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Malvern Show Choir performs at Rotary party

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Malvern Show ChoirThe Malvern High School Show Choir provided entertainment at Malvern Rotary Club’s annual Christmas party held Dec. 10 at the home of Rotary members Mark and Annette Mayle.

Under the direction of Becky Carter, the 19 singers and dancers (portion shown in the above photo) performed a series of tunes from Broadway show numbers, including small lead-in vignettes and sweeping dance steps. Their closing number was a traditional closer for the choir “Carol of the Bells” which they also performed at the high school choir concert. Refreshments of cookies and punch were enjoyed by the choir and Rotarians following the program.

In appreciation of the choir’s performance, the Club presented Ms. Carter with a $100 check in support of the show choir’s program. The club raises funds to support community and international activities through community meals and raffles.

The club will be sending four juniors from Malvern High School to a two-day Rotary Youth Leadership awards training event in March of 2013.

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