Ruston's Piney Hills Harmony Chorus of Sweet Adelines presented "Home for Christmas" in Monroe's Strauss Theatre at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Dec. 15.
A mix of religious and secular seasonal songs were on the program, ranging from "Silent Night" and "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel" to "White Christmas" and "Merry Christmas, Darling."
Featured guest performer was bagpiper Scott Arvin, of Lake Providence. Included among his repertoire were "Amazing Grace" and a medley spotlighting "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen," "The Little Drummer Boy" and "We Three Kings of Orient Are."
The show was sponsored by Farmerville's Union General Hospital and benefite MedCamps of Louisiana, a non-profit organization providing residential camping experience free of charge to children living with special needs.
Louisiana Tech aviation student Mason Andrews, of Monroe, who completed "Mason’s Mission" for MedCamps, appeared as a special guest. This summer he became the youngest pilot to circumnavigate the globe, with the aim of raising awareness and funds for Medcamps.
Trent Langhofer, executive director of Christian Counseling Center of West Monroe, served as master of ceremonies.