(12/17/2002)
'Tis the Season for Music delivered nearly twenty Christmas favorites at the annual Christmas concert for the public, last night at the Calhoun Middle/High School auditorium. The seasonal music was performed by the high school choir, the Calhoun High band, the Vandalias, plus a special appearance by Calhoun Choral Reflections.

The school choir performed Joyfully we Sing, Clamor of the Poor, Angels Among Us, The Christmas Wish, A Caroling We Go, Hush, Slow Dancing in the Snow, Innkeeper and It's Beginning to Look Like Christmas. Faye Chambers was the director.

Choir members were Alecia Alcaraz-May, Kelly Badgett, Matthew Bonar, Kelly Brown, Brandi Burrows, Brandon Fox, George Haggerty, Kara Haymaker, Chelsie Hupp, Victoria Lamont, Sarah Lynch, Holly Moss, Samantha Parsons, Matthew Richards, Jessica Riddle, Barbara Shock, Jeanette Starcher, Amber Williams, Emily Yoak, Tara Thomas and Tiffany Swisher.

The audience sang along with many of the tunes,
played by high school band members.

Band Director Harry Beall displays the band's talents performing Happy Christmas Holiday, Chanukah Is Here, Let It Snow!, Christmas "Pop" Sing-A-Long and The Brighter Side of Christmas.

Band members included James Bailey, Matthew Bonar, Brandon Fox, Holly Moss, Samantha Parsons, Eva Richards, Susan Sullivan, William Weaver, Christi White, Debbie White, Briana Blankenship, JJ Bremar, Darrell Kisner, Christina Lovine, Amber Miller, Lauren Myers, Beth Richards, Tiffany Swisher and Emily Thomas.

Calhoun Choral Reflections performed, O Come Immanuel, One Candle Lights The Way, Mary Did You Know?, The First Chanaka Nights and Let There Be Peace On Earth.

Some of those performing last night were, Merwin Belcher, Jane Carpenter, Pam Gainer, Susan Pitts, Jackie Blankenship, Gina Cano-Stump, Cheryl Jarvis, Sharon Pitts, Virginia Buck, Carlene Frederick, Paige Toney, Calvin Wilson, Carroll McCauley, Dorothy McCauley and Nancy Weekley.

Choral Reflection's tune up back stage


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