Rudolph with her nose so bright is Lola Buchanan (at right).

Photo gallery: Twinkle and Shine at Wiltse School

Wiltse Elementary School held their annual Christmas concert

Wiltse Elementary School held their Twinkle & Shine Christmas show at the Alliance Church on Dec. 19.

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Wiltse Elementary School students held their production of Twinkle & Shine Tuesday at the Alliance Church in matinee and evening performances. Mark Brett/Western News

A young speaker runs through her lines during one of the five segments of the Twinkle & Shine show.

In the white fur hat is Calleigh Thicke with Mya Klingspohn. Mark Brett/Western News

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