Nativity display this Sunday

Among the nativities displayed last year are, clockwise from upper left:
Harvey Greenhalgh built this nativity about 15 years ago from wooden
lathe that was removed from his house in Cherokee during a renovation
project. Inside are stalls for the animals as well as feeding troughs and
a wooden ladder that goes up to the hayloft. Michelle Sath brought this
highly detailed nativity. Perla Flory of Sioux City contributes this nativity
made in Chilapa, Guerrero, Mexico of cornhusks and silks. The colors
come from flowers and plants native to the area. JoLayne Olson and
her late mother made this nativity in a ceramics class in the 1980s. 
Crystal nativity, rubber duck nativity and many more

“O Holy Night” organizer JoLayne Olson of Storm Lake’s Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints hopes for a big crowd at Sunday’s nativity/music event.

Look for a wide variety of nativity scenes originating everywhere from Armenia to Laurens. Monica Smith’s crystal nativity, a plastic canvas nativity and a rubber duck nativity are among the 100-plus on display.

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