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Nativity Extravaganza To Help Children

The Johnson Pioneer of Johnson, Kansas

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The kings will be there, as well as Mary, Joseph, a baby, assorted animals, and angels.Come see a Nativity Extravaganza. The Western Kansas Child Advocacy Center will receive the proceeds from a Nativity Display. Hundreds of Nativity Sets from all over Stanton County have been borrowed and will be displayed at 105 S. Knox on Saturday and Sunday, January 12 and 13, 2013. The doors will be open from 1:00 pm until 6 pm both days. Donations for WK-CAC will be expected and accepted.

WKCAC has a mobile unit that comes to Stanton County to help children who are victims of or have witnessed a violent crime. If you have a set or sets that you would be willing to share with us to display, please call Diane Floyd at 492-1478 or 2379. We will do our very best to keep it safe and secure.

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Original Publication Date: January 3, 2013

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