Christmas joy - Two special weekend concerts were held at Wombold Funeral Homes Ponoka. The reprise of last year’s concert proved just as popular. Singing were Sheila Bartsch, Kiersten Johnson and Kelly Longard while musicians Brenda Fuss-Dutz, Orion Donison, Jordan Galloway, Lloyd Jackson and Shan Archibald played.                                Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Christmas joy - Two special weekend concerts were held at Wombold Funeral Homes Ponoka. The reprise of last year’s concert proved just as popular. Singing were Sheila Bartsch, Kiersten Johnson and Kelly Longard while musicians Brenda Fuss-Dutz, Orion Donison, Jordan Galloway, Lloyd Jackson and Shan Archibald played. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

PHOTO: Ponoka Funeral Home hosts Christmas concert

The home held two events to a full crowd

By Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

The home held two events to a full crowd

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Christmas joy - Two special weekend concerts were held at Wombold Funeral Homes Ponoka. The reprise of last year’s concert proved just as popular. Singing were Sheila Bartsch, Kiersten Johnson and Kelly Longard while musicians Brenda Fuss-Dutz, Orion Donison, Jordan Galloway, Lloyd Jackson and Shan Archibald played.                                Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

Christmas joy - Two special weekend concerts were held at Wombold Funeral Homes Ponoka. The reprise of last year’s concert proved just as popular. Singing were Sheila Bartsch, Kiersten Johnson and Kelly Longard while musicians Brenda Fuss-Dutz, Orion Donison, Jordan Galloway, Lloyd Jackson and Shan Archibald played. Photo by Jeffrey Heyden-Kaye

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