Photos: West Bench Elementary Christmas Variety Show

Miller Jurcic (Grade 3), Hazel George (Grade 2) wait for their turn on stage. Mark Brett/Western News
Madison Wornardt from the Grade 1 and 2 class performs in the Little Snowflake song at the Westbench Elementary production of Winter Variety Show 2017. Mark Brett/Western News
The many faces of Isabella Smith on stage at West Bench Elementary School for the annual Winter Variety Show. Mark Brett/Western News
The many faces of Isabella Smith on stage at West Bench Elementary School for the annual Winter Variety Show. Mark Brett/Western News
The many faces of Isabella Smith on stage at West Bench Elementary School for the annual Winter Variety Show. Mark Brett/Western News
Isabella Smith and Michelle Gillespie in the kindergarten performance of Play the Bells to Celebrate. Mark Brett/Western News
Patrick Unger in the kindergarten version of What a Wonderful World. Mark Brett/Western News
Hazel George, Bella Armstrong and Mia Jack in the Best Christmas Joke routine. Mark Brett/Western News

It’s Christmas concert season for Okanagan-Skaha School District 67.

On Tuesday, kids from West Bench Elementary took to the stage for their Winter Variety Show.

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