Caroling at the falls


Mike Ullery | Daily Call The Bethel High School Choir sings Christmas Carols on the boardwalk at Charleston Falls on Saturday during the Miami County Park District’s annual Light up the Falls event. More than 400 visitors attended this year’s event.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call Visitors gather at a Christmas tree display at the entrance to Charleston Falls on Saturday during the annual Light Up the Falls event. More than 400 visitors attended this year’s event.


Mike Ullery | Daily Call

The Bethel High School Choir sings Christmas Carols on the boardwalk at Charleston Falls on Saturday during the Miami County Park District’s annual Light up the Falls event. More than 400 visitors attended this year’s event.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call

Visitors gather at a Christmas tree display at the entrance to Charleston Falls on Saturday during the annual Light Up the Falls event. More than 400 visitors attended this year’s event.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call The Bethel High School Choir sings Christmas Carols on the boardwalk at Charleston Falls on Saturday during the Miami County Park District’s annual Light up the Falls event. More than 400 visitors attended this year’s event.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/12/web1_120217mju_mcpd_charlestonfalls12017122224643314.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call The Bethel High School Choir sings Christmas Carols on the boardwalk at Charleston Falls on Saturday during the Miami County Park District’s annual Light up the Falls event. More than 400 visitors attended this year’s event.

Mike Ullery | Daily Call Visitors gather at a Christmas tree display at the entrance to Charleston Falls on Saturday during the annual Light Up the Falls event. More than 400 visitors attended this year’s event.
http://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2017/12/web1_120217mju_mcpd_charlestonfalls2201712222470971.jpgMike Ullery | Daily Call Visitors gather at a Christmas tree display at the entrance to Charleston Falls on Saturday during the annual Light Up the Falls event. More than 400 visitors attended this year’s event.