Nativity scene goes up

LOOK UP. Look way, way up. The Knights of Columbus put up their yearly Nativity scene on the roof of the entryway to city hall yesterday.

KNIGHTS OF Columbus volunteers set up the Nativity scene on top of the entryway to city hall yesterday

LOOK UP. Look way, way up.

The Knights of Columbus put up their yearly Nativity scene on the roof of the entryway to city hall yesterday, another reminder that Christmas is getting closer.

Putting up, and lighting up, the scene has taken place annually for many years.

Bundled up against the nippy temperatures, volunteers put together the stable and organized the figures of Mary, Joseph, the baby Jesus, the three wise men and assorted animals.

The Nativity scene will be on display throughout the Christmas season.

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