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Out and About - Living Nativity

Anew king is born! Members of First Lutheran Church in Alexandria reminded residents of the true meaning of the Christmas season during its annual Living Nativity, held Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. Shepherds, wise men, angels, Mary, Joseph, and of c...

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A wiseman presents a gift to Baby Jesus while an angel looks on. (Tara Bitzan/Echo Press)

Anew king is born! Members of First Lutheran Church in Alexandria reminded residents of the true meaning of the Christmas season during its annual Living Nativity, held Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. Shepherds, wise men, angels, Mary, Joseph, and of course, Baby Jesus, were all depicted in five live scenes that led visitors to the birth of Jesus on that first Christmas Day.

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