Members of the Columbus Grove Choir are shown performing during their cabaret last Saturday, Feb. 22  (Putnam Sentinel/Nancy Kline)
Members of the Columbus Grove Choir are shown performing during their cabaret last Saturday, Feb. 22 (Putnam Sentinel/Nancy Kline)

COLUMBUS GROVE — The Columbus Grove High School Choir hosted a Amore Per Te, which translates to Love For You, last Saturday, Feb. 22, in the High School Commons.

High School students provided live entertainment with singing, instrumental music and dancing.

During the program guests were treated to salad, lasagna and elegant brownie desserts. The Authentic Italian cuisine was prepared Friday by parents of the students who were in the program.

The nearly three-hour program included music by the Columbus Grove High School Choir, show choir, men chorus and ladies ensemble.

Solos were performed by Morgan Messer, Austin Spangler, Jihane Bishop, Reid Stechschulte, Gabby Nussbaum, Logan Kissell and Haley Ritz

Piano numbers were played by Maddie Flores, Gracyn Stechschulte, and Alyssa Ridinger.

Performing dance numbers were Kayle Reynolds and Leah Myerholtz,

Playing the mallet were Cheyenne Schroeder, Marcus Delarosa, Krista Welty and Simon Daley.

A clarinet solo was played by Jihane Bishop.

An ensemble including Kasey Kruse, Michelle Kahle, Elizabeth Selhorst, Alyssa Langhals, Faith Oglesbee and Cheyenne Schroeder also performed a song.

Members of the flute ensemble that played Reflections included Leah Myerholtz, Noah Ebling, Marrissa Owen and Madisyn Hefner.

During the intermission a couples dance was held to tie in with the Italian love theme.

Directors of the program were Carla Wyant and Kristen Verhoff.