Pinkerton's Got Talent set
DERRY — The Pinkerton Academy Future Business Leaders of America hosts the annual Pinkerton's Got Talent event on Thursday, Nov, 29, at 6:30 p.m. in the Stockbridge Theatre.
Proceeds raised goes to support Pinkerton's FBLA group and puts many of the Academy's students and staff on stage to show off their various talents.
"It’s an amazing way to come together as a school and showcase the talents of our students, said student Grace Burns, a member of Pinkerton's FBLA.
The show is open to the public and is $8 for admission, cash only. This is the 11th year for the show.
Derry teen takes riding honors
DERRY — Clea Cloutier, 16, of Derry has been selected as the overall winner of the 2018 USEF Youth Sportsman’s Award through the U.S. Equestrian Federation.
As the winner of award, Cloutier receives a $1,000 grant and commemorative USEF Youth Sportsman’s trophy. Her name has also been submitted for consideration for the USEF Junior Equestrian of the Year.
The primary goals of the US Equestrian Youth Sportsman's Award is to identify future leaders within the equine industry from across all breeds and disciplines and distinguish outstanding youth for their achievements.
Individuals 17 or younger, as of December 1 of the current competition year, who are active members in good standing with US Equestrian and their recognized national affiliate or International Discipline Association are eligible to apply. Applicants are expected to demonstrate an ongoing commitment and dedication to the promotion of equestrian sport, serve as a positive role model for peers, and exhibit characteristics that exemplify positive sportsmanship principles. Community involvement in equestrian activities as well as involvement at any level of competition are additional requirements applicants must meet.