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Fisk 3rd graders share talent

MINER, MO (KFVS) -

Third graders from Fisk Elementary share a million dollars' worth of talent.

The kids gave a patriotic presentation on Wednesday at the Missouri State Recorders' Convention.

It was held at the Miner Convention Center.

The kids say a show like this takes plenty of effort.

"We have to line up in order, and then we have to sing, we have to go through all the songs,” 3rd grader Kilah Adams said. “It really exciting cause, we're all just one class, we're all together, it's just really fun.

The group says they sing pretty well together.

Butler County recorder Debby Lundstrum asked the kids to make the presentation.

She noticed their talent after hearing them sing at the Ag Expo in Poplar Bluff a few months ago.

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