2013-05-16 / Front Page

Anything goes at Big Show

BY KELSEY BLOCK
VIEW Intern


Tiffany Maurer, senior, performs her dance solo with a smile on her face despite dealing with technical difficulties that caused the music to skip around. 
Photos by Kelsey Block Tiffany Maurer, senior, performs her dance solo with a smile on her face despite dealing with technical difficulties that caused the music to skip around. Photos by Kelsey Block UBLY — Artistic talent was showcased in a big way Friday at Ubly Community Schools’ Sixth Annual Big Show. The Mad Hatter-themed event featured an art show, a talent show and fashion show, as well as a silent auction.

“It was an awesome Big Show,” Traci Souva, art teacher, said. “We’re celebrating creativity. The Big Show is a chance to showcase my seniors and to allow all the artistic kids a chance to shine. You get to see a side of the students you don’t see on the ball field. It’s one of the reasons I love the Big Show. … Anything goes.”

Indeed, anything does go at the Big Show. As a parting gift to their art teacher, the senior students pulled together to get Souva tickets to see a Bon Jovi concert.


Nutthida Owatwaroj prepares her newspaperthemed ensemble in the art room before the fashion show. Nutthida Owatwaroj prepares her newspaperthemed ensemble in the art room before the fashion show. “Mrs. Souva has been such an inspiration to all of us kids. She is a truly dedicated teacher, mentor and an overall awesome lady,” said Jacob Fulton, high school senior. Fulton has taken Souva’s classes for a total of five years.

“She’s so hard-working and does so much, not just for us students, but for everyone she knows and cares about. No one is more deserving of a gift than Mrs. Souva, and since she loves music, especially Bon Jovi, it was decided that we’d pool our resources together and get her to a concert,” Fulton said.

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