With another Western New York winter nearly upon us, we're reminded that there's no business like snow business. But amidst all the agony of shoveling, plowing and sliding off icy roads, it's nice to take a chance to acknowledge the majesty and excitement of winter. On Dec. 1, fifth-grade students at Southwestern Elementary School celebrated the beauty of the season with a wonderful winter choral performance of ''Snow Biz!'' under the direction of Mrs. Darlene Hetrick. ''Snow Biz!'' not only showcased the students instrumental and vocal talents, but also their theatrical abilities. Musical numbers such as "Snow Angel," "There's No School Tomorrow" and "Don't Let the Snow Stop" were punctuated with costumed students performing choreographed routines and telling seasonal jokes, delighting the captivated audience. Students dressed as ''shredders'' (snowboard enthusiasts), snow angels, ice fisherman, and various other winter roles for the show.