Harbor Village Filled With Sound Of Music

Anita Campbell
County Reporter
After an afternoon of tough competition, T. J. Duggins of Warsaw came out as the champ in The Voice competition at the Warsaw Senior Center on Saturday, June 22.
Diggins, who won the judges over with his rendition of “Unchained Melody” and “God Bless America” lives in the Katy Village apartment complex.
Coming in a second place win was Donnie Worthley of Lincoln. Third place was awarded to Shelby Neal of Windsor.
There were 14 contestants in what the organizers said was one of the best competition they had witnessed.
The Voice organizer Sue Ann Mitsche said that the competition had raised approximately $2500 and they would be using the money to supplement their home delivery of meals program as well as purchasing supplies for various programs such as exercise equipment.
“We had some really incredible talent this year,” said Mitsche. “We had 14 contestants and the top three had to sing four songs to break the tie.”
Mitsche commented that over 30 volunteers helped to organize and work at The Voice competition this year.
“This is our fourth singing competition and it seems to get bigger every year,” Mitsche said. “We had at least 70 people watching the competition.”
Check out all the opportunities at Harbor Village located on the Truman Dam Access Road.  Lunch is served Monday through Friday.