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SLIDESHOW — Winter Celebration by Hunting Hills

On Dec. 4, Hunting Hills High School presented its annual Winter Celebration at Crossroads Church.



On Dec. 4, Hunting Hills High School presented its annual Winter Celebration at Crossroads Church.

The event featured performances by the rock band (TripleHS), two jazz bands, two concert bands, the drumline (known as the Lightning Line), the dance class, and a preview of the upcoming school drama production of the Jungle Book.

The evening had an international flavour, featuring music from around the world, an art show of student work, and desserts served at intermission that were made by the Foods 30 students.

Theatre tech students ran sound, lighting and a live video feed.

A crowd of more than 500 people enjoyed the show and joined in the singing of Feliz Navidad accompanied by all of the band students.

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