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Alexandria Area High School seeking venues for Carolers

The Carolers will perform 20-minute concerts for free.

Two rows of Alexandria Area High School Carolers pose in period dress, with top hats for the boys and fur muffs and capes for the girls.
The Alexandria Area High School Carolers in period costume.
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Alexandria Area High School is taking reservations for its Carolers, a group of high school students who sing Christmas songs while wearing top hats for the boys and muffs and capes for the girls.

Because of what the high school says are "generous gifts of the community," the Carolers sing free of charge. Their performances are limited to 20 minutes.

To have them sing at an event, contact choir director Colt Lien at 320-763-2142, ext. 4601, or clien@alexschools.org.

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