Two of the 312 students at Cloverdale Catholic School who appeared in the Christmas concert

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This year's Christmas concert at Cloverdale Catholic School revolved around a newspaper in search of a scoop

A musical about the fortunes of The Bethlehem Chronicle – in search of a scoop that just might be the Greatest Story Ever Told – was the centrepiece of this year’s Christmas concert at Cloverdale Catholic School, where students got a chance to shine last week.

All 312 students were involved in The Christmas Chronicles, presented Dec. 15 along with music and choral performances.http://webpapersadmin.bcnewsgroup.com/portals/uploads/cloverdale/.DIR288/wPrayingshepherds.jpg

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