Canyon Crest sophomore wins talent competition

Daniela Camilleri

Daniela Camilleri, 15, a sophomore at Canyon Crest Academy, was recently named the winner of the senior category (15-18 years) at the County Exchange Search for Talent with her rendition of “My White Knight” from The Music Man. Daniela will be representing San Diego at the regional competition in Orange County at the end of the month. Winners at that level go on to compete in the district finals in the San Francisco Bay area in the summer.

Exchange, America’s Service Club, is a group of men and women working together to make communities better places to live through programs of service in Americanism, community service, youth activities and other national projects.

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