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Nativity displays draw crowds

Scott and Susy Austin of Summerland look over some of the hundreds of Creche displays at the Penticton Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on the final day of the exhibit, Sunday. This was the 17th anniversary of the Faces of the Nativity, featuring pieces of work from around the world and ran over a period of four days.  - Mark Brett/Western News
Scott and Susy Austin of Summerland look over some of the hundreds of Creche displays at the Penticton Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints on the final day of the exhibit, Sunday. This was the 17th anniversary of the Faces of the Nativity, featuring pieces of work from around the world and ran over a period of four days.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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