Photo of the Week: The signs of Christmas

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Hannah Backus

Junior Hadlee Cook performs with her group for a final project in Traci Prather’s ASL II class signing a Christmas song. Cook’s group signed ‘Let it Snow.’ “Normally, we would get together and perform them for the deaf community, but this year, things are different,” junior Hadlee Cook said. “We worked a couple days on this, putting something together we had a lot of fun with. We came up with ideas on how to incorporate words or phrases that were in our songs and make them fun. We had a cheer with a make-shift fireplace for the fire it mentions in the song. We had bowls of fake snow we were throwing around. We were switching the way we were standing and made some dance moves in there.”