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Seniors Got Talent Knoxville, TN

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On November 18th, 2021, 10 Seniors performed in the Big Show “Seniors Got Talent” at The Bijou Theatre.

Congratulations to the top 3 winners of the 1st Annual Morning Pointe “Seniors Got Talent, Knoxville” showcase! 
First place James Taylor, singer, second Place Kathy Chenoweth, singer & third Place [TIE] Partners in Rhyme Duo and Early Bird Special Band.
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See What Morning Pointe Seniors Got Talent is All About

Enjoy a short recap of Morning Pointe Seniors Got Talent Knoxville, TN 2021.

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Hosts

Bob Kesling

Lead Announcer On The Vol Radio Network Since 1999

Bob Kesling was named lead announcer on the Vol Radio Network in 1999. He is the play-by-play voice for Tennessee football and basketball on the 70 plus stations on the Vol Network. Kesling also serves as the host for “Vol Calls”, the weekly coach’s call-in radio show and the “Big Orange Hotline” during the football season as well as the “Josh Heupel Show” and the “Rick Barnes Show” on the Vol Television Network.

 

Kesling began his association with the University of Tennessee as a walk-on fullback on the 1972 freshman football team. His broadcasting career began in 1974 when John Ward hired him as a film editor for the “Bill Battle Show” on the Vol Television Network while he was a student at the University of Tennessee.

 

Judges

Holly Warlick

Former Head Basketball Coach of The Tennessee Lady Vols

Holly is a highly-decorated former head basketball coach of the Tennessee Lady Vols. A disciple of the legendary, late Pat Summitt, Warlick was an All-America player from 1976-80, an assistant and associate head coach for 27 seasons from 1985 to 2012, and head coach from 2012 to 2019. She thrived during her more than three decades in the spotlight at Rocky Top. Now, she is a women’s basketball analyst for ESPN and is a Pat Summitt Advisory Board member.

Ted Hall

Evening Anchor & Managing Editor for WVLT-TV Channel 8

Ted Hall is thrilled to call East Tennessee home…again.

He is the evening anchor and Managing Editor for WVLT-TV channel 8.

Ted moved to Knoxville in 1988 to be the weekend sports anchor at WBIR-TV. 

After nearly 20 years on the air in various jobs he left to be the main anchor at WXIA-TV in Atlanta.

8 years later he decided he and his family really wanted to be back where all 3 of his kids, with wife Lesa, were born. 

Susan Arp

Independent Fund Development & Public Relations Consultant

Susan Sellers Arp is an independent fund development and public relations consultant with more than 40 years of experience and expertise in fund development consultation for non-profit organizations, development and execution of public relations strategies, branding campaigns and events, and coordinating media and community relations for her clients. Susan has been an affiliate of SRW & Associates, an association of independent public affairs and public relations professionals since its founding in 2004. She has previously served as an Administrative and Development Director of Knoxville Opera.

Susan Richardson Williams

Leader in Public Affairs and Business

Susan Richardson Williams has spent 40 years in the public and private sector working primarily in the government and community relations arenas and is well-known throughout the region as a leader in public affairs and business.

In addition to years of expertise, Susan brings her relationships within government, industry, and the media to her clients, which include Gulf & Ohio Railways, Merit Construction, The Locust Street Group, and The Utility Management Federation.

Prior to launching SRW & Associates, Susan managed the Knoxville office of The Ingram Group, a statewide public relations firm. She has been in the Cabinet of two Governors and on the staff of a third. She was a Tennessee press representative for a U.S. Senator and was elected Chair of the Tennessee Republican Party. Williams also served for eight years as Associate Athletics Director with the University of Tennessee Lady Vols.

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