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Sunday's can't-miss Web content: For show choir performers - current and past - Neenah's Vintage hits all the right notes

7:28 PM, Apr. 27, 2013  |  Comments
It's part of the Vintage program for alumni of the longstanding show choir at Neenah High School to take the stage for a number with the student singers during a concert. As part of the show choir?s 40th anniversary spring concert on Saturday, the tradition takes on special significance. Choral director Amy Westcott and retired educator Jim Vine ? the only two teachers who have directed ?Vintage? since its inception in 1973 ? plan to each call up by class year the visiting alumni they have directed. Check out a story and video at <a href=www.postcrescent.com/life." />
It's part of the Vintage program for alumni of the longstanding show choir at Neenah High School to take the stage for a number with the student singers during a concert. As part of the show choir?s 40th anniversary spring concert on Saturday, the tradition takes on special significance. Choral director Amy Westcott and retired educator Jim Vine ? the only two teachers who have directed ?Vintage? since its inception in 1973 ? plan to each call up by class year the visiting alumni they have directed. Check out a story and video at www.postcrescent.com/life.
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It's part of the Vintage program for alumni of the longstanding show choir at Neenah High School to take the stage for a number with the student singers during a concert. As part of the show choir's 40th anniversary spring concert on Saturday, the tradition takes on special significance. Choral director Amy Westcott and retired educator Jim Vine - the only two teachers who have directed "Vintage" since its inception in 1973 - plan to each call up by class year the visiting alumni they have directed. Check out a story and video at www.postcrescent.com/life.

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