‘Angle’ makes impact

Patterson
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‘Angle’ makes impact

Patterson

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Patterson

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While senior Noah Patterson has been a positive impact on the Shores choir, he is known by many to march to the beat of his own drum.

Choir director Shawn Lawton liked the fact that Patterson was not afraid to be himself so much that he put Patterson at the top of The Singing Christmas Tree, which was held Nov. 30-Dec. 2 at the Frauenthal, as the “Angel.”

“Noah is always a positive kid. He is always willing to lend a hand even when it is grunt work,” Lawton said

Not only does Lawton admire the fact that Patterson is not afraid to be himself, but he loves the fact that Patterson accepts things with an enthusiastic attitude.

“He is someone that is always grateful for what he gets, and doesn’t show he’s upset when he doesn’t get something.” Lawton said.

Patterson thought of it as a big honor to be perched at the top of the tree.

“It makes me happy that I was chosen to be the angel,” Patterson said. “It makes me proud of the person I am.”

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