Sing good tidings of Christmas

Christmas Matters, a group of holiday carolers, was hired to perform at Pomona’s annual tree lighting ceremony Dec. 6. The singers Kevin Blackleg, Linda Ainsworth, Kathy Cady and Michael Sheets joked about not being able to perform many songs because the crowd’s attention was focused on the stage where local area students were also singing carols. / photo by Adam Omernik
Christmas Matters, a group of holiday carolers, was hired to perform at Pomona’s annual tree lighting ceremony Dec. 6. The singers Kevin Blackleg, Linda Ainsworth, Kathy Cady and Michael Sheets joked about not being able to perform many songs because the crowd’s attention was focused on the stage where local area students were also singing carols. / photo by Adam Omernik
Anna Gomez and Patricia Veyna attended the Christmas tree lighting ceremony in Pomona with their daughters Kathy and Leslie, Monday evening. The crowd sang Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and the trees were lighted as they finished the line “you could even say it glows.” / photo by Adam Omernik

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