Caroline Rozychi, left, 13, tap dances with best friend Madison Posey, 8, to the song "Stawberry Patch" during the talent show at the Beaufort Water Festival Wednesday evening at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park.  Rozychi and Posey, both of Beaufort, placed first in the group category for the first half of the talent show.
Caroline Rozychi, left, 13, tap dances with best friend Madison Posey, 8, to the song "Stawberry Patch" during the talent show at the Beaufort Water Festival Wednesday evening at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. Rozychi and Posey, both of Beaufort, placed first in the group category for the first half of the talent show. Delayna Earley, staff photo
Caroline Rozychi, left, 13, tap dances with best friend Madison Posey, 8, to the song "Stawberry Patch" during the talent show at the Beaufort Water Festival Wednesday evening at Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park. Rozychi and Posey, both of Beaufort, placed first in the group category for the first half of the talent show. Delayna Earley, staff photo

Beaufort Water Festival welcomes local performers at Talent Show

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