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posted: 6/13/2014 1:13 PM

Elk Grove High School Choir performs with Foreigner in Chicago

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  • Marissa McLean, a student teacher from Elmhurst College, and Elk Grove High School students Imani Sanchez, Katie Skoufes and Elle LaQuatra perform onstage with Foreigner June 6 at Northerly Island in Chicago.

      Marissa McLean, a student teacher from Elmhurst College, and Elk Grove High School students Imani Sanchez, Katie Skoufes and Elle LaQuatra perform onstage with Foreigner June 6 at Northerly Island in Chicago.
    Courtesy of Anne Skoufes

  • Members of the Elk Grove High School Choir performed with Foreigner June 6 at Northerly Island after winning a radio contest.

      Members of the Elk Grove High School Choir performed with Foreigner June 6 at Northerly Island after winning a radio contest.
    Courtesy of Anne Skoufes

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Daily Herald report

Members of the Elk Grove High School Choir joined classic rock group Foreigner onstage June 6 at Northerly Island in Chicago after winning a radio contest.

The choir was the winner of a 104.3 KHITS radio contest in which the public got to vote online for their favorite high school choir performing the Foreigner song, "I Want To Know What Love Is."

The Elk Grove choir beat out groups from Stevenson, Niles North, Lockport and Merrillville high schools in the "Perform With Foreigner Contest."

The school received $1,000 for its choral program.

The concert, featuring Foreigner and Styx, was held at the First Merit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island.

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