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MHS Madrigals entertain for 'Story Hour'

  • Members of the Marion High School Madrigals filled the Marion Cultural and Civic Center on Wednesday to provide entertainment for the Marion Carnegie Library Story Hour.

    Members of the Marion High School Madrigals filled the Marion Cultural and Civic Center on Wednesday to provide entertainment for the Marion Carnegie Library Story Hour.
    Courtesy of Shelley Hudspath

  • Members of the MHS Madrigals greeted guests at the end of the Marion Carnegie Library Story Hour on Wednesday at the Marion Cultural and Civic Center.

    Members of the MHS Madrigals greeted guests at the end of the Marion Carnegie Library Story Hour on Wednesday at the Marion Cultural and Civic Center.
    Courtesy of Shelley Hudspath

 
BY HOLLY KEE
hkee@localsouthernnews.com
Posted on 12/3/2021, 12:14 PM

MARION -- Members of the Marion High School Madrigals added to the festive air and decorations of the Marion Cultural and Civic Center on Wednesday morning.

The 21 members of the MHS Madrigals provided the entertainment for the weekly story hour sponsored by the Marion Carnegie Library.

The students took the stage performing "Processional."

Madrigal Queen Emily Parks read "Frosty the Snowman" and "Jingle Bells" for the children and their caregivers in attendance.

Following that, the Madrigal singers performed several more songs including "Sing Noel" and "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen."

The students took time to greet and pose for photos at the conclusion of the program.

Story Hours happen every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Marion Carnegie Library.