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Choir has 24 Hours to Get Online Votes

HIGHLANDS, NJ –  The High School A Cappella Choir from Henry Hudson Regional School in Highlands, directed by Tom Elliot, was informed this morning that they were one of fifteen finalists in the NJ 101.5 Christmas Choir Contest.  The statewide radio station featured a recording of the choir at noon today.  Listeners are directed to the station website to vote for their favorite Christmas Choir.

http://www.nj1015.com/Christmas-Choir/8471590

You may vote more than once; refresh the page to vote again.

“Every weekday after the 12 noon news we’ll play one of our top 15 recordings on the air as judged by our panel,”  according to the station’s website.


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“You’ll then get to go on line and show your support for the day’s Choir for 24 hours until the next day’s choir is played. Choirs are encouraged to get their friends, families, colleagues and neighbors to vote!”

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The winning school’s choir will receive a Hallet Davis and Company school piano  (pictured above) courtesy of Worldwide Piano in Edison! Plus, the top school in each category of choirs will receive a cash prize.


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Allan Dean is editor, publisher, and founder of the Atlantic Highlands Herald. Published since 1999 and selected in 2000 by the Borough of Atlantic Highlands as one of their official newspapers, making...