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Strolling along the Walk to Bethlehem

Michaela Belanger adjusts some of the food items that were the staples of the diet of those living in ancient Egypt. The table was one of the displays at the Walk to Bethlehem at St. Andrew
Michaela Belanger adjusts some of the food items that were the staples of the diet of those living in ancient Egypt. The table was one of the displays at the Walk to Bethlehem at St. Andrew's Church last weekend.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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