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(Brienne Green – Daily Press)

Rocky and Adia Hocker, and baby Emily, portray the Holy Family during First United Methodist Church’s annual live nativity Sunday in the churchyard. The story of Jesus’ birth was told through narration and church members’ participation as shepherds, angels and wise men. The nativity was also replete with live animals, including goats, sheep, a llama, and a camel.