Twenty high school and middle school singers will take the stage May 9 for the annual Ascension Idol competition.
The singing competition is a fundraiser for The Ascension Fund, said Jennifer deFrances, executive director of the nonprofit organization.
The contest starts at 7 p.m. at the Gonzales Civic Center.
Students competed in earlier rounds for a chance to compete in the contest, which is based on the popular American Idol television competition.
The first-place winner will receive a MacBook Pro, second place wins an iPad and the third-place winner gets an iPad Mini.
Fans may vote online for their favorite singer for a $1 fee. Go to http://www.ascension
idol.com to vote.
- Aniya Ally, Prairieville Middle.
- Jesse Bateman, St. Amant High.
- Taylor Bell, Donaldsonville High.
- Sophia Bounnavong, Galvez Middle.
- Devin Breaux, East Ascension High.
- Jaycob Bradford, Donaldsonville High.
- Kaitlyn Cayette, Donaldsonville High.
- Tyler Gremillion, St. Amant High.
- Bobbie Henderson, St. Amant High.
- Gage Howell, Dutchtown High.
- Jonah Howell, Dutchtown High.
- Catlin Jacque, East Ascension High.
- Carleigh Keller, St. Amant High.
- Katelyn Landry, Dutchtown High.
- Amber Louque, St. Amant High.
- Ambra McBride, East Ascension High.
- Sylvon McBride, Dutchtown High.
- Ashlie Nicole McGowan, St. Amant High.
- Madeline Ringwald, Dutchtown High.
- Evangeline Turner, Dutchtown High.
Tickets for the show are $20 and can be purchased by calling (225) 677-8902.