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Snapshots of Centenary College Choir at The White House

SHREVEPORT, LA— The Centenary College Choir sang at The White House on Saturday, Dec. 3 for the President and guests for a record seventh time. See full news release.

Members of the Centenary College Choir stand outside their hotel in Washington, D.C.


Those chosen for the ensemble were: sopranos, Jennifer Cockburn of Shreveport, La.; Amber Daniel of Vidor, Texas; Erin Halstead of Sulphur Springs, Texas; Margaret McDonald of The Woodlands, Texas; Lacey Mulkey of Broken Bow, Okla.; and Chelsea Shackelford of Nicholasville, Ky.; altos, Breonka Burnom of Shreveport, La.; Meredith Davis of Houston, Texas; Helen Feild of Little Rock, La.; Amber Monette of Greenwood, La.; and Brittany Pike of Greenwell Springs, La.; tenors, Mat Brooksher of Baton Rouge, La.; Darrius Hills of Alexandria, La.; Leo Kacenjar of Shreveport, La.; and Trae Milam of Haynesville, La.; basses, Tim Carpenter of Plano, Texas; Chris Comeaux of Crowley, La.; Peyton Dufour of Mansfield, La.; Jared Frank of Atlanta, Texas; and Cory Olson of Richardson, Texas; and accompanist Daniel Ley of Bossier City, La.


Choir members stand in front of a staircase at The White House.


Amber Daniel and Helen Feild hold up the Choir's sign for The White House's "All Things Beautiful and Bright" Open House.


The Choir ensemble poses in front of a long hallway decked out in holiday decorations.

Photos by: Will K. Andress, Director of the Centenary College Choir

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