Voices On High Welcome The Holidays

Slideshow by photographer Gary Junker below.

MT. HELIX -- Second only to Christmas In The Village, the annual caroling atop Mt. Helix signals the public start of the holiday season.
Sunday night a crowd, perhaps made a bit smaller by a light rain and the school shooting tragedy in Connecticut, gathered atop Mt. Helix and shared performances and group singing to welcome in the holiday season once again.
Photographer Gary Junker shares telling moments among young and old gathered in the heights.

 

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Comment by chris shea on December 17, 2012 at 12:39pm

Nothing lights up holidays like a child's sunny face.

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