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Cranberry girl earns Kean Quest award

| Wednesday, April 17, 2013, 9:01 p.m.
Submitted | Cranberry Journal
Jackie Evancho presented Paige Hurbanek of Cranberry Township with the third annual “Jackie Evancho Award.”

Singing sensation Jackie Evancho presented Paige Hurbanek of Cranberry with the third annual “Jackie Evancho Award” during the Kean Quest Talent Search Youth Finals at the Kean Theatre last week.

The award is presented to a contestant that, like Jackie, has competed in Kean Quest for two or more years, works hard, never gives up and continues to follow his or her dreams no matter the outcome of the competition.

Paige played the guitar and performed an original composition titled “Cold Dreams.” She has competed in Kean Quest for seven years and attends eighth grade at St. Kilian Parish School.

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