DAILY LEADER / KIM HENDERSON / Dianne Ashmore models one of the costumes that will be used in the Drive-Thru Nativity at New Sight Baptist Church. Seamstresses have also sewn costumes for the soldiers, angels, and wise men that appear in 12 different displays. "It's a blessing to be a part of this effort," Ashmore, a third-time participant, states.

Drive-thru nativity is church’s holiday ministry to the community

Published 10:17pm Saturday, November 30, 2013

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