MT. VERNON — — The United Methodist Children's Home Friday evening kicked off the Christmas season with its annual Live Nativity and Festival of Trees. As part of the event, two still-life scenes of the nativity were performed by live volunteers. Also, about 30 donated Christmas trees were displayed inside the UMCH chapel complex and conference room. Those in attendance were encouraged to vote on the “Best Decorated Tree” at the festival.
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