December 18, 2018
Scott Nunn/Arenac County Independent
A few symphony members play some music before the start of the show Dec. 15.
The East Shore Wind Symphony, with the support of the Northeast Michigan Arts Council, entertained a large crowd for its annual Christmas performance at Standish-Sterling Central High School Dec. 15.
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