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Concert offers songs of the season

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Published on December 19, 2017 5:41PM

The Grant Union Junior-Senior High School choir sings out Wednesday, Dec. 13, at their holiday concert at the school. The middle school and high school bands also performed.

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The Grant Union Junior-Senior High School choir sings out Wednesday, Dec. 13, at their holiday concert at the school. The middle school and high school bands also performed.

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Kennedy Benge is on flute and Max Bailey plays alto saxophone in the middle school band at the holiday concert.

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Kennedy Benge is on flute and Max Bailey plays alto saxophone in the middle school band at the holiday concert.

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Matthew Shorts, center, plays alto saxophone in the high school band with Cody Bowden, left, on bari sax, and Madison Spencer on trombone at the Grant Union holiday concert.

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Matthew Shorts, center, plays alto saxophone in the high school band with Cody Bowden, left, on bari sax, and Madison Spencer on trombone at the Grant Union holiday concert.

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Grant Union Junior-Senior High School students set the tone for the season at their Wednesday, Dec. 13 holiday concert.

The school’s old gym was packed as music director Lori Hart led the middle school band, high school band and junior-senior choir.

Some selections were traditional, such as “Let It Snow!” and “Carol of the Bells.” The choir also drew laughs from the audience with a song titled “The Twelve Days After Christmas.”





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