More than a pageant show
Mr. FHC donated its profits to the Make-a-Wish foundation
Every year Francis Howell Central hosts a talent show that is quite unique in it’s own. A playfully satirical take on showcasing their “talents”, gentlemen from any grade may participate in competing for the title of “Mr. FHC” such as senior Nathan Smith.
“I really enjoy Mr. FHC. It means a lot because we get to make a difference in the community while being a fun opportunity to help other people. This year we supported a kid named Noah and made his Make-a-Wish wish happen,” Smith said.
A collection goes out after all the acts have finished and the contestants have a limited amount of time to collect money. Each year the money collected goes to a specific cause.
“This year we supported a kid named Noah and made his Make-a-Wish wish happen,” Smith said.