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Christmas with the Conservatory Chorale

Mark and Sherridan Anderson.

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Mark and Sherridan Anderson.

It was a crisp cold day outside, but inside the First Presbyterian Church, parishioners were toasty warm.

Jeanette VanHeyst and Dianne van den Ham.

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Jeanette VanHeyst and Dianne van den Ham. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Elaine and Beth Rust.

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Elaine and Beth Rust. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Kara Dixon and her daughter Brienna.

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Kara Dixon and her daughter Brienna. (MARIAH PHILLIPS)

Those in attendance were there to enjoy a nice afternoon of Christmas music performed by the Brandon University Conservatory Chorale.

The chorale was composed of 14 youngsters and, over the years, it has grown to more than 100 choristers, who range in age from six to 22 years old.

It was a wonderful concert enjoyed by a full house.

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition December 21, 2013

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Those in attendance were there to enjoy a nice afternoon of Christmas music performed by the Brandon University Conservatory Chorale.

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