West Union Elementary Honors Choir performs

On Saturday, Nov. 14, 16 students from the West Union Elementary School traveled to Waverly High School to participate in the 19th Annual Elementary Honor Choir sponsored by the Ohio Music Education Association. These students, with instruction by their Music teachers, Mrs. Nancy Schneider and Mr. Jonathan Tyler, have been practicing and rehearsing for several weeks after the normal school hours.

Their efforts, and that of students from eleven other area schools, culminated in a group choir of approximately 150 girls and boys. They performed beautifully for a large audience of family and friends, under the direction of Festival Conductor, Mr. Andrew Brown, and were accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Nancy Schneider.

Participation in this event was made possible by the dedication of the students and their teachers, and by a grant from the West Union Schools Alumni Educational Fund.

The West Union Elementary Honors Choir. Front row, from left, Adrianna Carter, Annie Abbott, Gracie Purdin, Amber Young, Madison Taylor, Maddie McMillan, and Celina Nickell; Back row, from left, Gracie McClanahan, Haylee Davis, Shelbie Music, Lucy Gabbert, Josh Fenton, Dana Knauff, Evan DiBiaso, Sasha Blythe, and Tristan King.
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Choir1.jpgThe West Union Elementary Honors Choir. Front row, from left, Adrianna Carter, Annie Abbott, Gracie Purdin, Amber Young, Madison Taylor, Maddie McMillan, and Celina Nickell; Back row, from left, Gracie McClanahan, Haylee Davis, Shelbie Music, Lucy Gabbert, Josh Fenton, Dana Knauff, Evan DiBiaso, Sasha Blythe, and Tristan King. Submitted photo

The WUES Honors Choir traveled to Waverly on Nov. 14 and were part of the OMEA Honor Choir, numbering 150 students.
http://www.peoplesdefender.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/web1_Choir21.jpgThe WUES Honors Choir traveled to Waverly on Nov. 14 and were part of the OMEA Honor Choir, numbering 150 students. Submitted photo

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