Colonelettes Do 50's Show

The crowd has a special treat at the half time of the varsity basketball game when the Bourbon County High School Colonettes performed their 50's show. The dancers, in their poodle skirts, danced with guys of their choice complete with leather jackets and other 50's attire. The group danced to "Rock Around The Clock", "Sixteen Candles", "Why Do Fools Fall In Love" and "At The Hop". A great half time show!

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Cane Ridge Elementary Sing-A-Long

The students of Cane Ridge Elementary used a variety of musical methods to celebrate the Christmas Holiday. The program began with an introduction by Principal Dana Hill and Art and Music Teacher, Rhonda Compton. The Cane Ridge Choir sang "Happy Holidays", "Where Are You, Christmas" and "When Christmas Comes to Town" followed by the 5th Grade Classes singing "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas". Next on the program was the 4th Grade Classes singing "Over the River" and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" with boomwhackers. They also sang "The First Noel". The 3rd Grade Classes sang "O, Beautiful Star of Bethlehem" as they waved glittery stars and the 2nd Grade Classes sang "O, Christmas Tree". The 1st Grade Classes presented "Up on the Housetop" with voices and tone blocks. Kindergarten Classes sang"Frosty the Snowman". The final number of the evening was"Jingle Bells" by the entire student body. An enjoyable evening for all!

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Bourbon Middle School Presents "Evening of the Arts"

Bourbon County Middle Schools’ An Evening with the Arts Winter Band and Choir Concert was Tuesday, December 8, 2015 at 6:30 in the Bourbon County Middle School Gymnasium. Various pieces of art were on display including black and white, color and sculpture. Visitors then proceeded to the gymnasium for a musical program by the various chorus and bands of the middle school music department. The 6th Grade Chorus began with "The Night Before Christmas", "The Season of Love (A December Wish)" and "A Holiday Hand Jive". The 6th Grade Band followed with "Jingle Bells", "Ode to Joy", "Up on the Housetop", "Jolly Old St. Nick" and "Hard Rock Blues". The 7th Grade Chorus sang "We Need A Little Christmas" and "Tell Me, Tell Me!". The 7th-8th Grade Band followed with "Dance of the Slippery Slide Trombones" and "A Santa Around the Globe". The 8th Grade Chorus then sang "Shepherds, Come Quick!", " A Carol in Winter" and "Avanza Navidad! (Hurry, Hurry, Christmas!)". The 7th-8th Grade Chorus sang "Carol of the Bells". The last piece was a combination of the Band and Choir performing "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". The program was under the direction of SueEllen Ballard and Shane Mitchell.

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North Middletown Elementary "A Teachers Playlist Christmas Program"

Teachers at North Middletown Elementary heard their favorite Christmas songs performed by their students this year during the annual Christmas program. The second and third grades sang "It"s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" and "Jingle Bell Rock". Kindergarten and First Grade students sang "All I Want For Christmas is My Two Front Teeth" and "Feliz Navidad". The Fourth and Fifth grades sang "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas", "Winter Wonderland", "Little Drummer Boy" and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". The Choir Chimes consisting of Kaylnn Brown, Jylen Crespo, Anton Ffiske, Kirstin Greenhill, Kylie Hernandez, Rick Littrell, Kyle Poulter, Emily Salgado Morales, Maggie Sparks, Jesse Tolliver, Gabe Torres, Lance Torres and understudies Kinsley Davis and Aiden Johnson accompanied the group. Percussionists were Kaeli Collett, Owen McGuire and Alexis Phillips. Fifth Grade Narrators for the program were Kaylynn Brown, Jylen Crespo, Jose Cruz-Ramirez, Anton Ffiske, Jayden Hulette, Aiden Johnson, Kaitlyn Jolly, Rick Littrell, Maggie Sparks, Gabe Torres, Lance Torres, A.J. Turner and under study Cory Honaker.The program was under the direction of Lydia Austin andKaren Coombs. A very special night for all who attended!


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