Last updated: December 04. 2013 8:18PM - 407 Views
By Michael Ullery



Mike Ullery | Daily CallPiqua Show Choir members Makalya Carnes, a senior, and Tyrone Collier, a junior, display one of the paper chains that will be used as a backdrop during the Annual Holiday Vocal Concert and Cookie Walk on December 15 at the high school. The chains, which will be lighted by LEDs, contain 60,000 individual handmade links. Students from the choirs, as well as a number of student body members and parents worked for more than two weeks to complete the chains. Performances on the 15th will be held at 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Mike Ullery | Daily CallPiqua Show Choir members Makalya Carnes, a senior, and Tyrone Collier, a junior, display one of the paper chains that will be used as a backdrop during the Annual Holiday Vocal Concert and Cookie Walk on December 15 at the high school. The chains, which will be lighted by LEDs, contain 60,000 individual handmade links. Students from the choirs, as well as a number of student body members and parents worked for more than two weeks to complete the chains. Performances on the 15th will be held at 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.
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Piqua Show Choir members Makalya Carnes, a senior, and Tyrone Collier, a junior, display one of the paper chains that will be used as a backdrop during the Annual Holiday Vocal Concert and Cookie Walk on December 15 at the high school. The chains, which will be lighted by LEDs, contain 60,000 individual handmade links. Students from the choirs, as well as a number of student body members and parents worked for more than two weeks to complete the chains. Performances on the 15th will be held at 2:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m.

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