Members and guests of the Rotary Club of Jamestown were entertained by the Jamestown High School A'Cappella Choir at the club's annual Christmas luncheon at First Lutheran Church.
The choir, under the direction of Norm Liddell and accompanied by Cynthia Hansen, performed the favorite processional Kyrie, arranged by the choir's founder Ebba Goranson, in the magnificent chancel of the church where they will perform their annual Vespers this Sunday and Sunday, Dec. 16, at 4 p.m.
Also in their repertoire was: "Glory, Glory, Hallelujah"; "All On A Starry Night"; "Listen Children, Hear the Angels Sing"; "A Chanukka Dance - Bidebum"; and "Run to the Manager, Come See the Baby."
The Jamestown High School A’Cappella Choir performed for the Rotary Club of Jamestown in the First Lutheran Church chancel.
The Men of Tomorrow took center stage then to sing a favorite, "Little Innocent Lamb," and not to be outdone, the Ladies of Today sang "Candle in December." A favorite of the crowd was Ray Charles' arrangement of "Jingle Bells" sung by the Madrigal Singers.
After "Angels We Have Heard on High" and a Spanish carol "Riu, Riu, Chiu," the choir performed part one of Handel's "Messiah," including: And the Glory of the Lord; Oh Come Good Tidings to Zion; For Unto Us a Child is Born; and Glory to God including solo performances by several of the youth.