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Carols sound over sea

TRADITIONS of yuletide mixed with modern takes on Christmas set the scene for a magical event at Inverloch last night.

The annual Inverloch Community Carols featured old time favourites interspersed with patriotic variations, such as Aussie Jingle Bells.

The talented musicians of Stringz Costero set the scene for a relaxed evening, joined by the singers of the Wonthaggi U3A Choir and local musicians Takwai Mak and Bert Milligan.

Students from Inverloch and Kongwak primary schools performed a variety of ensembles, some featuring senior singers, and blues artist Greg Jones offered a rendition of Christmas Shopping.

The night was compered with humour and warmth by Jeff Robertson, pastor of Edge Church, Inverloch and 3MFM’s Kate Lindsay.

Held at the Inverloch Community Hub, the carols were presented by the Inverloch Christian Churches.

 

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