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Students tell a different type of holiday story

Bella Johnstone, Jennifer Menary and Trevor Hall (left to right) are the among the students appearing in "Meet Me at the Manger" in Nevada City.
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Fifty-eight Sierra Christian School students will perform “Meet Me at the Manger” twice today – at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. – in Nevada City.

Kindergartners to eighth- graders will tell a story about how a group of unruly students, after being kicked out of a store for disturbing customers, visit the Lighthouse Mission to sing for residents. That visit brings about the true meaning of Christmas. The free public performances are at Sierra Presbyterian Church, 175 Ridge Road, in Nevada City.

Call 265-3291 for more information.



– The Union staff


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