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Walk to Bethlehem draws hundreds to Penticton church

Rae-Marie Leggott (above) tends her flock of geese with her trusty companion by her side at one of the live exhibits at the Walk to Bethlehem showcase at St. Andrew’s Church.  - Mark Brett/Western News
Rae-Marie Leggott (above) tends her flock of geese with her trusty companion by her side at one of the live exhibits at the Walk to Bethlehem showcase at St. Andrew’s Church.
— image credit: Mark Brett/Western News
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