Choir hosts dinner and special performance

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Neighbors | Zack Shively.Choir teacher Shannon Nicholson saw that the choir had done a dinner and concert in the past and had success with it, so she wanted to bring it back. Pictured, Noah landry performed at the concert after the dinner.


Neighbors | Zack Shively.The high school's choir had a special concert for their families on May 19 after a dinner. The concert featured small ensembles, duets and solo performances. Pictured, Hailey Semchee performed "A Change In Me."


Neighbors | Zack Shively.The high school choir's concert had performances from 45 students in 20 songs during two acts. The songs they sang came from Broadway musicals. Pictured, Emily Garek and a barbershop quartet sang "Lida Rose" and "Will I Tell You" from the musical "The Music Man."


Neighbors | Zack Shively.Poland High School's choir program had a special event on May 19. They invited the families of their students to the school for a dinner and concert. Pictured, an ensemble of middle school choir students performed at the event.


Neighbors | Zack Shively.The choir's dinner event gave the program a fundraiser to help them improve the program. In addition to tickets for the dinner, they also sold tickets for a 50/50 raffle and t-shirts. Pictured, the high school choir performed "Footloose."


Poland Seminary High School’s choir had a dinner at the school on May 19 for parents where they entertained the guests.

The parents and grandparents of students within the high school choir bought tickets to a special dinner catered by Ciminero’s Banquet Centre that was followed by a unique performance by members of the choir.

“It gives the kids a chance to perform and show their talents,” said choir teacher Shannon Nicholson. She is in her first year at Poland and had seen that the dinner had been successful in the past, so she decided to bring it back.

The parents and grandparents arrived at the school and went to the cafeteria for their dinner. While handing in their tickets, they could buy 50/50 raffle tickets or buy a shirt from the choir.

After the dinner, the students sang Broadway songs in the auditorium. The students sang either by themselves, in duets or in small ensembles during the event. 45 students performed in 20 performances. The full choir also performed a couple songs.

The event worked as a fundraider for the group. The proceeds went directly back to the choir to help them improve their program.

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