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Wednesday – Nov. 30, 2016

| Thursday, December 1, 2016 9:24 a.m
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Highlands High School opens the choral festival with a candlelit performance of ' Silent Night ' to kick off the 29th annual Choral Festival.
Sidney Davis | Tribune-Review
A pedestrian walks in a steady rainfall across the Route 28 overpass in RIDC Park on Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016.
Steph Chambers | Tribune-Review
A pedestrian crosses Main Street in Greensburg on a gloomy Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
The Freeport Area High School Choir sings and dances their showstopper, 'What Christmas Means to Me,' during the annual Alle-Kiski Choral Festival at Highlands School on Wednesday night, Nov. 30, 2016. Six area high schools participated in the 29th annual event. For photos of the other school choirs, turn to page A5.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Springdale High School student Brooke Haid finished her flute solo during 'What Child Is This.' Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Riverview High students Rebecca Baird (left) and Gabriella Harley sing 'Auld Lang Syne.' Wednesday,Nov. 30, 2016.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Burrell High student Brian Ulizio sings with the school's concert choir, under the direction of Francine Corsi. Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016.
Jan Pakler | For the Tribune-Review
Kiski Area High School sings 'Winter Lullaby' for the packed house at Highlands High School during the annual Alle-Kiski Choral Festival. Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016

Daily images from across the region by Tribune-Review staff photographers.

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