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Photos: Handbell Concert at South Congregational Church

  • The Granite State Ringers wait for their entrance for their performance at the South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012. Their  program is called, "A Children's Christmas," which included a brief handbell lesson for, "children of all ages," from the audience and their participation in some of the songs after the lesson.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

    The Granite State Ringers wait for their entrance for their performance at the South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012. Their program is called, "A Children's Christmas," which included a brief handbell lesson for, "children of all ages," from the audience and their participation in some of the songs after the lesson.

    (SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

  • Judy Sognor (left) Dillon Vardaro, 6, and his sister Lexi Vardaro, 10, practice playing the chimes in, "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas," before they join The Granite State Ringers in their performance at South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

    Judy Sognor (left) Dillon Vardaro, 6, and his sister Lexi Vardaro, 10, practice playing the chimes in, "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas," before they join The Granite State Ringers in their performance at South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012.

    (SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

  • Lynne Lemay practices her part in the The Granite State Ringers performance at South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012. Lemay has been playing the handbells for fifteen years.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

    Lynne Lemay practices her part in the The Granite State Ringers performance at South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012. Lemay has been playing the handbells for fifteen years.

    (SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

  • The Granite State Ringers joke around during their practice before their performance at South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012. The group has been together since 2007, and has members from all over the state, they are a Bronze level group which means that they hold auditions every two years and have 5 octaves of handbells.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

    The Granite State Ringers joke around during their practice before their performance at South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012. The group has been together since 2007, and has members from all over the state, they are a Bronze level group which means that they hold auditions every two years and have 5 octaves of handbells.

    (SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

  • The Granite State Ringers wait for their entrance for their performance at the South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012. Their  program is called, "A Children's Christmas," which included a brief handbell lesson for, "children of all ages," from the audience and their participation in some of the songs after the lesson.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)
  • Judy Sognor (left) Dillon Vardaro, 6, and his sister Lexi Vardaro, 10, practice playing the chimes in, "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas," before they join The Granite State Ringers in their performance at South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)
  • Lynne Lemay practices her part in the The Granite State Ringers performance at South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012. Lemay has been playing the handbells for fifteen years.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)
  • The Granite State Ringers joke around during their practice before their performance at South Congregational Church Sunday, December 9, 2012. The group has been together since 2007, and has members from all over the state, they are a Bronze level group which means that they hold auditions every two years and have 5 octaves of handbells.<br/><br/>(SAMANTHA GORESH / Monitor Staff)

The Granite State Ringers held their handbell Christmas Concert at South Congregational Church in Concord on Sunday, December 9, 2012.

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