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Nicholas Miniard wins 20th-annual Lindsey Idol

By Chloe Thomas

A Lindsey Wilson College freshman won the 20th-annual "Lindsey Idol" Thursday night at V.P. Henry Auditorium.

Freshman Nicholas Miniard from Russell Springs, KY, won the singing competition which included five LWC students in the event's final round. Junior Keely Dennis of Greenville, KY, won second place, and senior Camila Leite of Sao Paulo, Brazil, received third place.

The top three contestants were selected based on scoring from a three-judge panel.

The three-day singing event - sponsored by the LWC Student Government Association and the LWC Student Activities Board - began Monday night with 14 LWC students who competed for prize money.

The two other finalists were sophomore Tess Levine from Louisville, KY, and Cameron Harris from Leitchfield, KY.




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Top Three in Lindsey Idol



2020-02-15 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Chloe Thomas.
LWC freshman Nicholas Miniard of Russell Springs, Ky., won 2020 "Lindsey Idol" Thursday night, February 13 at V.P. Henry Auditorium. From left, fellow "Lindsey Idol" finalists Keely Dennis of Greenville, Ky., and Camila Leite of Sao Paulo, Brazil.

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Lindsey Idol Hosts



2020-02-15 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Chloe Thomas.
The hosts for the 20th-annual "Lindsey Idol" singing competition at LWC were, from left, LWC Director of Alumni Relations Hannah Peck of Columbia, KY, and Doris & Bob Holloway Health and Wellness Center Director Abe Cross of Columbia, KY. The event was sponsored by LWC Student Government Association and the Student Activities Board. Pictured, right, SGA student body president Jakob Beckley from Pleasureville, KY.

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Miniard wins 20th-annual Lindsey Idol



2020-02-15 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Chloe Thomas.
LWC freshman Nicholas Miniard of Russell Springs, KY, is announced as the winner of 2020 "Lindsey Idol" on Thursday in V.P. Henry Auditorium . This is the 20th year the college has held the competition that is a parody of the television program "American Idol". More than 300 students and guests attended the three-night event that began on February 11, 2020.

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Final Five Contestants



2020-02-15 - Columbia, KY - Photo by Chloe Thomas.
LWC freshman Nicholas Miniard of Russell Springs, KY, won the 20th-annual "Lindsey Idol" contest Thursday, February 13, 2020, at V.P. Henry Auditorium. From left, fellow "Lindsey Idol" finalists Camila Leite of Sao Paulo, Brazil; Keely Dennis of Greenville, Ky.; Cameron Harris of Leitchfield Ky.; Tess Levine of Louisville, Ky.; and Miniard.

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