P-12 Christ­mas con­cert

Yarrawonga Chronicle - - Front Page -

Yarra­wonga Col­lege P – 12 sure know how to put on a show and last weeks prep to year 4 Christ­mas con­cert did not dis­ap­point.

Held for the very first time on the lawn of the new site at Gil­more Street, the place looked fab­u­lous with a sea of red and green and of course tin­sel.. there was barely a spare spot in the au­di­ence.

The place was abuzz with the new­est mem­bers of the col­lege (the preps) keen to show off their cos­tumes and voices to their ea­gerly keen par­ents and grand­par­ents.

And of course the Year 4s, who are now old­hands at this took to the stage and per­formed out of sight for their last Christ­mas con­cert.

MC for the night was the very fab­u­lous and funny Tra­cie Hol­gate and not to dis­ap­point the crowd, the man in the big red suit made an ap­pear­ance in a golf buggy and spoke with the young mem­bers of the com­mu­nity.

Event co-or­di­na­tor for the night, mu­sic teacher Miss Emma Grant could not have been more pleased with the night, giv­ing praise to all her stu­dents who gave 110% and their teach­ers and par­ents for sup­port­ing their amaz­ing per­for­mances.

Yarra­wonga Col­lege would also like to thank Yarra­wonga Mul­wala Ro­tary Club for run­ning a sausage siz­zle and do­nat­ing all prof­its back to the school, to­gether with the Ju­nior School Coun­cil sell­ing icy­poles as a fundraiser for the col­lege.

Year Three and Four stu­dents.

Year One stu­dents.

Year Two stu­dents.

Prep stu­dents sang and danced the evening away.

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