A FROZEN WINTER WONDERLAND 2014

posted Dec 27, 2014, 1:47 PM by Spaulding High Music

A FROZEN WINTER WONDERLAND 2014                  25th Annual Christmas Village


At this time of year with no time to spare

The Frozen Village is a lifetime memory we’ll always share

The Arendelle Town Square was really a big hit

It had a lot of great shopkeepers and was a good fit.


Even though the “mountain melted” most people didn’t know

Sometimes things must change as we learn and grow

The projects in the hall were really great

It was very engaging and helped people with the wait.


The sets were beautiful and made shopping in Arendelle fun

It seems this village has become the new favorite one

Keeping us all together inside of our own little town

Sure made those tasty treats and krispy kremes easily slide down


Each year it “takes a village” to make everyone smile

Twenty five years of villages is quite a long while

It’s hard to imagine how many faces we’ve seen

No matte whether that singing tree was white or green


When traditions are started you never know

Through the years where they’ll go

The music was great and the script was fun

With Elsa, Anna, Kristoff, Sven, Rudy, Frosty and Olaf in the sun


Each year is special and very unique

It’s always exciting when we take our first peek

But the greatest gift of every village by far is each of you

No matter what we have to change and work with, we always pull through


It wouldn’t be the same without the journey along the way

It’s all about the laughter, music, and love we experience each day

Memories are created and etched in our hearts

Through the years we will look back with fondness whether near or apart


The SHS Music Department Family has changed us all “for good”

Spending hours of time accomplishing all that we could

It’s the journey that matters at the end of the day

So, it’s with love and gratitude to each of you we say………


“I heard him exclaim as he drove out of sight, Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night”…With much love, joy, peace, and restful days, “H”, “R” and Goodwin.

 

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