She received a one-semester scholarship to study with opera singer and vocal instructor Teresa Treadway Lloyd at Adirondack Community College.
Her win in the Lake George Has Talent contest means she won an opportunity to perform at the Great Escape amusement park this fall, and she is to receive hundreds of dollars of merchandise and services in prizes, her mother said.
Recently, in the auditions held at the TV8 studio in Glens Falls for an Adirondack tourism commercial, Lindsey was one of 10 people who received a call-back for filming, her mother Sharon Meade said. Several years ago, she won the Warren County Fair talent contest, and was an entrant in the New York State Fair Talent competition.
"Lindsey just has to get her name out there and get as much experience as she can," Meade said.
Lindsey's pursuits aren't limited to music. Her other interests in the performing arts include, dancing - tap, jazz, ballet, and hip-hop.
Also, she is active in basketball, field hockey, Students Against Destructive Decisions and Student Council, and she is a member of the Warren County Youth Board. She worked all summer, waitressing Susie Q's Restaurant in Brant Lake.
Lindsey's voice is well known in northern Warren County. She sings the National Anthem before basketball games, and sang at the Rotary Chestertown Club's 60th anniversary party held this summer.