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The 35-student Gardner Sound Choir delivered holiday cheer through music and handwritten cards last week to residents of the Lake Hamilton Rehab. Gardner Magnet School music teacher, Paula Bettis, organized the visit as a stop on their way to perform at the Arkansas State Capitol. Students chose favorite songs including "All I Want for Christmas is my Two Front Teeth" for the appreciative crowd who -- to the surprise of students -- sang along with them. Bettis worked with other Gardner teachers to include handwritten Christmas cards from multiple classrooms. Students delivered cards in hopes of also bringing comfort and holiday spirit to residents that could not watch the performance.

School on 12/30/2018

Print Headline: Holiday spirit

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