Tomsche sang a comical song called “Triplets.” (Photos by Bruce Strand)

 

The fifth annual Rogers Revue, with local talent performing as a fundraiser for senior citizen activities, was held Wednesday evening at Word of Peace Church, with close to 100 in the audience. This year, the event was moved from April to June in order to be part of Rockin Rogers Days. The master of ceremonies this year was Michael Sahlen, music director of Word of Peace, who also performed (above) and told jokes. Pictured here are some of the acts.

Johanne McLeod sang "Don't Know Why."

Johanne McLeod sang “Don’t Know Why.”

Kate Tripoli sang "Both Sides Now" and "Send in the Clowns"

Kate Tripoli sang “Both Sides Now” and “Send in the Clowns”

Claire Van de Crommert  singing “Wild About You,” a song she wrote for her husband.

Claire Van de Crommert singing “Wild About You,” a song she wrote for her husband. She was accompanied by Ashley Wigar (guitar) and Kate Tripoli (djembe).

Candi Lucas and Dave McNellis are shown here singing "Jackson," with Tony Hines (off camera) providing guitar. Their group is called "Quarter Till Three."

Candi Lucas and Dave McNellis are shown here singing “Jackson,” with Tony Hines (off camera) providing guitar. Their group is called “Quarter Till Three.”

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