Tula’ele brings Christmas fun as countdown continues

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ALL IN THE NAME OF CHRISTMAS: Some of the choirs who have featured on the programme.

ALL IN THE NAME OF CHRISTMAS: Some of the choirs who have featured on the programme.

Second time better.

That’s the case for the Congregational Christian Church of Samoa from Tulaele who performed at the 13 Days of Christmas TV programme on Sunday evening. 

The choir featured in the programme a few years back.

On Sunday, they returned with different Christmas hymns and other items.

ALL IN THE NAME OF CHRISTMAS: Some of the choirs who have featured on the programme.
ALL IN THE NAME OF CHRISTMAS: Some of the choirs who have featured on the programme.
ALL IN THE NAME OF CHRISTMAS: Some of the choirs who have featured on the programme.
ALL IN THE NAME OF CHRISTMAS: Some of the choirs who have featured on the programme.
ALL IN THE NAME OF CHRISTMAS: Some of the choirs who have featured on the programme.
ALL IN THE NAME OF CHRISTMAS: Some of the choirs who have featured on the programme.
ALL IN THE NAME OF CHRISTMAS: Some of the choirs who have featured on the programme.
ALL IN THE NAME OF CHRISTMAS: Some of the choirs who have featured on the programme.
COUNTDOWN CONTINUES: Officials and performers on 13 Days of Christmas.
COUNTDOWN CONTINUES: Officials and performers on 13 Days of Christmas.
COUNTDOWN CONTINUES: Officials and performers on 13 Days of Christmas.
COUNTDOWN CONTINUES: Officials and performers on 13 Days of Christmas.
COUNTDOWN CONTINUES: Officials and performers on 13 Days of Christmas.
COUNTDOWN CONTINUES: Officials and performers on 13 Days of Christmas.

Rev. Elder Fa’au’uga Mata’utia and his wife Maima led the strong choir.

The E.F.K.T. from Atafu performed last night and the E.F.K.S. from Lauli’i will perform tonight.

Here is a look at some of the photos from Bluesky Samoa , Leulumoega Fou College and the C.C.C.S. at Tulaele at the 13 Days of Christmas programme.

The countdown continues on TV1 every night until Christmas next Monday.

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