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Carol Night a Huge Success

Carol Night a Huge Success

Snow fell from the rafters as the Hill Singers led the crowd in the singing of Christmas carols.

 

NBC10 Anchor and Reporter Rosemary Connors recently hosted Chestnut Hill College's Annual Carol Night, a tradition that never fails to remind us of one simple yet important truth: No place celebrates Christmas like the College.

Connors, an Emmy award-winning anchor and reporter, emceed the beloved and longstanding event on Friday, Nov. 30 in the Rotunda of St. Joseph Hall. The night featured musical performances, sing-alongs and a visit from Santa Claus. The event was a wonderful success and well-attended by alumni, faculty, staff, students and community members.

Connors’ grandmother Rosemary McCarron Flannery ’43 is an alumna of the College. After graduation, Flannery worked at the Philadelphia Inquirer as one of the country’s first female sports writers, and she later practiced law for 25 years. She once served as president of the College’s Alumni Association.

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