VIDEO and PHOTOS: Mr. Doogan-Smith’s last Carolfest

This student checks her notes one last time (Michael Grace-Dacosta)
This saxophonist gives it her all (Michael Grace-Dacosta)
Carolfest Students of the Bulkley Valley came together last Wednesday for Carolfest. The performance in Smithers Secondary School Mike Doogan-Smith’s final one as music director. (See story on page B1) Michael Grace-Dacosta photos
All that practice paid off (Michael Grace-Dacosta)
Having a great time (Michael Grace-Dacosta)
These kids really got into the Christmas spirit (Michael Grace-Dacosta)
More kids having fun (Michael Grace-Dacosta)
This teacher leads her kids through a song (Michael Grace-Dacosta)
Someone wants to go home (Michael Grace-Dacosta)
Mike Doogan-Smith’s last carol fest (Michael Grace-Dacosta)

Students of the Bulkley Valley came together last Wednesday for Carolfest.

The performance in Smithers Secondary School Mike Doogan-Smith’s final one as music director.

READ: Legendary music teacher retires

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