The Guthrie High School choir held their annual Guthrie Choral Christmas Concert Thursday evening inside the Scottish Rite Temple in front of several in attendance.
Director Bill Perring again led the concert for the 19th year in a row, including the last 17 at the Temple.
The GHS Victorian Singers, a select group, started the concert and was followed by the honor choir students from Fogarty, Guthrie Upper Elementary School and the Guthrie Junior High select group in the two-hour plus concert.
The groups of singers have spent the last few months rehearsing with some of that time after school.
For the high school students, who range from freshmen to senior, were joined by graduates in three of the songs, including the grand finale, whom Perring takes great pride in seeing each year.
Along with the concert, The Victorian Singers have made numerous trips around towns singing at the Victorian Walks as well as appearances downtown, including the public library and Lions Club on Friday afternoon.
The choir students will take some much-needed time off, but will soon begin for their spring performances in March.