December 20, 2007
Galena School presents Christmas program
The Galena School Christmas program was presented Tuesday, December 11, at 6 p.m. Students from kindergarten through eighth grade participated. The kindergarten and first grade students performed four musical selections with enthusiasm and excitement. The selections included “Holly Jolly Christmas,” “Nuttin’ for Christmas,” “Go, Tell It On the Mountain,” and “How Great Our Joy.” The second and third grade students performed “Jolly Old St. Nicholas,” and “Children, Go Where I Send Thee,” wonderfully. Following their performance, the recorder choir which includes students from third, fourth, and sixth grades played “Jingle Bells.” They did a beautiful job.
After the recorder choir performance, the fourth and fifth grade students performed “The Twelve Days of Christmas” and “The Night That Christ Was Born.” This group did a great job. The sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students performed a musical called “Cool Yule.”
Some of the outstanding characters in the musical included Santa, performed by Davion Milan, The New Elves on The Block, portrayed by LaTara Jones, Taniesha Beard, Allie Milam, and Terrica Davis. Fa La Cool and the Gang were portrayed by Kianna Sessom, Alyssa Velazquez, and Tierica Tunstall. Destiny Braswell potrayed Loretta Poinsettia; she looked beautiful.
The Reindeer Sisters included Jasree Powers, Amber Johnson, and Renique Hardaway. The Snow Surfers included Kianna Sessom, Alyssa Velazquez; and Dyveon Jones did a fantastic job as Mr. Scrooge. Kiana McCray portrayed Tina Tinsel. Tyiesha Jones and Keandrea Newsom performed along with her. Along with other choir members, these students gave a great performance singing and dancing to the music of the “Cool Yule.” The final selection “Alleluia, Praise Jehovah” was performed by students from grades two through eight combined, featuring Davion Milan, soloist. The overall performance was excellent.
With the support of principal, Charlie Hall, the collaborative efforts of the Galena staff, and Robbin J. Logan, music director, the program was a great success.
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