Philip Brown showed off his skills as a stand-up comedian at the third annual show last Thursday, sponsored by the NOHS Spanish Honor Society.
The North Oconee High School Spanish Honor Society held its third annual Teacher Talent Show March 8 in the school's Fine Arts auditorium. Finishing in first place was stand-up comedian extraordinaire Principal Philip Brown who, according to Spanish teacher Laura Harrison, "was really, really good and poked good-natured fun at administrators, teachers and students." Social Studies teacher Richard Rosch's musical talents earned him a second place finish, and counselor Mike Kulp and Coach Brian Bishop's skit, "Back in My Day," placed third. Other winners were: The Spanish Honor Society is donating half of all proceeds to the Oconee Food for Kids program.