Pam Dudding
Contributing writer

It’s always a special time when the students from the local school present a special holiday concert.


Photo by Pam Dudding
The CCHS Band presented their Christmas Holiday selections which created a joyful atmosphere. Many wore their reindeer antlers and holiday hats to add to their CCHS blue shirts, honoring their school’s colors.

The Craig County High School Choir and Band gave a superb performance on Monday, December 17, at 6 p.m. in the auditorium that started the season with a gleeful feeling.

Music director Alyssa Schulk led both the Choir and the Band in their holiday musical performances. “Both groups will be performing traditional as well as contemporary pieces,” Schulke said.

Both ensembles are made up of students between the eighth and 12th grade. This year there are seven choir members: Desirea Becks, Abigail McAlwee, Katlyn Caldwell, Brittany Ledford, Samantha Sarver, Ashlyn Stanley and Sidnee Sirry. There are also 15 band members.

All of my students have been working diligently to learn music of varying difficulty levels and styles,” Schulke added.

They sang “African Noel” and Kelly Clarkson’s…



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