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The Reedsburg Area High School Show Choir, “The Choraliers,” showed off their talent this past weekend in a tough competition.

The group competed at the Sauk Executive Session Invitational Competition at Sauk High School. A competitive show choir for the past 33 years, 2014 sees the return of the Classic Choraliers, according to CAL Center organizers. The choir practices at the center, which is part of the Reedsburg High School complex.

“In recent times, the group has been known to give performances that are unique and different, and this year is no exception,” says the center’s website.

The show choir has been performing “Our Black Tie Affair,” “Puttin’ on the Ritz,” “Step out with our Babies,” “Suits and Ties,” “Oh, the Way We Look Tonight” and “Striking a Pose in One.”

In December 2013, Alliant Energy and the Alliant Energy Foundation donated $1,950 to support the Choraliers in appreciation of the show.

Final results Saturday in Sauk City were:

Grand Champ Grand Central Station – LaCrosse Central

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1st Runner Up: Cardinal Singers – Mayville

2nd Runner Up: Center Stage – Green Bay Prebble

3rd runner Up: Choralation – Milton

4th runner up: Encore – Madison East

5th runner up: Guys and Dolls – Brodhead

The Reedsburg Choraliers will perform at 2 p.m. Feb. 1 at the upcoming New London High School competition, 1700 Klatt Road, New London. They will then go to the Logan High School Choralier competition, performing at 1:30 p.m. Feb. 8 at the school, 1500 Ranger Drive, La Crosse. After that comes the Monona Grove High School competition, at 12:50 p.m. Feb. 15 at 4400 Monona Drive, Monona.

The choir performs its home show at 7 p.m. March 7 and 8, and at 2 p.m. March 9 at the CAL Center, 1100 S. Albert Ave., Reedsburg. Visit www.calcenter.org for more information.

Julie Belschner can be reached at jbelschner@capitalnewspapers.com or at 608-495-0276.

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