The annual Rotary Stars of Dundas presented a revue that appealed to all ages. Stephanie Eccles and sister Stacey Bishop returned for their 11th year awing the audience with When You Say Nothing At All, Poker Face and Say Something. The trio of Vocal-Tude kept us smiling with Peaceful Easy Feelings and Will the Circle be Unbroken.
Steven Andrews, a member of Vocal-Tude brought down the house with You Raise Me Up - so much so that he brought tears to the eyes of EmCee Bruce Eccles. 
The young entertainers were amazing. Thomas Nunan sang a song he wrote, The Hero That You Chose, as well as Anything. Avery Schmalz’s voice was meant for the St. James Anglican Church acoustics, singing I found a Boy and People Help the People.
The dance trio of Julia Vance, Severn Keen and Audrey Ewen gave an Arabian Nights performance and Severn Keen a solo to Touch the Sky. 
The baby grand piano filled the church with the sounds of The Entertainer and Fur Elise played by Adam Eldridge. And Elyssa Armstrong and Amy Goodes sang a duet of This is Where.
Nav Pooni rocked the room with his guitar, singing Suspicious Minds and Blackbird. And organist Richard Hansen reminded the audience that they were in fact in a church with his renditions of Jesu Joy of Mans and Introduction and Fugue. 
Magician, Brandon Love preformed two acts that had the audience scratching their heads, wondering how he did them. Brandon also performed for individuals during the pre-show and intermission wine and cheese social.
During the event the two Rotary clubs in Dundas made a $5000 presentation to St. Joseph’s Villa in support of 12 new beds that recently opened. 
The Stars of Dundas was produced by Joan Ballantyne. Besides choreographing the show, Joan put her powerful voice into singing For Good and Time To Say Goodbye. Stars of Dundas is an annual opportunity for the club to highlight local talent and raise funds for local and international service projects.