"It's just really fun because you get to go out there and you get to do what your proud of doing and let other people see it." Said Megan Spiers, 13-year-old Contestant.
"Who doesn't love a live entertainer, you know it's great. And, it's important for the kids, I really think that they make friends. Believe it or not they come even though they might be competing they're making friends while their doing it too." Said Sara Mitchell, Recreation Superintendent for Pittsburg Parks and Recreation.
Three judges will select about one third of the contestants to move on to the final round in a few weeks.
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