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Choirs from area high schools set the holiday spirit at the Alle-Kiski Choral Festival

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The Freeport Area choir perform during the 32nd Annual Alle-Kiski Choral Festival produced by the Highlands Area Rotary Club on Wednesday Nov 28, 2018.
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Deer Lakes student Anesha Lambert-Chairez participates in singing “Bridge over Troubled Water” during the 32nd Annual Alle-Kiski Choral Festival produced by the Highlands Area Rotary Club on Wednesday Nov 28, 2018.
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Kiski Area’s CJ Mascerello joins in singing “Here we Come-a-Caroling” during the 32nd Annual Alle-Kiski Choral Festival produced by the Highlands Area Rotary Club on Wednesday Nov 28, 2018.
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Roughly 400 students from six local school districts, Highlands, Burrell, Kiski Area, Deer Lakes, Freeport and Springdale perform during the 32nd Annual Alle-Kiski Choral Festival produced by the Highlands Area Rotary Club. The group is directed by guest conductor Stephen Donnelly. Wednesday Nov 28, 2018.
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Springdale High School’s choral group participates in the 32nd Annual Alle-Kiski Choral Festival produced by the Highlands Area Rotary Club on Wednesday Nov 28, 2018.
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Highlands High School Choral members line around the auditorium with candles lit for their opening song, “Holy Night, Silent Night” during the 32nd annual Alle-Kiski Choral Festival on Wednesday, Nov 28, 2018. The event is sponsored by the Highlands Area Rotary Club, roughly 400 students performed from six local school districts, Highlands, Burrell, Kiski Area, Deer Lakes, Freeport and Springdale performed on stage at one time with guest conductor Stephen Donnelly.
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Debby Borland records her daughter’s performance in the 32nd Annual Alle-Kiski Choral Festival on Wednesday Nov 28, 2018. Borland’s daughter, Leah, is a Springdale High School student.
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Burrell student Emma Mock sings Holy night silent night,as the Burrell choir participates in the 32nd Annual Alle-Kiski Choral Festival produced by the Highlands Area Rotary Club. Wednesday Nov 28, 2018.

Choirs from six area high schools performed at the Alle-Kiski Choral Festival on Wednesday night at Highlands High School. The 32nd annual event, which features mostly holiday music, is sponsored by the Highlands Area Rotary Club. Participating were various choirs from Burrell, Springdale, Deer Lakes, Kiski Area, Freeport Area and Highlands. As is the tradition, all of the choirs combined on stage for the finale, “Hallelujah Chorus.”

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