Arnold Elementary Sings On Lee’s Campus

Wednesday, December 11, 2019
Arnold Elementary School choir
Arnold Elementary School choir

Lee University welcomed carolers from Arnold Elementary School choir as part of the B.E.S.T. Partners program on Friday.

The elementary students, led by Lee alumna Siema Bailey Swartzel, are shown here performing Christmas carols in the Deacon Jones Dining Hall during the Lee student, staff, and faculty lunch break.

Lunch was provided for the elementary students, courtesy of Sodexo Dining Services.

The B. E. S. T. program is sponsored by the Cleveland/Bradley County Chamber of Commerce and fosters a commitment of time, energy, and expertise between a business and a selected public school.


Arnold Elementary School choir
Arnold Elementary School choir

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