Appalachian Children's Choir performs at Pearl Harbor Remembrance ceremony in Hawaii
The angelic voices of the Appalachian Children's Choir are representing West Virginia at the 77th Pearl Harbor Day of Remembrance in Hawaii.
The students traveled thousands of miles to be a part of the somber ceremony.
They received an invitation from the Pearl Harbor Commission to sing.
For the students, it's much more than just a trip to paradise.
This experience is giving them a chance to understand the true price of freedom.
Friday, the choir members will perform in a commemoration parade.
After the children sang, they had the chance to tour the USS Missouri -- or the “Mighty Missouri.” That’s the ship they were next to while performing.