Students from Abbotsford School of Integrated Arts – North Poplar were out Wednesday morning singing Christmas carols to passersby, accompanied by two teachers on trumpet. The students wanted to give some Christmas cheer to the community. They will be out again periodically, but for sure next Wednesday, Dec. 13.

PHOTO: Christmas carolers

Students from ASIA North Poplar entertained passersby on Wednesday

Students from ASIA North Poplar entertained passersby on Wednesday

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