Hunter Martin and Nash Rutherford share an exchange during Parkview Elementary's Christmas concert.

Western Winter Wonderland

Parkview Elementary had the hot ticket Wednesday night, Dec. 2 with the school’s annual Christmas concert.

  • Dec. 9, 2015 9:00 a.m.



 

Western winter wonderland: Parkview Elementary had the hot ticket Wednesday night, Dec. 2 with the school’s annual Christmas concert. This year’s show included a western theme. Photos include:  Ryder Gordon, Cashlyn Davidson, Levi Warmenhoven, Isabella Prevost sing and dance; Makayla Kraft and Annika Stroud keep in time;  Rielle Walsh thumbs her lapels; Hunter Martin and Nash Rutherford share an exchange; and Kash Skibo focuses on his performance. Photos by Victoria Rowbottom

 

 

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