Making room for Santa are, from left, front row: Juan Sarimento, Cassidy Lush, Nolan “Santa” Bunting and Zane Wilkinson; middle row: Evan Boyer, August Kilcher and Zane Boyer; and back row: Remi Nagle, Jayce Miller, Hale Wilkinson and Damon Del Toro.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Making room for Santa are, from left, front row: Juan Sarimento, Cassidy Lush, Nolan “Santa” Bunting and Zane Wilkinson; middle row: Evan Boyer, August Kilcher and Zane Boyer; and back row: Remi Nagle, Jayce Miller, Hale Wilkinson and Damon Del Toro.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Santa takes center stage

The Homer High School concert choir, directed by Kyle Schneider, is joined by a special guest during the school’s winter concert Monday evening.

Zak Holschen on bass clarinet and Carly McLean on tenor sax perform with the school’s swing band, directed by Amy Johnson.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

Zak Holschen on bass clarinet and Carly McLean on tenor sax perform with the school’s swing band, directed by Amy Johnson.-Photo by McKibben Jackinsky, Homer News

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