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JCHS seniors design the backdrop to enhance Capitol Caroling

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Jefferson City High School art student Julia Elliott, a junior, has been working on the backdrop for this year’s Capitol Caroling. She and fellow art students are painting holly leaves and berries with a large cello as the centerpiece. The 73rd Capitol Caroling will be held tonight at 7 in the Capitol Rotunda.

Julie Smith/News Tribune Jefferson City High School art student Julia Elliott, a junior, has been working on the backdrop for this year’s Capitol Caroling. She and fellow art students are painting holly leaves and berries with a large cello as the centerpiece. The 73rd Capitol Caroling will be held tonight at 7 in the Capitol Rotunda. Photo by Julie Smith.

Elaina Robertson’s work will be preserved in hundreds of scrapbooks.

Last year, she designed a wintry scene inside a snow globe. And this year, with friend Logan Rivers, the two high school seniors used a cello as the focal point of a holly-covered pattern.

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These designs provide the backdrop and program covers for the Jefferson City High School’s Capitol Caroling, just as art students have done for the last 70 years.

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