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'The Voice' contestant Chris Jamison to perform at The Waterworks Dec. 3

Tony LaRussa
| Friday, Dec. 1, 2017, 1:30 p.m.
Ross Township native Chris Jamison, who placed third in NBC's 2014 season of 'The Voice,' will be a guest performer at the North Hills School District's annual book fair on Dec. 3 at The Waterworks Mall near Aspinwall.
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Ross Township native Chris Jamison, who placed third in NBC's 2014 season of 'The Voice,' will be a guest performer at the North Hills School District's annual book fair on Dec. 3 at The Waterworks Mall near Aspinwall.

Chris Jamison — Ross resident and third-place winner in the 2014 season of NBC's “The Voice” — will make a special appearance from 1 to 4 p.m. Dec. 3 at Barnes & Noble in The Waterworks.

He will be joined by performances from the North Hills School District's choral, guitar and orchestral ensembles during the district's fourth annual book fair.

There will be a poetry reading and a meet-and-greet with local authors Jonathan Auxier, Josh Bellin, Sharon Flake, Dorit Sasson, S. Alex Martin, Stephanie Keyes, Dana Faletti, Siobhan Vivian, Carrie Ann DiRisio, Leah Pileggi and Ellen Roth.

A percentage of each sale made with a special voucher during the event will be donated to the Children's Hospital Foundation. People attending also can buy books from an in-store display that will be donated to libraries in the North Hills to enhance the district's literary collections.

Tony LaRussa is a Tribune-Review staff writer. Reach him at 724-772-6368 or tlarussa@tribweb.com or via Twitter @TonyLaRussaTrib.

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