Members are still welcome

PARIS — Under the direction of Dennis Boyd Jr., director of choirs at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School and middle school, the Christmas for Teens Benefit Choir will begin rehearsals at 6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 28.

The choir is open to anyone 12 and up, and those interested may contact Dennis Boyd Jr. at [email protected] . 

Christmas for Teens is the only organization in the Oxford Hills area that helps low income and homeless students over the age of 13.

Long-time director Cynthia Wescott is stepping down from the project, and a new team approach is in place for this year, led by Boyd and Dan Allen, well known for the previous productions of “Christmas in a Small Town” and “Hills Alive Chorale.”  In addition, joining the creative team will be Loren Pinkham, a junior at OHCHS, playing piano for the choir. 

“Tapping into the years of experience Dan brings to the table will help us create a memorable experience for everyone involved in this process,”  Boyd said.

 The final concert will be held on Dec. 17 at 6:30 p.m. in the Mark S. Eastman Auditorium at Oxford Hills Comprehensive High School.  Ticket information will be released by the end of October. 

 For more information about the Christmas for Teens organization, please contact Jean Delamater at 207-539-4587.  For more information about the Christmas for Teens Choir and how to help out, please contact Dennis Boyd Jr. at [email protected] .  There are some production team roles still available.


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