Black River Falls dedicates plaque to Mormon forefathers, Mormon Tabernacle Choir sings

One of the biggest names in choral music takes its tour to Black River Falls for the first time.

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, along with hundreds from the Mormon community visited on Wednesday. They were there to dedicate a plaque to their forefathers who worked as loggers back in the 1840's.

While it was a treat for people in Black River Falls to watch the choir perform, it was an extra special day for the singers and organizers who traveled far to see the site where some of their ancestors once lived and worked.

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