A  living nativity scene on KY 22 in Bethlehem, Ky., Thursday, December, 22, 2011. SInce 1959, the community of Bethlehem has performed a 4-day living nativity scene complete with live animals. It's a collaborative effort sponsored by three local churches; Bethlehem Baptist, Bethlehem Methodist, and Point Pleasant Christian. Charles Bertram | Staff
A living nativity scene on KY 22 in Bethlehem, Ky., Thursday, December, 22, 2011. SInce 1959, the community of Bethlehem has performed a 4-day living nativity scene complete with live animals. It's a collaborative effort sponsored by three local churches; Bethlehem Baptist, Bethlehem Methodist, and Point Pleasant Christian. Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
A living nativity scene on KY 22 in Bethlehem, Ky., Thursday, December, 22, 2011. SInce 1959, the community of Bethlehem has performed a 4-day living nativity scene complete with live animals. It's a collaborative effort sponsored by three local churches; Bethlehem Baptist, Bethlehem Methodist, and Point Pleasant Christian. Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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