Town by town, Beaver County is getting into the full swing of Christmas spirit, and through the help of the School District and the Beaver Valley Choral Society, Rochester takes its big step into the holiday snow on December 8.
The 3rd Annual Rochester Carol Sing & Light Up Night will take place at the Rochester Area High School on Sunday afternoon, and it is full of activities for kids and adults alike. Activities such as craft making, writing letters to the troops, the Beaver Valley Flute Choir, and the arrival of the “Big Man” himself at 3 PM! Beaver County Radio will also be there, as Frank Sparks and Matt Drzik will be spinnin’ the Personality Prize Wheel from 2:30 to 4:30, with your chance to win some great prizes for the holiday season.
Matt spoke with Rochester School Buildings Director Lou Campisi, BVCS President Lee Pfeifer, and BVCS conductor Ray Rotuna to talk about the Carol Sing & Light Up Night, including the charities and sponsors involved with the event, the Choral Society’s blend of spiritual and secular Christmas tunes, and the lights that will be lit up at the end of the evening’s festivities.
To listen back to the interview, click on the player below.