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SENTINEL TRIBUNE :)N P00E:C ORD Wednesday, December 21, 2011 Page 2 4th, 5th and 6th grade band, choir, and the senior high band and choir presented holiday concerts i From page I During the last song Santa Claus made a special appearance greeting people in the audience. The concert was directed by Mr. Tom Vondracek. Following the program the audience was invited to enjoy cookies and bars. WWG High School Holiday Concert Last Thursday night the Concert Band and Choir presented their Holiday Concert. The Concert Band opened the program playing Thunderer a stirring piece by John Phillips Sousa, he composed 136 marches, 15 operettas, and 70 other songs and many other pieces. Then the band performed And the HeraM Angels Sang an African Bell Carol by James Swearingen, and featured the per- cussion section. Then the lights were turned off and Special Effects, using black lights and smoke, the band played Celebration a Mannheim Steamroller song by Chip Davis and Long Field. It featured dance choreog- raphy by Chorly Xiong, Yuepan Vue, Vang Vue, and Megan Yang. The choir then featured its Special Groups. Accompanists were Amy Nelson and Kaylee Mischke. The girls group Chorolaires performed Jingle Bells, and Nanita Lullaby a Spanish carol. The boy's Fifties group had fun as they sported top hats and canes in one of their numbers. They sang And All the Town Be Merry, Fun, Fun, Fun, and Gloria. The Vocal Jazz group sang A Carol in Winter, and Look Up, Children. Next the WWG Jazz Band performed three numbers. Oye Como Va, featuring solos by Abby Dusek, and Kelsi Long Wahl. In the Mood, featuring solos by Amy Nelson and Caleb Dusek. They concluded their session with an up beat Christmas tune Funky Ol'St. Nick featuring solos by, Amy Nelson and Caleb Dusek. Then the Concert Choir performed sev- eral numbers accompanied by Amy Nelson, Marly Johnson, and Shirley Iverson. The first number was Welcome, Welcome, Tis the Season, followed by Angels We Have Heard on High, and Mary's Little Boy. The next number The Legend of the Good, Good King was interpreted by Shannon Helgeson. It was followed by a rather unusal song and a rather unusual visitor a gorilla, as the choir sang and played Kazoos, Good King Kong Looked Out. To close the concert members of the com- munity joined the choir singing Handel's Hallelujah Chorus from Messiah. After the concert the audience was treat- ed to bars and cookies. The WWG Jazz Band performing one of their numbers last Thursday night at the Winter Holiday Concert. The WWG Choralaires performed last week at the Holiday Concert directed by Constance Knott. CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR YOU Ph. 274-6136 or 1-800-410-1859 i2/22 26/I 5 Snow show- ers in the morning. Highs in the mid 20s and lows in the mid teens. I Fn 12/23 31/19 Mainly sunny. Highs in the low 30s and lows in the upper teens 37120 Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 30s and lows in the low 20s. 32/19 Mix of sun and clouds. Highs in the low 30s and lows in the upper teens. 126 37/22 Times of sun and clouds. Highs in the upper 30s and lows in the low 20s. ii Answers for the Science Quiz on page eight 1) F alse 2) a 3) F alse 4) b 5) E ring CLASSIFIED ADS WORK FOR You Above: The Woodwind section performing at the WWG Holiday Concert last --'-Thursday evening. COTTONWOOD COUNTY COURT December 9-15, 2011 Speeding: $130.00 - Dustin Desauter Maner, Sioux Falls, SD Driving after suspension: $280.00 Alejandro Mendida-Mejia, Windom, MN DWI: $605.00- Jodell Crowell, Windom, MN, 90 days stayed for 1 yr.; 1 yr. unsup, prob.; chin. dep. eval./ trtmnt, w/30 days; foil. rec. of eval; attend MADD Imp. Pan. 36 Hr. Parking: $34.00 - Michael Lewis Altman, Windom, MN; Clayton Dean Sawatzky, Mt. Lake, MN; Esperanza Isabel Talamantes, Windom, MN Theft: $280.00- Stephanie Rachel Petty, Windom, MN, write letter of apology; no misd. or > viol. for 1 yr.; 1 yr. sup. prob. Area news briefs Fulda Free Press - A presentation on Concurrent Enrollment/MN West was given at the recent Fulda School Board meeting. They presented options for students who are not in the top half of the senior class or top third of the junior class. The proposal is a pilot program. The board will put together a committee to study the proposal. Lamberton News - A cinnamon colored raccoon, which weighed 29 pounds and was two years old, was trapped within five miles of Lamberton. A cinnamon colored raccoon is con- sidered the most common of the rare variety. Tracy Headlight Herald - Lyon County Sheriff Mark Mather received county board approv- al Thursday to add an investigator to his staff; one or two part-time dispatchers and an addi- tional part-time deputy. 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