SFCC PACE Has Got Talent 

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Spokane Fall's Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) program held its annual "PACE Has Got Talent: It's About Time" variety show on Friday, June 10, 2016. PACE helps prepare students with disabilities for employment.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) Assistant Dean Linda DeFord, right, jokes with students Brian, left, and Adam in the green room.
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Volunteer Karen Kearney, left, helps Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student Jay with his jacket in the green room.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) students Marcus, left, and Annette, center, speaks with Sally Cauchon, a parent of one of their fellow students, in the green room.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) students Micaela, left, and Liz pose for a photograph in the green room.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) instructor and show director/choreographer Judy Mandeville, right, speaks with student Andrea, center, and her mother Marsha Swenson.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student Chris waits for the opening.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) students, staff and parents wait for the opening as the video "What Matters Most/It's About Time" plays.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) students, staff and parents stand on stage for the opening.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student Daniel sings "Fly Me To The Moon".
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(Left to right) Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) students Darin, Rachelle, Bobby, Kyle, Daniel, Joe and Chris dance to "Surfing' U.S.A." and "Splish Splash".
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student Kendall bows after playing "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" on the piano.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) students Grace, center, and Andrea, right, sing "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" as fellow student Kendall holds fabric.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student C.J. speaks while holding a sign.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student Joe, right, sings "Little Darlin'" as instructor and show director/choreographer Judy Mandeville dances.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student Milicca dances to "Break Every Chain".
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student Stephen, right, sings "Mom" as guest artist Meghan Wells dances.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student Adam, right, sings "What A Wonderful World" as fellow student Milicca dances.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) instructor and show director Eric Moede speaks.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) instructor and show director/choreographer Judy Mandeville, left, speaks with guest artist Jenny Anne Mannan back stage.
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Guest artist Tucker Edwards, left, Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student Christopher dance to "Pure Imagination".
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Guest Artist Grace Barnes, left, and Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student Annette dance to "Pure Imagination".
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Volunteer Robert Dowling, right, leads Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) student Darin towards the stage for the finale.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) students, staff, parents and volunteers perform the finale.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) students, staff, parents and volunteers perform the finale.
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Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) Assistant Dean Linda DeFord, right, jokes with students Brian, left, and Adam in the green room.