Summarized by Kent Larsen
Korean Choir to Take Part in Mormon Christmas Tradition
Los Angeles Times 27Nov99 A1
By Margaret Ramirez
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA -- More than 350,000 lights were illuminated at
the Los Angeles Temple on Saturday, November 27th. A holiday program
entitled "Christmas on Temple Hill," featuring the Southern California
Mormon Choir and a Korean Choir, singing a rendition of "Silent Night"
in Korean, provided entertainment.
The lights were strung by nearly 2,000 volunteers, nearly half of them
teenagers, according to Jack Renouf of the lighting committee. "They
came from Bakersfield, Lompoc, Santa Barbara, Santa Maria, Victorville
and everywhere in between," he said.