Winners Announced for ‘Keyser’s Got Talent’ competition

Keyser's Got Talent

The second annual ‘Keyser’s Got Talent’ competition, which is sponsored by the Black Student Alliance Club (BSA) at Potomac State College (PSC) of West Virginia University, delivered a variety of entertainment enjoyed by all.  Pictured (l-r) with the winners are: Michael Laws, PSC instructor and co-advisor to the BSA Club; Nickolas Cummings, from Keyser, received the First Place Award with his rendition of A Great Big World’s Say Something; Brandon Washington, executive vice president of the BSA Club; Louis Paul, from Cumberland, received the Third Place Award for his magic act; Jennifer Merrifield, assistant professor at PSC and co-advisor to the BSA Club; Olivia Young, from Short Gap, received the Second Place Award for her dramatic interpretation of That’s My King by Dr. S.M. Lockridge; and BSA Club President Antar Evans.