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Midland College preparing to light the Carillon Tower on Thursday Night (11-29)

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NewsWest 9

Midland College is getting into the holiday spirit, with a big event Thursday night, the lighting of the Carillon Tower.

The whole thing kicks off at five-15 at the Scharbauer Student Center with a frito pie chili supper.

After that, you can enjoy some hot cocoa at the Dollye Neal Chapel in a candle lit setting with the piano music of Flo White.

At six-45, the annual lighting of the Carillon Tower, led by President Doctor David Daniel.

At seven, the opening reception of the fall student art show in the Allison Fine Arts building.     

And you can wrap it all up with the Midland College Jazz Band and Chap Singers in concert in the Wagner and Brown Coliseum.

That starts at seven-20.

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