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Perham kindergarteners flex their singing at Christmas program

Kindergarteners at Heart of the Lakes Elementary School gave the community a sight to see with their performances of Christmas tunes on the afternoon of Tuesday, Dec. 21 before their winter break.

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Heart of the Lakes kindergarten students wear their reindeer hats, ready to sing at their Christmas program on Tuesday, Dec. 21. (Elizabeth Vierkant / Perham Focus)

Christmas celebrations came to a close in Perham last week, with celebrations of singing and snacking. Kindergarteners at Heart of the Lakes Elementary School gave the community a sight to see with their performances of Christmas tunes on the afternoon of Tuesday, Dec. 21 before their winter break.

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Heart of the Lakes kindergarten students jump and clack their sticks together as they perform Christmas songs on Tuesday, Dec. 21. (Elizabeth Vierkant / Perham Focus)

Kids sang, danced and played different instruments from jingle bells to wooden sticks as parents smiled and cheered them on. Afterward, they filed into the cafeteria for a gingerbread party where they built tasty gingerbread homes for later snacking.

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Then, winter break started. Kids went home for a weekend filled with presents and holiday parties. And with that, another Christmas came and went for the Perham community.

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