The Norman Ritchie Community Centre was alive with talent Tuesday night in Kindersley.

Parents, grandparents, teachers, friends, and more nearly packed the large room at the centre for the Telemiracle Talent Night. Students from both Kindersley Composite School (KCS) and Elizabeth Middle School graced the stage with a number of performances such as singing, dancing, and even acting.

Desiree Thompson sang and played her ukelele during a brilliant cover of "I'm Yours" by Jason Mraz.

There was no shortage of dabs with Elizabeth Middle School students Alexis, Ava, Brinley and Madison performing their skit.

The annual event is organized by KCS to help raise funds for the Telemiracle telephon, and the students have already gotten off to a great start with their fundraising since the talent night.

$3,000 was raised from Tuesday's successful event with more on the way. The school is planning to offer students more opportunities to donate, such as a taco sale and hat day, before the March 2nd deadline.

Western Zephyr featuring Jacob, Eli, and Blake with Hunter filling in on vocals. They covered "Seven Nation Army" by The White Stripes.

Showing off the guitar skills with a behind-the-back guitar solo while covering "Seven Nation Army".

Hailey Evoy sang a wonderful cover of Loretta Lynn's "You Ain't Woman Enough (To Take My Man)".

Once all the money is collected, eight students from the school's Student Leadership Committee will present the donation amount on television during the Telemiracle broadcast. In addition, the individuals will be tallying donations for the totals board on-air from 6:00-9:00 AM during the television special. The broadcast is scheduled for Sunday, March 5th in Saskatoon.

The school is still receiving donations for their fundraising efforts. If anyone is interested in making a donation towards Telemiracle, they can make a check payable to the Telemiracle Kinsmen Foundation or contact the school for more infortmation.