It was a full house at the Pleasant Valley Plaza on Dec. 12 for the festival of music performed by the Houston Secondary concert band

Festival of music at the Pleasant Valley Plaza

It was a full house at the Pleasant Valley Plaza on Dec. 12 for the festival of music performed by the Houston Secondary concert band,

It was a full house at the Pleasant Valley Plaza on Dec. 12 for the festival of music performed by the Houston Secondary concert band, with special guests from the Houston Secondary and Silverthorne Elementary carolfest choirs. A set list of both classical and modern Christmas songs were performed by the talented musicians. Children in the seats were bobbing their heads along, while adults lips sang to the the melodies. Entrance tickets were $2 and a dontation to the Salvation Army. The fee was split between the theatre and Houston Secondary school. Tim Shar, Ministeries Director for the Bulkley Valley Salvation Army says $160.55 was donated that night.

 

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