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11th Annual Mr. Harriton raises $30,575 for trio of charities as Jacob Eiseman captures crown
11th Annual Mr. Harriton raises $30,575 for trio of charities as Jacob Eiseman captures crown

The 11th Annual Mr. Harriton Competition sponsored by the Student Council recently took center stage in Rosemont as the Rams raised more than $30,000 for a trio of charities, including the Lower Merion Scholarship Fund, Four Diamonds Fund for Cancer Research, and the American Red Cross. The nine contestants demonstrated an array of entertaining talents while putting on a stellar show – all for a great cause – in front of a sold-out crowd in the Harriton auditorium.

Representing their school in this year's contest were seniors Ethan Rodgers, Jack Torbeck, Max Flora, Markee Marshall, Nicky Kotler, Nate Nagvajara, Alex Chang and Alex Wu, along with junior Jacob Eiseman. The competitors did their best to win over the audience and judges throughout evening as they participated in a series of amusing events including a talent portion, catwalk, Q&A, several dance routines, and more. With the judges votes tallied, it was the lone underclassman Jacob Eiseman who ultimately captured the crown at this year's competition. To view a slideshow of pictures from the event, click on the image below!

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