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Albion chorus goes caroling in community

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 22 December 2017 at 1:33 pm

Photos by Tom Rivers

ALBION – Members of the Albion High School Select Chorus are making many stops in the community today, singing Christmas carols. This photo shows part of the group in the Orleans County legislative office in the second floor of the County Clerks’ Building. The singers include, from left: Miranda Smith, Alanna Holman, Annalise Steier, Emily Merger, Brennan Moody, Casey Starkweather and Camry Raymond.

The carolers stopped in the Orleans County Real Property Tax Services office and sang to Dawn Allen, director of the that county department.

The chorus visited businesses and county government offices on Main Street before heading to Hoag Library and later at The Village House. The chorus also sang at Rainbow Preschool, Clover Hill, The Villages of Orleans and the Nutrifare site.

Here are some of the carolers singing at the County Clerk’s Office. Alana Holman, second from left, and Miranda Smith are up front with Santa hats.

County Clerk Karen Lake-Maynard and her staff give the singers a round of applause.

The singers joined together in a larger group to sing at Hoag Library.

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