Pictured: Captain Linda Green of the Salvation Army

Mass Choir concert

The 33rd annual Mass Choir concert, Cranbrook’s largest vocal event, was held at the Alliance Church on Wednesday, Dec. 4.

The 33rd annual Mass Choir concert, Cranbrook’s largest vocal event, was held at the Alliance Church for the second year in a row, on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Every seat in the 1,000-seat church was filled for the performance by 350 students from all nine of Cranbrook’s elementary schools, and featured a selection of carols, interspersed with readings from the gospels. The event serves as a fundraiser for the Salvation Army, and Captain Linda Green was on hand to meet student representatives of the schools prior to the concert. As of press time, the totals collected for the cause were unavailable. Pictured above: Captain Linda Green of the Salvation Army, Natalli Harpelle and Jensen Davis (Steeples), Sophie Graham and Jackson McDonald (Kootenay Christian Academy), Kaliana Ewaskow and Peyton Taft (Kootenay Orchards), Kylee Conroy and Emma Pighin (Amy Woodland), Ellen Nickell and Emma McGee (Pinewood), Kaden Swanson and Mynoondjie Fugina (St. Mary’s), Dawson Downie and Asia Chastain (Highlands), Robert Beaulac and Mya Robinson (Gordon Terrace). Not pictured: Danielle Gauthier and Jilliene Thom (TM Roberts).

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