Palsson students entertain parents and friends with big Christmas concert

Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)
Palsson Elementary School children perform a holiday concert for an appreciative audience. (Malcolm Chalmers/Gazette)

At Palsson Elementary School in Lake Cowichan, parents, grandparents, friends, and other supporters were all packed into their seats Thursday, Dec. 13 for the annual Christmas concert.

Seeing the children singing is something special that remains forever in memory as one of the joys of the season.

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