PARIS – The District Elementary Chorus performed Christmas carols to a full auditorium for the sixth annual Christmas For Teens concert held at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School, South Paris.

According to teen benefit program co-chairwoman Jean Delamater of Oxford, last year on Dec. 12, there were 26 teens registered with the program; by Christmas there were 136, including 25 teens who were homeless. Today, Delamater said, they have 84 teens registered. “This year’s concert brought over $4,000 to Christmas for Teens,” she said.

Sherry Keaton of South Paris also chairs the program. The concert is the single largest benefit for the Christmas for Teens program and is produced by Cynthia Wescott, Oxford Hills High School and Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School music instructor for 42 years. She is the former chairwoman for the SAD 17 Fine Art’s Department.

The District Elementary Chorus is an assembly of children from the Oxford Hills area.

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