Years-Old Tradition

Photos by Jacob Wiegand/The Herald
Steffi Schmücker of Ferdinand and her daughter Lena, 4, sang with other carolers from the Actors Community Theatre — Adrienne Collignon of Mariah Hill, from back left, Olivia Hedinger, 16, and Alexis Kleiman, 13, both of Jasper — on Friday evening on the Square in downtown Jasper. The group made its way around the Square stopping at various businesses and other locations to sing songs such as “Silent Night,” “Jingle Bells” and “The First Noel.” Heath Kluemper of Jasper said members of the Actors Community Theatre have been caroling at O’Tannenbaum Days for “years and years and years.”

 

Carolers with the Actors Community Theatre sang to spectators on the Jasper Square on Friday evening in Jasper.

 

Heath Kluemper of Jasper sang with the group inside Occasions of Jasper on Friday evening in Jasper.



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