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Musical medleys deliver holiday treat

(From left) Jake Scott, Ethan Lammers, J.T. Karis and Mitch Hosley of J.T. and the Boyz barbershop quartet impressed the crowd with their harmonizing skills on the song <I>Honey, Little Lize Medley<I> at Somerset High School’s Dec. 16 winter concert.1 / 6
(From left) Janae Rothe, Mackenzie Erickson, Elsie Shartin-Folkert, Malia Triebold and Natalie Van Dam sway in time to the music as they perform Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree as part of the audition show choir The Dynamics at the Somerset High School winter concert Monday, Dec. 16. (Photos by Sarah Young)2 / 6
Somerset High School concert band flautists Sam Flandrick (left) and Paige Signorelli perform Happy X-Mas (War is Over) by John Lennon. 3 / 6
It was a Feliz Navidad during the band’s take on the popular song. Front row: Alex Dubak (left) and Angelina Meuers. Second row: (from left) Josh Westmoreland, Tanner Anderson, Racheal Russell, Rhys Linke and Seth Hunt. Back row: Rachel Cloutier (left) and Cally Meixner. 4 / 6
Members of the Somerset Concert Choir set the tone for a festive evening with selections such as African Noel and Parade of the Wooden Soldiers at the high school’s winter concert Dec. 16. 5 / 6
Frank Johnson received cheers from the crowd after his solo in the Somerset High School’s jazz band performance of Maximum Velocity at the Dec. 16 winter concert.6 / 6
Sarah Young

Sarah Young was appointed the editor of the Pierce County Herald in February 2015. She joined RiverTown Multimedia in October 2013 as a news reporter for the New Richmond News, where she covered community events, spot news and education in Hammond, Roberts, Somerset and St. Croix County Circuit Court. Previously she free-lanced for the River Falls Journal, Hudson Star-Observer, RiverTown special publications and the Superior Catholic Herald. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Spanish and French in 2001. She completed a minor in journalism in 2004. 

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