CALEDONIA, Minnesota (WXOW) -- Students at Caledonia High School were treated to an in-person flash mob Wednesday.
Choir director Ross Martin said he got the idea Monday night and, after some brief planning with students Tuesday, the school's concert choir spontaneously broke out in rousing renditions of "O Come, Emanuel" and "Carol of the Bells" during the Wednesday lunch hour.
"It's the holiday season," Martin said. "So hopefully this catches everybody off guard, gets them into the holiday spirit."
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