Crazy Choir Christmas

Vocalists celebrate season with holiday party

Avery Platt, Staff Reporter

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The annual choir Christmas party held in the cafeteria Dec. 6 was a joyful night of games, songs, friends and food.     

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Golden \\ Winning the plate contest, senior Delaney Crane accepts the golden egg of Christmas. “Choir is a safe place where I can go whenever I’m feeling stressed or overwhelmed,” Crane said. “Making music with choir warms my heart and gives me the inspiration to bring more passion and heart to my everyday life, and to always see the beauty in things.”

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Smiley \\ Trying to win a game of hot potato, sophomore Ily Crawford stays calm, cool and smiley. “Choir is sort of a home away from home for me because even though I’m pretty quiet, I feel like I’m home wherever I’m singing with choir,” Crawford said.

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Chorus of laughter \\ Playing a game, choir president Cassie Lessard laughs with friends at the choir Christmas party. “I honestly don’t know what I would do without choir. I know that I will always have people who have my back, and making music with those people is so much fun,” Lessard said. “I love the relationships I’ve made through choir and the opportunities I’ve had as president.”

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Oh, deer \\ Devan Hardemon smiles as he is presented with the “most likely to get run over by a reindeer” superlative, which was voted on by his classmates. “I thought I won that because I’m a very clumsy person,” Hardemon said. “Choir to me is just a really fun large family with a passion for singing.”

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Squirrly \\ Cowering in fear, sophomore Emily Williams plays a game of hot potato with a stuffed squirrel. “Choir is a close friendship, and we get to bond over something so special, music,” Williams said.