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Mountain Echo

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Mountain Echo

Students to perform in Voices of Altoona concert

Madison Aboud
Singing our hearts out. The junior high vocal ensemble performs their repertoire for the upcoming concert.

On Thurs. Nov. 16, in the high school auditorium, the elementary All City Chorus, as well as the junior high and high school Vocal Ensembles will be performing at the annual Voices of Altoona concert. 

The concert will take place at 7 p.m. and will feature songs such as “My Girl” and “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got That Swing).” 

I really enjoy singing with all ages and I enjoy being someone the younger singers can look up to. I will really miss seeing their bright, smiling faces when we start our song with them,” senior Vocal Ensemble member Jane Fox said. 

Tickets will be sold at the door.

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Madison Aboud, Associate Editor
My name is Madison Aboud and I am a sophomore at AAHS. This is my second year on Mountain Echo staff and my first year as an Associate Editor. In Jr. high, I was a reporter on the AAJHS Livewire. In my free time, you can find me reading or singing along to my favorite show-tunes. I’ve always had a passion for writing. My ultimate goal after high school is to become a professional journalist. Outside of Mountain Echo, I am in band, chorus, vocal ensemble, student council and Friends of Rachel. I strive to make sure students of AAHS are finding out everything they need to know within a timely manner. I can’t wait for another great year! 

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