York County Judicial Center hosts holiday caroling program

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YORK, PA. -- A musical tradition continued in York County on Monday, where the Judicial Center welcomed carolers and performers.

The holiday program has been around for decades, and this year featured songs by county employees, as well as performances by local dancers.

It's our way of giving back," Chris Quigley, deputy prothonotary said. "It's our holiday show, we've been doing for 31 years. It started in a little courtroom with a bunch of District Attorneys, assistants, and stuff being forced to sing Christmas carols. And now it's evolved into a full-fledged concert."

Also among Monday's guests were Alvin and the Chipmunks, and Santa Claus.

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