Monday, January 28, 2019 - Updated: 10:46 am
Families participated last month in the first Quigley Catholic High School Christmas Caroling and Walk of Light event in Baden. As an outreach of good will, carolers strolled through the town’s streets to meet and greet people in the community.
With a chill in the night air, 40 carolers bundled up in festive gear and departed from the high school with lanterns, flashlights and candles to spread Christmas joy to their neighbors.
Music teacher Dan Miller and Scott Lieb, father of a Quigley student, accompanied the group with guitars Dec. 11, joyfully singing traditional Christmas carols ranging from “Joy to the World,” “O Come All Ye Faithful” and “Silent Night” to “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.”
Christmas cards, signed by students, and candy canes were handed to people or hung on their door if they were not home so they would know that Quigley families wished them a blessed holiday season.
The singers enjoyed hot chocolate, hot cider and cookies afterward in the school café.