The year 2021 marked the 147th Carthage Christmas Festival. “Come to Us, Abide with Us” was the theme this year, taken from the beloved Christmas Carol, “O Little Town of Bethlehem.” Taking the events of the last year into consideration, the carol’s lyrics are hope-filled and offer a humbled take on the state of our world.

Three sold-out dinners and performances for over 3,500 patrons took place in the A. F. Siebert Chapel between Dec. 3 – 5, with multiple featured guests including local students.

The following students are recognized for their participation in “A Carthage Christmas – Come to Us, Abide with Us”:

Racine
Rayven Craft
Avery Morris
Abigail Roushia

Mount Pleasant
Brian Dean

Sturtevant
Eleanor Riley

Burlington
Megan Baumeister

Waterford
Abigail Ciesielczyk

Congratulations to all participants.

“Come to Us, Abide with Us” – Photo Credit: Carthage College

ABOUT CARTHAGE

Carthage College is delivering trend-bucking growth by raising expectations for a private college experience. It blends the best liberal arts traditions with desirable degree programs, transformative learning opportunities, personal attention from distinguished faculty, and a focus on career development, which makes its graduates competitive in the workforce. Founded in 1847, Carthage is located on an idyllic shore of Lake Michigan in Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the thriving corridor between Milwaukee and Chicago.


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