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Choirs to perform fall concert Sept. 24

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Assistant choir director Reese Kingcade works with Chorale in preparation for the fall concert.

Assistant choir director Reese Kingcade works with Chorale in preparation for the fall concert.

Katelyn Spivey

Katelyn Spivey

Assistant choir director Reese Kingcade works with Chorale in preparation for the fall concert.

Blake Loria, Staff Reporter

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Choir students will perform Monday, Sept. 24 in their fall concert at 7 p.m. in the auditorium. Doors open at 6:45.

Prior to the concert, choir boosters will offer membership, choir shirts, window decals, yard signs and discount cards, which generates proceeds for the choir program.

“Really, the entire concert is a chance to kick off the year in the right way,” head choir director Brandon Farren said. “It’s a chance for us to get our feet wet on stage. It will last anywhere from 40-50 minutes, and afterwards we’ll have a big reception in the commons for the choirs and their parents or guardians.”

Farren said the concert is the first chance many students get to sing at a high school level.

It’s exciting to see 200 young people all come together for one common goal. ”

— Brandon Farren

“I’m so proud of the kids for where they have come when we started on the first day of school, and it’s exciting to see 200 young people all come together for one common goal of knowledge,” Farren said. “What’s amazing about choir is there are 200 kids from 200 different backgrounds, yet they all come together for one purpose and one idea, and it’s the most beautiful thing about it. It truly is a communal effort.”

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Blake Loria, Staff Reporter

Hello! I am a sophomore, and this is my first year on staff. I love writing, and I’m eager to to start a student career in journalism as a staff reporter. I want to be a journalist someday, and I am honored to be a part of The Eagle’s Tale staff. I am also involved in Key Club, Spanish Club and iConnect. Outside of school, I enjoy listening to political commentary, so I read and scour the internet a lot. I spend a lot of time on YouTube and social media. I’m excited for this year.

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Hi there! I am a senior, and this is my third year on staff and second as editor-in-chief. I am choir president and a member of the varsity and show choirs, and in theater, I participate in musical and the One-Act Play competition. I am a self-proclaimed cat mom to a slightly overweight orange cat,...
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