Byham hosts ‘Christmas to Remember’ benefit

  • November 19, 2012
Representing Borland Manor Elementary School are, in alphabetical order, Emily Gross, Connor Howard, Elizabeth Jones, Emily Kruczek, Justin Macdonald, Logan McKito, Molly Noble, Cameryn Santez, Ian Schiedenhelm, Anna Serene, Samuel Sulc, Elizabeth Timko and Emily Wilson.

Thirteen fourth-graders at Borland Manor Elementary School were selected to represent the Canon-McMillan School District in “Mark Milovats in Concert: A Christmas to Remember” Sunday at the Byham Theater in Pittsburgh. The annual performance benefits Arnold Palmer’s Latrobe Hospital Foundation, Children’s Hospital and the Children’s Miracle Network. The Borland Manor students rehearsed every weekend in November at the University of Pittsburgh.

The school was invited through the participation of Principal Marella Kazos, who is a member of South Hills Area School Districts Association, a consortium of 22 school districts whose mission is to improve public education in the South Hills area.


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