Vermilion Forks Choir flash mobs Princeton

The choir entertained residents providing a little Christmas cheer for a few hours on Tuesday.

The Vermilion Forks Choir poses for photo in front of the Cooper’s Foods Christmas Tree. These little folks spread Christmas Cheer throughout the community on Tuesday

On Tuesday, Dec. 17 the Vermilion Forks Choir descended on the community, popping up to sing their hearts out in businesses and seniors’ homes.

Valley First, Cooper’s Foods, Vermilion Court and Ridgewood Lodge were stops along their way.

Shambree Reichert, Danika Sulentich, Jessica Parker, Mylee Coyne, Shayla Gullason, Victoria McElroy, Dacoda MacMillan, Brad Sutton, Dakota Adam, Eliza Palmar, Payton Cranston, Cheyanne Dovauo and Claudia Hamilton along with teachers Ms. Campana and Ms. Vegara entertained residents providing a little Christmas cheer for a few hours on Tuesday.

After the performance at Cooper’s Foods, the choir and their teachers went off to have a lunch and most likely a small nap.

 

 

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